• ZenTravels-BRTNepal
  • sbgl
  • sahara
  • ace-advertise

Lapcha Peak in Nepal, the way to ‘Mansarobar Kailash’ gets popularized due to it’s incredible beauty

HUMLA: Praying at and paying homage to the Hindu pilgrimage site of Mansarobar Kailash from the top of the Lapcha Peak located at Limi Village of Namkha Rural Municipality of Humla is getting popular.

Paying homage at Mansarobar Kailash from 5,000-meter tall Lapcha peak was in practice in the past also, but it has been sporadic these days owing to obstruction from the Chinese government to locals to visit to the pilgrimage area through the Lapcha Pass.Praying and paying homage at Mansarobar Kailash is possible from the top of Lapcha peak despite the obstruction of the Chinese government to go their through Lapcha Pass, said Palden Tshering, a local of Limi Village.

This is also the best alternative to pay homage to the holly mountain, since the Chinese government made the provision of taking visa to reach there, Palden said.

He said that the local government should intensively promote Lapcha as the destination to make view and pay homage to Kailash Mansarobar.

The number of pilgrims paying homage from Lapcha peak have gone up in recent days, he said.

“For the promotion and publicity of Lapcha entry point, we are inviting representative from Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) in 4th week of September,” said Bishnu Bahadur Lama, chairman of Namkha Rural Municipality.

Lama said that the rural municipality was also planning to make documentary of the Lapcha area for the promotion of tourism.

Published Date: Monday, August 12th, 2019 | 06:41 PM

Your Responses

N24 Exclusive

View All

A Troubled Family: NATO turns 70 Saturday, December 7th, 2019

Summit anniversaries are not usually this abysmally interesting. While those paying visits to Watford, England on the occasion of the seventieth anniversary of the North..

Measuring Growth Democratically Friday, December 6th, 2019

The Arab World Needs a Brexit Debate Thursday, December 5th, 2019

Presidents versus the Press Thursday, December 5th, 2019