The Greatest Secrets of Mount Kailash Parbat

It’s a peak of grace enveloped by the magnificent Kailash Range. It’s a sacred summit; a source to the four longest Asian rivers, a reservoir providing for Sutlej, Indus, Karnali and the great Brahmaputra. It’s none other than the legendary “Mount Kailash,” a mountain stowing away many mysteries. For as long as we know, Kailash Parbat is to mysticism, what a UFO is to an alien. Chances are that you may spot both, while you set out to discover this zone. Science has no answers, as to why, Mount Kailash maybe, a fount of spiritually exotic secrets. Who knows one day, one of us will find out the answer. The firstmost thing that I like about this mountain is its Tibetan name, ‘Gangs Rin-Po-Che,’ meaning the precious jewel of snow. I’d first heard of this name while watching “3 Idiots,” a Bollywood box office hit.

It will only be fair to say that this remarkable land partially owes its fame to Drukpa Thuksey Rinpoche from 3 Idiots. The enlightened beings, however, call this radioactive zone, the gateway to heaven. It’s the land where legendary stories go abuzz, while, hovering mysterious sightings make you lose your mind. Located at a distance of 6666 km from Stonehenge, Kailash Parbat enables rapid ageing for visitors. It’s a zone where your nails and hair grow faster than it usually would. Like a two week growth in 12 hours. So, if you are as intrigued as I was, let’s look at some of the most popular stories that define Mount Kailash Parbat.

Kailash Parbat – A Mountain or a Man-Made Pyramid?

One of the greatest mysteries that surround this snow-covered mountain is, whether it is a mountain or a man-made Pyramid? Either way, its roots are perched on a spot that makes known that Mount Kailash is the axis Mundi of Earth. Meaning, Kailash Parbat is aligned with Earth’s magnetic fields, in a way, that its axis of rotation idolises four sides into North, East, South, and West. It’s the Earth’s most original compass having derived the fundamental sense of cardinal direction. Ancestors called this range – the city of the Gods. But here’s where it gets interesting – the map of this range mirrors, the spatial structure of DNA molecules. That’s religion (or faith) blended well with science. Some scientists suggest that Mount Parbat is a giant man-made Pyramid. In their opinion, our ancients, or as I may like to think – “ancient aliens,” created this one. If we were to believe this, even for a second, then Kailash Parbat is the largest known pyramid today. From what’s known, Kailash Parbat is built using the 5 most-powerful forces, that is air, earth, water, wind and fire.

Stone Mirrors – Greatest Mystery at Kailash?

They say, the unique stone mirrors, are one of the greatest mysteries about Mount Kailash. These unique, smooth stone mirrors keep the ability to shrink and spread. The largest-mirror stands 1800m tall, and veneers the Northern and Western sides of the Kailash. Subject-boffins suggest that large-slopes, like these, can transfer their pyramid energy to other forces in the universe. In the case of Mount Kailash Parbat, an 800m stone structure called the “Stone Palace of Happiness”, is its transition point to parallel worlds.

UFO Sightings at the Mansarovar Lake

Believe it or not, almost everyone who visits Mount Kailash Parbat or gets closer to Lake Mansarovar has agreed to witness UFO Sightings. Lake Mansarovar is not so far from the Mount Kailash Parbat. This miraculous lake bears sacred freshwater and has a designate area if you want to take a dip. Lake Mansarovar is also the water body where a Tibetan Monk saw the letters “Aha,” “Kha,” and “Mha,” which helped him discover Dalia Lama. Everyone visiting this lake agrees on having experienced the true magic of this lake. Some even say that they spotted mysterious skylights early morning. The people who reside in the nearby villages confirm spotting UFOs. Neither the Chinese nor the Indian government has yet confirmed nor dismissed the news.

Many mountaineers, trekkers and researchers believe that the base of Mount Kailash may also be a secret UFO base. When you speak to the locals, they will tell you how frequently they see UFOs plummeting into the hills and lakes. It’s definitely worth giving a thought! On the contrary, a Yogi (Indian spiritual leader), calls for another theory. He says, these flying orbs with flashing lights are nothing, but, spiritual embodiments of immortal yogis that devoted their life to Lord Shiva. Most intellectuals have disregarded this theory and called it a money-making gimmick. Well, whatever the truth be, when you are standing, at the axis of the Earth, it sure has to have some magical effect on you.

Why Can’t You Climb Mount Kailash?

The most-engrossing mystery of Mount Kailash is that it’s an unclimbable mountain. Countless expeditions have been facilitated to climb it – with each failing successfully. The mountaineers who attempted to climb Kailash Parbat have confirmed that they experienced the track positions, switch, midway. Meaning, no matter from where you attempt to climb, this mountain, will lead you in the opposite direction halfway down. Making, it impossible to climb beyond, a certain point. Whether you call it, ‘Mahima,’ or ‘Alien Power,’ no one seems to have climbed this summit, as yet.

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    Veidehi Gite is a multi-award-winning luxury travel and lifestyle blogger who documents her experiences through Krazy Butterfly, a mindful journal for curious travellers. She enjoys travelling and photographing anything new and interesting. Read her articles to get inspired, to take on that trip you have been planning for a while.

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6 thoughts on “The Greatest Secrets of Mount Kailash Parbat

  1. This is just a mind blowing post, yes, my mind has blown after knowing so many truths about Kailash Parvat….”There are more things in heaven an earth….that are dreamt in your philosophy”…this is what i remembered after reading this.
    Specially the reason why its unclimbable and unconquering is unbelievable.

    Thanks a lot for sharing such an interesting post.

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