Saturday, February 14, 2015

Holy Yatra to the Abode of Lord Shiva -11

Gowri - Shankar Darshan 

View of Manasarovar lake from Tokchen  

Aftter some rest and X-ray scan we  started the  parikrama of Manasarovar by the luxury bus of Tibet Govt. The wather was sunny and it was a bright day and we had a wonderful darshan of Manasarovar and Rakshas Tal lakes. Also we were blessed with the  fine darshan of Gowri Shankar. Lord Shiva is Moubt Kailash and Manasarovar is Mother parvati. This darshan is called Gowri Shankar darshan 

Gowri Shankar darshan

Both the akes Manasarovar and Rakshas Tal are sitiated in between the two  mountain ranges  namely. Kailash ranges and  Gurla Mandata ranges. The snow that melts gets collected in these lakes. These two lakes are thw sources for 4 great rivers namely Indus, Brahmaputra, Karnali, and Mepsu which irrigate vast areas of Asian Continent. 

Mt. Kailash is considered as Shankar and Lake  Manasarovar is considered Mother Parvati the combination is calles as Gowri Shankar . We had a very good Gowri Shankar darshan  and here are some of those pictures. 

The beauty and hue of  Manasarovar changes minute by minute here are some of these pictures showing the different hues of  Manasarovar lake. 

Changing colors of Manasarovar 

Chanting the glory of Mother Gowri  we travelled along the shores of the Manasarovar ake towrds Zaidi where we have to stay for the night . As we approached Gurla mandata ranges the peaks of Gurla Mandata were visible in its full glory. 

The  changing colours of Manasarovar 

                                                       The birds in the lake

Gurla Mandata Ranges

The day was sunny and we had the nice darshan of Gowri-Shankar and also the different hues of the  Manasarovar and reched the opposite end of Kailash ie the feet of Gura Mandata where the driver stopped the vehicle for Holy bath in Manasarovar  

                                                                                                The  Holy yatra continues . . . . . . . . .

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