About Kailash Mansarovar Yatra

About Kailash Mansarovar Yatra

Kailash, a huge Himalayan mountain range located in the southwestern corner of Tibet. 6638meters (21778feet), it is a part of one of the highest Himalayan peak and is a source of some of the longest Asian rivers. Kailash is one of the most popular and unique mountain surrounded by a beautiful panorama made up of a great mass of black rock slated in an incredible shape of diamond.

Kailash Yatra is once-in-a-lifetime opportunity which transforms thousands of pilgrims to different level which not only gives them the strength to face all the challenges but also fights them back. Some of the devotees devastate their journey by finding disadvantage and scarcity in each and everything and some of them are so involved in the holy worship of lord Shiva that they have nothing to do with the world around them.

The true meaning of Kailash Yatra is nothing but the connection of immortal human souls with lord Shiva. This enriching journey to Kailash takes place from the impassable areas of Nepal and Tibet in which the pilgrims experience the crystal image of their whole life. Real devotees are those who undertake the sacred journey by sacrificing the illusion of love and attachment and continue their journey by worshiping and chanting the name of immortal Lord Shiva.

Tour to Mount Kailash has many different ways to reach and some of them are Kathmandu, Lucknow, Nathula and Uttrakhand. It is also that "Where there is a will there is a way". But thousands of pilgrims take part in the journey through Kathmandu and Lucknow and approximately 16000 travelers take part in the journey through travel agents. This route is amongst the easiest and convenient way through which the pilgrims can easily achieve their goals visit the holiest place in the world.

Apart from bad weather conditions and some reasons beyond our control, Nepal's weather, infrastructure is responsible due to which the devotees have to face many difficulties on their journey.

From Nepal devotees can take part in the journey and cover more than half route of Mount Kailash and Lake Mansarovar yatra by helicopter very easily and comfortably via Nepalgunj, Simikot, Hilsa and Taklakot.

There is also another way which is economical, easy, not depended on weather condition but the road condition in Nepal are not comfortable you can face the bumpy rides on the way from Kathmandu to Rasuwagadhi. After completing custom formalities and once you enter in Tibet the roads are excellent from keyrong saga, Prayang and then Kailash Manasarovar.

Travelers also travel to Kailash from Kathmandu via Lhasa which is a breathtaking journey by road from Lhasa to Holy Mount Kailash.