Duration : 07 Nights / 08 Days
Destinations : Chandigarh - Shimla - Sarhan– Tangling / Recong Peo / Kalpa - Recong peo / Tangling - Ganesh Park / Ganesh Gufa - Gauri Kund - Kinner Kailash - Ganesh Park - Tangling - Kalpa - Shimla - Chandigarh
Pick-up Date From Chandigarh / Kalka
Pick-up Timing between : 12:00 to 14:00 Hrs
Tour Cost : INR 20,000 /- Per Person
Optional if require: personal porter during trek INR 1500/- per Day.
Booking Amount : INR 10000/- Per Person
ॐ त्र्यं॑बकं यजामहे सु॒गन्धिं॑ पुष्टि॒वर्ध॑नम् ।
उ॒र्वा॒रु॒कमि॑व॒ बन्ध॑नान् मृ॒त्योर् मु॑क्षीय॒ माऽमृता॑त् ।
Om Tryambakam Yajaamahe
Sugandhim Pushtti - Vardhanam
Mrtyor - Mukssiiya Maamrtaat.
The Kinner Kailash Is A Mountain In The Kinaur District Of India State Himachal Pradesh. Kinner Kailash Has A Height Of 4800 Meters And Is Considered Sacred By Both Hindu And Buddhist Kinnauries. This Mountain Is Sometimes Confused With The Mount Kailash In Tibet.
Religious significance of Kinner Kailash
For the ardent devotees of Lord Shiva, Kinner holds utmost religious significance as the place is home to a 79 ft tall Shivling, which changes colors every second. It is basically a rock pillar neatly balanced on rock slab and also resembles a trident. Close by is Parvati Kund, which is located at an altitude of 14900 ft above sea level.
As per the popular belief, the Kund was created by Goddess Parvati herself. Also, it was the meeting point of Lord Shiva and the goddess, so it was also known as ‘Aashiqi Park’. As per another mythological belief, every winter, Lord Shiva used to conduct a meeting of gods and goddesses here at Kinner Kailash.
According to Hindu mythological tales, the mighty Himalayan ranges are the sacred abode of Lord Shiva, where he lives with his better half, Goddess Parvati. Supposedly, Kinner Kailash is the exact point where the gods reside. Considered as one of the most challenging treks, the path leading to this mountain is certainly not an easy. The Kinner Kailash range in Kinaur district of Himachal Pradesh is located in proximity to the Indo-Tibetan border at a height of 17200 ft above sea level. It is also among the remotest and the less explored regions of Himachal which is breathtakingly scenic.