Om Parvat Yatra 2020
Om Parvat Yatra 2020
Om Parvat, ( ओम पर्वत, / ओम पर्बत), close to Adi Kailash mountain, is a mountain in the India Himalayan mountain range, lying in the Pithoragarh District, Uttarakhand, India.
It is considered sacred by Hindus and its snow deposition pattern resembles the sacred ‘OM’ (ॐ). Its appearance is distinctly similar to Mount Kailash in Tibet. Near Om Parvat, Parvat Lake and “Jonglingkong Lake”. Jonglingkong Lake is sacred, as Lake Manasarovar, to the Hindus. The Om Parvat is disputed between Nepal and India who have not agreed about the border line between the two countries. The Om Parvat is currently on the Indo-Nepalese border face “Om/ॐ” in India and the back of the mountain in Nepal.
The Om Parvat and Adi Kailash (also known as Baba Kailash, Chotta Kailash or Shiva Kailash) are not one and the same.
Om Parvat can be viewed en route to the Kailash Manasarovar Yatra from the last camp below Lipulekh Pass at Nabhidhang India-China border post protected by the Indo-Tibetan Border Police also has Public Works Department guest house on the Nepali side. Many trekkers to Adi Kailash often make a diversion to view Om Parvat. Om Parvat is located near Nabhi Dhang camp (Nepal) on Mount Kailash-Lake Manasarovar yatra route.
The Adi Kailash or Shiva Kailash is located in a different direction, near Sin La pass and near Brahma Parvat, the base camp of Adi Kailash is 17 km from the Kutti village at sacred Jolingkong Lake with a Hindu Shiva temple. According to the legends, there are only eight mountains in India, which has an impression of OM symbol. Out of these eight, only one has been discovered, which is known as Om Parvat or Adi Kailash. This magical mountain, Adi Kailash, is standing tall at an elevation of 6191 m in the Dharchula district. It is quite known for its strong religious and adventure connect, also, it is believed that the mountain has a miraculous nature.
The Adi Kailash Yatra Circuit begins by going up the Darma Valley and then going to Kuthi Yankti valley via the Sin La pass to join the Mount Kailash-
From Gunji the route branches off to Kalapani where the Kali river originates and then on to Nabidhang (3987 m) (Lipupass is only 9 kms ahead). At Nabidhang we can see “Aum Parvat” a miracle of nature, snow lies in the mountain in the shape of a perpetual “Aum” the primordial sound. All other slopes may be bare but this inscription in snow is everlasting and as one observes it, one gets the feeling that the mountain itself is Lord Shiv incarnate- the destroyer, showing himself in a rare glimpse. One can see white (snow) Aum on black background. No hypothesis, no assumption and no imagination are required to visualize “Aum”. The symbol and guide to mediation connecting man, God and the Universe chanted at the beginning and finale of all proceedings, extolled in the Upnishads as the best and most effective symbol of God. During Adi-Kailash, Om Parvat Yatra/Trekking expedition, you will come across the mighty splendor of the snow peaks of Api, Nampha, Tinker and Ganesha parvat massive naming western Nepal’s Himalayan peak, the gushing Kali river, forest, can see the enchanting beauty of Chaudas, Byans and Darma Valley, tradition villages like Gala, Zipti, Budhi, Garbiyang, Napalchu, Gunji, Navi, Rongkong, Kutti, enroute when we go Buddhi to Gunji a place Chiyalekh. From here we can see the mind blowing Bugyal which is full of alpine wild flowers, Himalayan herbs, great Himalayan peaks, peace and serenity. Enroute to Adi-Kailash from Chhiyalekh, Gunji, Nabi, Kutti we see a breath taking view of the Himalayan peaks. You can catch the different and ever changing moods of their snow Adi Kailash Yatra 2018Sachin Karki covered mountains, beautiful rivers, peaks, which seems to touch the sky green meadows and treacherous glaciers make this area a heaven for those seeking high adrenaline closes. All over the world, only the Uttarakhand section of the Himalayas have traditionally attracted humanity in search of spiritual awakening since the very beginning of human history on this earth. The local folk called “Shauka” “Rang” Garbyang, Napalchu, Gunji, Nabi, Rong-kong Kutti has much to say about their land. The village Kutti is named after Kunti, the mother of Pandavas. Kunti apparently stayed at this spot for some time. Likewise they claim that the great sage Vyash lived here for a long time and wrote many books. The bhotiyas have preserved their heritage assiduously and are always ready to show glimpses of it through dance and mus Lake Manasarovar Tibetan pilgrimage route down the Sharda RiverThe Adi Kailash Yatra Circuit begins by going up the Darma Valley and then going to Kuthi Yankti valley via the Sin La pass to join the Mount Kailash-Lake Manasarovar Tibetan pilgrimage route down the Sharda River