Be ready for an adventure ride through your screen. We are visiting and getting to know the historic, ancient and Vedic facts of holy mountain, The kailash
Below are 15 small paragraphs and I expect you to read it with patience or do not read at all.
1. Deaths of atheists and adharmis proved it. Mount Kailash is a Mountain That Cannot Be Climbed by Anyone and Should never be attempted to do so ! Russians did deep research on Mount Kailash (originally spelt as कैलाश पर्वत), abode of Bhawan Shiv, and proved that the mountain is indeed axis and nodal point of this world.
2. One of the ideas the Russians have put forward is that Mt. Kailas could be a vast, human-built pyramid, the centre of an entire complex of smaller pyramids, a hundred in total. This complex, moreover, might be the centre of a world–wide system connecting other monuments or sites where mysteries and unexplained phenomena have been observed. The idea of the pyramid in this region is not new. It goes back to the timeless Sanskrit epic of the Ramayana.
3. Sita Mata was abducted by Lankan King Raavan, no one knew where Sita Maa was kept so a huge search exercise was planned with the Sugreev and Vanar Sena (team of chosen beings, monkeys, who were intellectually, physically and mentally far superior from humans of that time, they took rebirth to be a part of leela for avatar of Bhagwan Vishnu to annihilate adharmis/anti-Vedic beings) . The exercise also helped Vanars gain new knowledge about various places in Bharat. The search begins and three mountain peaks of the Himalayas are mentioned, the Kala, Sudarshana and the Devasakha. Across these peaks, Sugreev informs the Vanars, is a vast expanse of barren plain land, crossing which they shall see Mount Kailash.
4. The Locations of Celestial Mounts Given in Ramayan are Accurate According to Ramayan, the vast expanse of land are the plains of Tibet, and the location of Mount Kailash is geographically correct. There are two ‘Kailash’ peaks in Tibet in today’s maps, but a quick search on Google Maps by looking up ‘Kailash, Burang, Ngari, China’, will pop up the right Mount Kailash. Those who are familiar with Mt. Kailash will recognize the peak and will be able to identify the grooves which are cut horizontally across (popularly referred to as the ‘jata’ of Bhagwan Shiv). An oblong reservoir (or the ‘yoni’) just below the peak, and Lake Mansarover (Mapam Yumco) down at level ground below are also easily identifiable. A look on the zoomed satellite image of the Mt, Kailash at Ngari, Tibet will revel some unique well known features of Mt. Kailash.