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Lake Mansarovar and Mount Kailash reopen for worship

28.04.2018 82 просмотров

Shrines revered by both Buddhists and Hindus are once again available to pilgrims for the first time since 2016.

At the meeting of the Foreign Ministers of India and China, it was announced that this year the area will be open to the public. Now pilgrims from all over Asia will again be able to make the so-called Kailash Mansarovar Yatra on the usual route, overcoming the Nata La pass in Sikkim.
The place where the emerald Buddha 
changes his clothes

Every year for hundreds of years, thousands of adherents of the two world religions. During the Saga Vada holiday, dedicated to Buddha Shakyamuni, followers of this faith gather here, because they consider Mount Kailash to be the place where the Buddha lives in the reincarnation of Samvara. 

Hindus believe that the abode of Shiva is located at the top, and the peak is the image of Meru, the cosmic mountain at the center of the universe. 

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After the aggravation of relations between India and China, visits to the area through the Nata La pass were suspended three years ago. Pilgrims had to look for workarounds.

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