Mount Kailash view point to be accessible from India by September
The Border Roads Organisation (BRO) has started work on a road that will allow people to visit Mount Kailash from India. The road is expected to be completed by September, and will provide a direct view of the mountain, which is considered to be the abode of Lord Shiva.
The road will be built from KMVN Huts in Nabhidhang in Pithoragarh district to Lipulekh pass on the India-China border. It is about six and a half kilometers long.
Direct view of Mount Kailash from India possible by September
The Kailash-Mansarovar yatra, which is a pilgrimage to Mount Kailash and Lake Mansarovar, has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Indian government is working on an alternative route for pilgrims to access Mount Kailash, and the new road is part of that effort.
Mount Kailash is a mysterious mountain that is considered to be sacred by many cultures. It is said to be the stairway to heaven, and it is believed that no one has ever been able to climb it. Some people believe that the mountain is actually a giant man-made pyramid.
The new road will allow people to get a closer look at Mount Kailash, and it will also provide a new way for pilgrims to reach the mountain. It is expected to be a popular tourist destination once it is completed.
Here are some lesser-known facts about Mount Kailash:
- Although many people have tried to climb it, no one has ever succeeded.
- Some people believe that the mountain keeps changing its position, making it impossible to climb.
- Hikers who have been near the mountain have reported that their hair and nails grow rapidly.
- Some people believe that Mount Kailash is a giant man-made pyramid.
The new road to Mount Kailash is a significant development, and it will allow people from all over the world to experience this mysterious and sacred mountain.
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