You may have travelled to Kailash Mansarovar Yatra and experienced the peace of mind and a sense of calm that it brings to your soul. But the trip is now going to get short because of the plans implemented by the Government of India. They are introducing a new route that is going to be shorter as well as easier. The long six days’ trip to Kailash Mansarovar in-between the Himalayas in Tibet will now be short and inexpensive. You need not travel for six days because there is a new route formed through Uttarakhand. This will make the spiritual journey faster and quicker. You need not also worry about the travel expenses because in a few days you will be able to reach the location.
No flight travel required for the trip
Currently, there are two routes present for travelling to Kailash Mansarovar. One route is from Sikkim and the other is from Kathmandu but both of the routes are long and tiring. Therefore, people choose flights as the best option to travel. But with the new routes under construction, you need not travel by air because the route is short so you can make the journey by land.
The Yatra will be under the management of the Ministry of External Affairs and the journey outside of the border of India will be under Chinese authorities.
So if you are planning to undertake the spiritual journey to Kailash Mansarovar then travel in this new route. When the journey was long thousands of people belonging to Hinduism, Jainism Buddhism and others travelled to Kailash and now it is going to be short so we may expect even more people to join the journey.
Now everybody can plan a trip to Kailash!
This is a great thing for elderly people and children. If you are having doubts about whether to attempt a journey with large family members then you will certainly feel happy about this development. Indian Defence Minister Rajnath Singh announced in his social media page about the new route to Kailash Mansarovar. He inaugurated the route and the constructions of the route are going on in full speed to finish it quickly for the benefit of all. The construction work is now performed by the Border Roads Organisation (BRO) even at the time of the on-going coronavirus pandemic.
The new route to the spiritual place will link with the 80-km road from Dharchula situated in Uttarakhand and will join with Lipulekh pass that is 17,000 feet high. This place is near to tri-junction of India, China and Nepal. From here the Mountain of Kailash situated 97 km north of the route to Tibet.
In this route, the pilgrims will be able to pass through the Lipulekh from Delhi in two days. This cuts more travel time. Then there is a 5kilometers of the trek on the side of China in the Lipulekh Pass and after that, the pilgrims can accomplish the journey by using available transportation. So this means that elderly ones and physically challenged people can also undertake this journey without effort.
Plan a trip to Kailash Mansarovar Yatra with your family and friends and experience the joy of travelling by the new route.
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