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Ultra Manifestation

by Alisa Princy (2020-02-14)

A Himalayan Dhyan Yatra to Ultra Manifestation Review these places is of tremendous significance to every human being's spiritual growth. The Indian Government has made significant improvements to the road and travel conditions in these once hard to reach places. The resultant increase in tourist inflow has led to a boom in the tourist industry in the towns of this region. Today, a pilgrim headed to these mountain places can easily find hygienic food, safe drinking water and clean, comfortable accommodation. That said, the Himalayas are still a growing mountain range and landslides which block roads for a week are not unheard of. So it is always a good idea to plan out your Himalayan Dhyan Yatra with a few days to spare and pack accordingly. On the other side of the Himalayas, situated in Tibet - the roof of the world - is Mount Kailash, the mythological abode of Shiva, and Lake Manasoravar, the fabled Lake of Consciousness. The Kailash Manasarovar Yatra is considered the holiest of pilgrimages by the five major religions in this part of the world - Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism and Bon. The most popular pilgrimage route to Kailash Manasarovar begins in Kathmandu, Nepal, travels through the otherworldly Tibetan landscape and journeys first to the holy Lake. Yatris frequently take a dip in its cold waters which are said to heal many ailments. The dip is an ideal preparation for the trek to the base of the sacred Mountain. The trek at an altitude of nearly 4,500 metres can be strenuous for the unprepared and unfit, so having a medical kit handy can be a great advantage. Each religion has its legends about these two sacred sites, but the oldest and most prolific legends come from Hinduism. It was here that Ganesha was given his elephantine head. The mythology also speaks of celestial beings - yakshas, ganas, devas and kinharas who dwelt here with Shiva and Parvathi.