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Adi Kailash Tourism - Travel GuideAdi Kailash is popularly known as Chotta Kailash it in many ways is the replica of the famous Mt. Kailash in Tibet. Adi Kailash (6191 mts) located in Indian Territory close to the Indo- Tibetan border, it is an area of great natural beauty, peace and serenity. With the roar of urban life receding to the background one finds the healing quietude of this region conducive enough to turn inward and be ones own listener.
At the very foot of Chotta Kailash is Gauri kund reflecting its entire expanse. Yet another water body close by is called Parvati Sarovar. Also known as "Mansarovar" it is much smaller than the original one. A temple dedicated to Shiva and Parvati is there at the shoreline. Following the Chinese occupation of Tibet Chotta Kailash served as the most revered substitute of Mount kailash.
During Adi-Kailash Yatra, you will come across the mighty splendor of the snow peaks of Annapurna, the gushing Kali river, thick Forest, Narayan Ashram full of wild flowers and rare variation of fruits and number of water falls. Mount Adi Kailash and Parvati Sarovar are ancient holy places in the Kumaon Himalayas.
On the way to Adi Kailash you will see the OM Parvat
From Gunji the kailash Mansarover route branches off to Kalapani from where the Kali river originates. Onwards from here is Navidhang (3987m) Lipupass is only 9kms from here. From Navidhang "Om Parvat" ,the miracle of nature is clearly perceptible. Snow lies on this mountain in the shape of a perpetual "OM", 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 Shiva incarnate.
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