Multi named 6600m high mountain, Sumeru in Sanskrit or Kailash in Hindi or Kang Rimpoche in Tibetan, in western Tibet is considered as "Navel of the universe". The holy mountain is located near the headwaters of the Indus , Sutlej , Karnali and Brahmaputra rivers, which radiate away from the region in the four cardinal directions. It's vivid mythological history goes back to the time when it was considered the embodiment of Mt Meru , the invisible center of the earth. Kailash is the most sacred mountain on the earth to the world's Hindus as well as Jains, Tibetan Buddhists and Bon Pos. Hindus consider Kailash to be the abode of Shiva, the god of destruction and rebirth. Tibetan Buddhists believe the peak is the home of Demchog, a major guardian deity, and his consort Dorje Phangmo
Covering various socio-economic and cultural diversity this trip is pleasant and unique for both religious and nature lover. Pilgrimage tour to Mansarover Lake , which supposed to be creation in the mind of Brahma, sightseeing to Pashupatinath in Kathmandu and three days long tremendous parikrama around Mt Kailash would be the highlights of this trip.