- Deputy Commissioner of Ali Prefecture, Chinese area, said – If we go to India, we will follow the rules and regulations there.
- ‘Government of India should also improve the infrastructure for the convenience of the passengers in the area on its side’
- Kailash Mansarovar Yatra takes place every year from June to September, the Chinese government gives visa
On the last Monday of the month of Savan, Hindu pilgrims performed a hawan at the banks of Kailash Mansarovar Lake. Mount Kailash is located in the Tibet Autonomous Region of China. During this time, Ali Prefecture Deputy Commissioner G. King min said that Indian pilgrims visit our area. In such a situation, they should follow our rules and regulations. If we go to India, we will take care of the rules there.
‘India should take care of the facilities of travelers’
King min said, “China takes full care of the convenience of Indian travelers coming to Kailash Mansarovar. The Indian government should also improve the infrastructure for the convenience of passengers in its area. We hope that the Government of India will improve the road on its side. It takes 4-5 days for the passengers to arrive from Lipulekh (Uttarakhand). It takes a lot of time and energy. ”
“The government of Ali Prefecture takes care of the convenience and safety of travelers in every way.” We have spent a lot of money in keeping the route right so that the passengers do not suffer. ”
‘Yagya performed on the occasion of Sawan Monday’
Batch 13 Liaison Officer Surinder Grover said – Our batch left Delhi on July 30. We completed the circuit of Kailash. After we performed this Yajna on the banks of Mansarovar Lake. Yesterday was the last Monday of the month of Sawan and the month of Kartik, so it was auspicious to perform the yajna.
The journey takes place between June and September every year
According to Hindu belief, Mount Kailash is considered being the abode of Lord Shiva. Buddhists believe that Buddha came to this region in the womb of his mother Rani Mahamaya. The Jains believe that their first Tirthankara Lord Rishabhdev attained salvation on the Ashtapad mountain near Kailash.
The Indian Ministry of External Affairs visits Kailash Mansarovar every year from June to September. It consists of Hindu, Buddhist and Jain pilgrims. For this, a visa has to be obtained from the Chinese government. There are two ways to visit Kailash Mansarovar. One passes through the Lipulekh Pass in Uttarakhand and the other is the Nathu La Pass in Sikkim.