Mount Kailash and Mansarovar is regarded as the most sacred land as it is believed to be the dwelling of gods and goddess. Hindu believes it as the abode of Hindu god, lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Whereas Buddhist worship this place as the place where Sakyamuni (Lord Buddha) Meditated and resided once. The founders of Buddhism, Hinduism, and Jainism and Bonpo religion is believed to have been once resided in this region. Situated at the autonomous region of China, Tibet, this is one of the most popular pilgrimage destinations for pilgrims. It is believed that completing the pilgrimage to this region is to obtain release from the clutches of vices of life.
The bulky Black peak situated at an elevation of 6714 meters, Mount Kailash is taken as the symbol of good luck. Circumambulating the 53 km periphery of Kailash Parvat is regarded to be the best way to earn good merits and blessings from god and goddess. As one is believed to obtain “Nirvana”- an escape from the chain of birth-death and rebirth in this monstrous life, thousands of devotees from across the world make the pilgrimage to this region.
Manasarovar Lake: The admirable emerald water lake, Manasarovar (4580m) nearby sacred Mount Kailash is another significant pilgrimage destination for the devotees. There are eight different monasteries around the shore of this lake which boost up its beauty and holiness.