• Lake Mansarovar is considered to be the remains of the great Lake, Tethys—the source of all creation.

  • Kailash Mansarovar- A sacred place for not just the Hindus, but for the Buddhists, Jains and Bons too.

  • Mount Kailash is also known as “Meru” and is regarded as the Navel of the Earth.

  • A dip in the sacred waters of Mansarovar are said to wipe off your sins from the last 7 births.

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Mt. Kailash stands prominently in a remote south-west corner of Tibet, an amazingly symmetrical 22,028 foot striated pyramid with a diagonal gash on one of its faces. It has been described as 'compelling, dome-shaped peak, rising above a desolately beautiful 13,000 ft. plateau of rainbow-colored rocks'; Mt. Kailash is called Kang Rinpoche, or the Precious Mountain in Tibetan. It is believed that poet-yogi, Milarepa (11th C,) was the only person to have set foot on its peak, and he accomplished the feat by flying there.

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