Kailash Mansarovar Yatra is one of the sacred pilgrimages Yatra of India dedicated to all “Shiva Bhakts” located at the Mount Kailash at the height of 6,740 in the Himalaya entirely within the Tibet. That is why Mount Kailash is the spiritual centre of the four religions – Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Tibetan and people visited this place for the cause of peace within the human soul and the physical world. KailashMansarovar Yatra is also significant for Indians because the four major rivers of India emerge near Kailash – the Indus, the Sutlej, Brahamputra and Karnali. Among these rivers Mansarovar Yatra gives an image of beautiful site with glisten blue water near the shores and deep emerald green in the centre. KailashMansarovarYatra offers various other destinations for the tourists to visit like Tarchen, Lha Chhu (God's River) valley, Dolma Pass (18,600 ft.), Huore, Chugu, Zaidi, Gouri Kund lake, Rakshash Tal and Kailash Mansarovar Yatra to Anotatta Lake.