History of Adi Kailash

 Adi Kailash is the mountain that arise high to the elevation of 6310 meters. Adi Kailash  The mountain is prominently known as Shiva Kailash, Baba Kailash, Chhota Kailash, and Jyolingkong Peak. Indeed, Adi Kailash, the mountain is situated near Om Parvat which holds importance in the Hindu Mythology. It is noteworthy of mentioning that both the mountains are assumed to hold sacred significance and are paid frequent visits by the Hindu devotees from all over the world. However, since both Adi Kailash and Om Parvat are situated not far from each other, usually, devotees usually pay their respects by visiting Adi Kailash first and then, heading towards the Om Parvat. According to Indian history, there exist only eight mountains with the consciousness of ‘OM’ symbol on them. Among these mountains, only one has been discovered till date, and the rest of them are still undiscovered. This mountain is called Om Parvat. and for years, it has been a center of attraction for pilgrims all over the world. In the context of the live experience of devotees, Om Parvat is notable among the Himalayan mountain range because of the visible and miraculous impression of Om symbol and creates curiosity among people who flock from all parts of the world to experience this miracle for themselves. Also, the Adi Kailash is also a similitude of another sacred mountain in the Indian history called Mount Kailash. Talking about the religious importance of Adi Kailash, according to Hindu Mythology, Lord Ravana, the king of Lanka, visited Adi Kailash and prayed to Lord Shiva there. Ever since that time, Adi Kailash has become a spot for the devotees of Shiva, so they can live in his resemblance. Apart from this, Adi Kailash is also counted among the three divisions of Kailash Trilogy or Shiva Trilogy.
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