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I have read a lot about it that even if it is not the highest mountain on the planet there is something which makes this mount unique because when ever a person goes there to climb on it, either there is so much snowfall that one has to back off or else some how their plan cancels.

It is amazing that no one has ever been able to even start climbing mount Kailash.

I want to know is there anything in hinduism which says something about it?

  • This has nothing to with Hindu Scriptures. Chinese Government didn't allow, considering Hindu and Buddhist sentiments. – The Destroyer Apr 6 '17 at 9:45
  • @TheDestroyer In 1926, Hugh Ruttledge, Reinhold Messner was given the opportunity by the Chinese government to climb in the mid-1980s, In 2001 the Chinese gave permission for a Spanish team to climb the peak, These are just a few names of many more. – Rishi Apr 6 '17 at 9:55
  • But Reinhold Messner said he could climb it. I think it is climbable. – The Destroyer Apr 6 '17 at 9:58
  • Yes sir, as a science student it seems what could possibly go wrong. but from a Hinduism perspective there are only two places in the world which are most powerful in terms of everything 1. Mount Kailash 2. some mountains in Tamil Nadu but the most powerful is Kailash. it is experienced by sadguru (I am not a fan, but sure he has better perception than us) – Rishi Apr 6 '17 at 10:00
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    My Prime minister says there are several devas but one Maha Devas, we hindus have many festivals but Maha-Shivratri, So may be all mountain are sacred one can be Maha-Sacred. Any ways @TheDestroyer always uses Maha-Devas Display picture(there must be a thought after it, right?) There has to be something about this person who was know as MahaDev – Rishi Apr 6 '17 at 10:24

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