Kailash and Mansarovar: For well over a thousand years, pilgrims have journeyed Kailash Mansarovar to pay homage to the mountain’s mystery, circumambulating it is a ancient ritual of devotion that continues to this day. People have been visiting Kailash - Mansarovar for centuries. Almost all the major passes of Uttaranchal Himalayas lead to Kailash - Mansarovar. The important ones in the Kumaon region are Lipulekh, Lampiya Dhura, Nuwe Dhura, Lowe Dhura, Unta Dhura, Jayanti and Kungri Bingri. Under the administration of the Indian ministry of external affairs and with the cooperation of the Chinese government, Kumaon Mandal Vikas Nigam has been conducting trips to Kailash - Mansarovar through the Lipulekh pass.
Mt. Kailash is striking in the way it rises high above the surrounding range and always remains snow-capped, thus its name in Tibetan "Gang Rinpoche", which means "supreme mountain". Traditional Buddhist cosmologyhas often connected Kailash with Mt. Meru, the great mythological mountain
Few Mountain reveal Holy Mt. Kailash and lake Manasarovar for its mystique. It is considered to be the "center of the universe" by Hindus, Buddhist, Jain and Bonpo and its flanks give birth to four great Asian rivers the Indus, Brahmaputra, Ganges and Satlej. Its near legendary reputation draws pilgrims from throughout Asia to walk the sacred path around the earthly incarnation of the mythical Mount Meru and Lake Manasarovar.
It is possible to make a tour to Mt. Kailash and Lake Manasarovar combining with the highlighted places of central Tibet such as Lhasa, Gyantse, Shigatse, and Sakya). Generally, our tour covers Lhasa, Gyantse and Shigatse. Eventually it merges with the major route (Kathmandu-Kailash) in Saga (small Tibetan town)
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A pilgrimage to Mt. Kailash, the sacred mountain of Tibet is sacred to both Hindus and Buddhists. Mt Kaliash is the source of four great Asian rivers. simikot-Kailash trek, trekking in Tibet For Hindus it is the throne of Shiva, for Buddhists, a gigantic natural Mandala. Also the epicenter of Tantric forces for both religions.
Before opening Simikot-Hilsa route travelers used to travel to Mt. Kailash and Lake Manasarovar either via Lhasa or via Zhang-Mu. From 1993, travelers started to make tour to Mt. Kailash and Lake Manasarovar via Simikot-Hilsa route frequently. This route is the shortest and most practical for trekkers in terms of both elevation and distance. The tour to Mt. Kailash commences from Simikot