Friday, 16 May 2014

The Holy Home Of Lord Shiva at Kailash Mountain

The grand stay to the heights of Mount Kailash and the far the reaches of the holy mountain have such an enduring and lasting impression on Hindu devotees that what the emotional, physical and structural demands it entails (the Yatra) is not that important than being at Lord Shiva’s lodging. When one reaches the eternal home of souls (Kailash) and the respected presence of the lord of closure (Lord Shiva) all else seems irrelevant than being in the consistent blessing and presence of Lord Shiva .

Many Hindus, Jains, Buddhists, Bonpos and other enlightened souls have sought then Lords Darshan at Kailash and commended the eternal imprint of its splendor and effect on their spiritual transformation on their lives. Given the multiple religious significance of this holy mountain, it’s always been a desire for many people to pay a special homage to the lord at his dwelling in Kailash – Manasarovar.

According to the ancient Hindu scripts and holy texts (Puranas) Lord Shiva’s fearsome, eternal and limitless attributes exemplify him as the most powerful god in the Hindu trinity. He is the great god (Mahadeva) and supreme god (Parameshwara). In that sense, sense Lord Shiva best translates the essence of the Indian god trinity (Trimurti).

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