Mount Kailash Have A lot’s Of Myths ! Have You Think It’s True ?
Mount Everest is 29,000 feet high, and Mount Kailash is 22,000 feet. After the summit of Edmund Hillary and Tenzin Sherpa in 1953, about 4,000 people have won Everest to date.
But to date, not a single person could touch the summit of Mt Kailash.
What is so special about MtKailash is that even after being smaller than Everest in height, no one could conquer it.
Mystery of Mount Kailash Is Myth Or Not ?
As many things as you can about Mt Kailash, many say that this mountain was not here, and it has been made. People also say that this mountain is hollow; there is a way to go to another world inside it.
In 1999, a Russian scientist stayed under Mt Kailash for a month and researched its size. Scientists said that the triangular-shaped peak of this mountain is not natural but a pyramid that is covered with snow. Mount Kailash is also known as the “Shiva Pyramid”.
Whoever set out to climb this mountain was either killed or returned without climbing.
The whole world has considered Mount Kailash the spiritual centre of the world.
In Hinduism, Mount Kailash is considered the stronghold of Shiva. It is said that Shiva and Parvati reside on the mountain.
But the name of this mysterious mountain does not appear only in Hindu religion books.
Followers of Jainism believe that the first Tirthankara Rishabhanatha got the knowledge of philosophy on Mount Kailash.
Followers of Buddhism also believe that Mahatma Buddha resides on the top of the mountain.
Dao followers of Tibet consider this mountain to be the spiritual centre of the world. Daoism predates Buddhism in Tibet.
It cannot be a coincidence that the same mountain has been placed at the centre of four religions. About one and a half billion people who believe in these four religions know the glory of Mount Kailash.
Mt Kailash Has Rubbed Off On The Chinese Government
In 1980, the Chinese government requested Italian mountaineer Reinhold Messner to climb Mount Kailash. Reinhold refused to even step on Kailash.
In 2007, Russian mountaineer Sergei Systikov tried to climb Mount Kailash. Serge, narrating his own experience, said: ‘After climbing some distance, the whole team and I started having a severe headache. Then our feet answered. My jaw muscles began to stretch, and my tongue froze. The sound stopped coming out of the mouth. While climbing, I realized that I was not fit to climb this mountain. I immediately turned around and started descending; then, I got relief. ,
Colonel Wilson also tried to climb Kailash. Explains: “As soon as I could see a short way to the summit, it started to snow. And every time I had to return to the base camp.”
The Chinese government then asked some climbers to climb Kailash. But this time, the whole world opposed these actions of China so much that defeating the Chinese government had to stop it from climbing this mountain.
It is said that whoever tries to climb this mountain cannot climb further; he gets a change of heart.
There is something different in the air here. Your hair and nails grow as much in 2 days as they should in 2 weeks. The body begins to wither, and old age appears on the face.
Climbing Kailash is not a sport.
Even though it is 29,000 feet high, it is technically easy to climb Everest. But there is no way to climb Mount Kailash, and there is no way to reach Mount Kailash, made up of steep rocks and icebergs all around. Even the biggest climbers should give up on their knees in climbing such difficult rocks.
Every year lakhs of people come to circumambulate around Mount Kailash. On the way, you can also visit Mansarovar Lake.
But one thing remains a mystery to date if this mountain is so well known, then why no one has been able to climb it to date.