Kailash Parvat is a mystery

Kailash Parvat
Kailash Parvat

Why can’t anyone climb Kailash Parvat?

Kailash Parvat is home of Lord Shiva from eternity. If you don’t know Ravana sang Shiva Tandom Strotam to Lord Shiva on Kailash Parvat.. It is at this moment Lord Shiva blessed Ravana to be indestructible. And that lead to so many stories that you can read on our website.

Many people are under the impression that Kailash Parvat i.e Mount Kailash is in India but it is in Tibet, west of China. It is close to Lake Manasarovar and Lake Rakshastal. Also goes through parts of Tibet and India. It is at an altitude of 21778 feet, approximately 6678 mtrs above the sea level.

An old book says that no human should be allowed to go to Mount Kailash because it is where the gods’ secret cloud-based residence is located. It is believed concerned authorities are also hiding the age kept secret. If this was not true, can you tell why no one has ever climbed Kailash Parvat. Yes no one!

History of Mount Kailash

The Hindus associate Mount Kailash as the paradise of Shiva and the Tibetan Buddhists associate it with Mount Sumeru, the cosmic centre of the universe. So in both religion Kailash Parvat is regarded as a significant holy site.

However the access to Mount Kailash was restricted after the ensuing Tibetan uprising was put down in 1962. Despite the fact that religious pilgrimages to Mount Kailas and Lake Mapam were authorized during the Chinese conquest of Tibet in 1951. 

Who has climbed Kailash Parvat?

Mount Kailash, the holy mountain known as the centre of the world and the ladder to heaven. Is is also the source of the Brahmaputra, Indus, Sutlej and Karnali rivers. Kailash parvat is the most revered peak which marks the intersection of heaven and earth.

The scriptures said that if one undertook a round walk around this holy mountain, their sin would be forgiven. Hindus, Jains, Tibetan Buddhists, and adherents of the Bon religion all fervently affirm Kailash Parvat’s divinity. However, there are a lot of unanswered questions about the mountain in the Kailash Ranges that is constantly blanketed in heavy silver clouds.

It is believed this mountain its 2 crore old and only one Buddhist saint climbed it and his name is Milarepa. But that too 900 years ago.

According to holy book, Mahabharata, The Pandava brothers and their wife Draupadi are claimed to have walked to the top of Mount Kailash. This was the time when they were all searching for route to liberation. They climbed to the top of Kailash Parvat to attain liberation as it is said to be a portal to Heaven. The other name for heaven is Swarga Loka in hindi. What happened in that story can be read in the other blog.

Rest all expedition to the mountain have been unsuccessful by human being.

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Mysteries of Kailash Parvat

Different religion same Divinity

So many religions honor Mount Kailash which is very rare unless philosophy or imparting of knowledge is concerned. We as human are united with philosophy and not religion. Each of us worship some or the other god or belief.  It is astonishing that so many religions honor Mount Kailash.

Hindi believe that its Lord Shiva’s abode. Tibetan worship it as blessing of Buddhism cosmology. Expert respect it their guru Rishabh took spiritual awakening here. Regardless of how other religions relate to Mount Kailash on a spiritual level, the exquisite snow mountain is recognized as divine by all.

Center of the world

Ancient texts like the Vedas and the Ramayana claim that Mount Kailash is a significant and holy mountain. Scientists have found that it is connected to other well-known locations that are located far away and functions as the world’s “centre point.”

For instance, Mount Kailash is roughly 6666 kilometres away from the English historic site Stonehenge. The South Pole is located at a distance of 13332 kilometres from the North Pole, which is likewise roughly 6666 kilometres away.

Time travelling actually exists

Some visitors to Mount Kailash claim that their hair and nails experience some quite unusual changes. Our hair and nails typically take two weeks to gradually grow.

On the other hand, it seems like they spend the entire day on the mountain growing their hair and nails. They appear to age more quickly as a result of the unique mountain air. This is incredibly intriguing and adds to the mystique of Mount Kailash!

Position keeps changing

Kailash Parvat is a very tricky mountain to climb. Only one person, a monk named Milarepa, was able to reach the top 900 years ago,in the 11th century. The mountain is mysterious because it seems to change its path and make it difficult for climbers to find the way.

Sometimes, trekkers suddenly start going in the wrong direction, or they experience bad weather that forces them to come back down. Unfortunately, many climbers who tried to reach the summit never came back. So, it remains a big challenge for people to conquer Mount Kailash.

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Swastik and Om

When the sun is setting, Mount Kailash produces a shadow that resembles the Hindu auspicious Swastika symbol. It’s fascinating to observe. Another mysterious thing is right next Om Parvat mountain which is another enigmatic feature.

The word “OM,” a sacred sound in Hinduism, is formed when snow falls on the peak. People find it interesting and wonderful as it appears as though nature is carving out particular signs on these mountains.

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Man made Pyramid

Another interesting finding  about Kailash Parvat is surprising for many. According to scientists, the highest point of the mountain is actually an ancient human-built pyramid. Also known as the russian theory. It resembles a unique shape with four sides, similar to the Egyptian pyramids.

But compared to Egyptian pyramids, Mount Kailash’s is considerably larger. More than 100 tiny pyramids encircle it as well. It would be the largest pyramid ever discovered if this were true. Isn’t that incredible?

Resembles of lakes with Sun and Moon

Mansarovar and Rakshas Tal are two highly unique lakes on Mount Kailash. These breathtaking lakes can be found at the base of the mountain. The world’s highest freshwater lake, Mansarovar, has significant spiritual significance. It resembles the shape of the sun and is highly revered.

Rakshas Tal, on the other hand, is thought to have materialized as a result of a character named Ravana making fervent prayers to Lord Shiva. This lake is shaped like a crescent moon and has saline water.

Hidden cities under Kailash Parvat

According another saying Mount Kailash conceals two ancient cities beneath Shambhala and Agartha are the two cities whose remains of civilizations can be found. People believe that these civilizations were incredibly advanced and held many mysteries.

There are other unclaimed stories like aliens seen around the Kailash, Yeti in caves of Kailash, Magnetic energy experiences around the mountains and many more. People visit Kailash every year to do the parikrama and are warned to never try the poisonous water of the lake. Some people often question why is no concern authority working to find the truth.

Having said that ,Kailash Parvat is mostly discusses for divine Lord Shiva.

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