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Kailash Mansarovar Yatra via India 2024


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Easy & Economical India New route to Kailash Mansarovar 2024

Apart from saving time, there will be several advantages of Kailash Mansarovar Darshan and Tour Via India. The new route is the shortest, only one-fifth of the distance of road travel as compared to other routes. The majority of the distance on new route will also be on Indian side which reduces the cost and give employment to more and more local residents.

The new route involves travelling by road to Pithoragarh (490 km from Delhi), thereafter 130 km of road travel and 79 km or five days of foot trek from Ghatiabgarh to Lipulekh Pass on boundary with China. Across the International Border, there is a further trek of 5 km on Chinese side followed by a road journey of 97 km and 38 km of foot parikrama or travel by Pony.

The new route to Kailash Mansarovar from Uttarakhand involves three stretches. The first stretch is a 107.6 km-long road from Pithoragarh to Tawaghat, the second is from Tawaghat to Ghatiabgarh on a 19.5-km single lane, and the third stretch is 80-km-long from Ghatiabgarh to Lipulekh Pass at the China border, which can only be traversed on foot. This stretch takes almost five days to cover and is a tough journey.

The single-lane Tawaghat to Ghatiabgarh has now been converted into a double lane road by Border Roads Organisation (BRO). Defence Minister Rajnath Singh had inaugurated this new road in May last year. This new road reduces a five day trek to two days of road travel thus saving six days of to and fro journey.

The road from Ghatiabgarh to Lipulekh is now under construction and is expected to be completed by 2024 .

The road via Pithoragarh Dharchula will ensure that most of the Kailash Yatra is within Indian territory, which is not the case right now.

Kailash Parbat is located in vicinity of Mansarovar Lake which is less than 100 km from Uttarakhand border. Mount Kailash is considered sacred in four religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Bon.

For Hindus, Mt Kailash is traditionally recognised as abode of God Shiva and it is considered the holy centre of the planet and a manifestation of heaven. The holy water of Lake Mansarovar is said to have the power of washing away our sins thus it is believed that circumambulating Mount Kailash can expunge wrongdoings.

The Border Roads Organisation carried out Kailash Mansarovar Road construction activity even while country was under lockdown due to COVID-19 pandemic. The BRO followed all protocol.

The new road alignment is along the Kali River which is the boundary between India and Nepal. The end point of the road is at Lipulekh Pass with China which is near the tri-junction of India, China and Nepal.

In this sector, Special Task Force (STF) Hirak of BRO is constructing and maintaining roads ahead of Pithoragarh which is 490 km from Delhi. The road from Pitharogarh to Tawaghat is a 107.6 km long existing double lane road  is under maintenance by BRO.

New Itineraries are Outlined as follows

Upcoming 2024 Kailash Mansarovar Package Tours Via India:

Kailash Packages with Jageshwor, Kanchidham, Golu Devta temple & Adi Kailash Om Parvat

Period of Conduction : May to September 2024

Package 1 – 09 Days ex Kathgodam/Tanakpur Delhi Lipulekh Kailash Mansarovar Darshan tour

Package 2 – 17 Days ex Kathgodam/Tanakpur/ Delhi Kailash Mansarovar Yatra

Tag: Mount Kailash, Uttarakhand Government, Disrepect of Lord Shiva, Lipulekh Pass, Lipulekh Peak, Kailash-Mansarovar Yatra

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Narendra Singh


Great experience to take a dip in the holy lake which is cold in summer season. Take care of the wind as it blows water into your ear. The trip with NTP Tourism is an excellent experience. The sherpas and the cooks were so awesome and friendly.

Yours faithfully
Narendra Singh


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