Descripción del sitio
This peak in the Gangdisê mountains in Tibet is the source of some of the longest (and holiest) rivers in Asia and is a sacred mountain in four different faiths: Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Bon. Pilgrims undertake the arduous journey of circumnavigating the holy mountain, but consider it sacrilege to climb it. Next to the mountain are the sacred lakes Manasarowar and Rakshastal.
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