Published on 10th March 2015

face to faith - mount kailash - tibet

  • 2012 - tibet - mount kailash western tibet.
    the mt. kailash is considered a sacred place in four religions: boen, buddhism, hinduism and jainism.
    pilgrims walk the kora (53 km long sacred circuit, highest pass at 5.700 m) around the mountain. tibetans believe that the entire walk should be made in a single day. some pilgrims are performing body-length prostrations over the entire length of the kora. it takes them about 3-4 weeks. mt. kailash (6.638 m) has never been climbed. it is one of the last spots on earth never
    entered by men.

  • 2012 - tibet - mount kailash western tibet.
    the mt. kailash is considered a sacred place in four religions: boen, buddhism, hinduism and jainism.
    pilgrims walk the kora (53 km long sacred circuit, highest pass at 5.700 m) around the mountain. tibetans believe that the entire walk should be made in a single day. some pilgrims are performing body-length prostrations over the entire length of the kora. it takes them about 3-4 weeks. mt. kailash (6.638 m) has never been climbed. it is one of the last spots on earth never
    entered by men.

  • 2012 - tibet - mount kailash western tibet.
    the mt. kailash is considered a sacred place in four religions: boen, buddhism, hinduism and jainism.
    pilgrims walk the kora (53 km long sacred circuit, highest pass at 5.700 m) around the mountain. tibetans believe that the entire walk should be made in a single day. some pilgrims are performing body-length prostrations over the entire length of the kora. it takes them about 3-4 weeks. mt. kailash (6.638 m) has never been climbed. it is one of the last spots on earth never
    entered by men.

  • 2012 - tibet - mount kailash western tibet.
    the mt. kailash is considered a sacred place in four religions: boen, buddhism, hinduism and jainism.
    pilgrims walk the kora (53 km long sacred circuit, highest pass at 5.700 m) around the mountain. tibetans believe that the entire walk should be made in a single day. some pilgrims are performing body-length prostrations over the entire length of the kora. it takes them about 3-4 weeks. mt. kailash (6.638 m) has never been climbed. it is one of the last spots on earth never
    entered by men.

  • 2012 - tibet - mount kailash western tibet.
    the mt. kailash is considered a sacred place in four religions: boen, buddhism, hinduism and jainism.
    pilgrims walk the kora (53 km long sacred circuit, highest pass at 5.700 m) around the mountain. tibetans believe that the entire walk should be made in a single day. some pilgrims are performing body-length prostrations over the entire length of the kora. it takes them about 3-4 weeks. mt. kailash (6.638 m) has never been climbed. it is one of the last spots on earth never
    entered by men.

  • 2012 - tibet - mount kailash western tibet.
    the mt. kailash is considered a sacred place in four religions: boen, buddhism, hinduism and jainism.
    pilgrims walk the kora (53 km long sacred circuit, highest pass at 5.700 m) around the mountain. tibetans believe that the entire walk should be made in a single day. some pilgrims are performing body-length prostrations over the entire length of the kora. it takes them about 3-4 weeks. mt. kailash (6.638 m) has never been climbed. it is one of the last spots on earth never
    entered by men.

  • 2012 - tibet - mount kailash western tibet.
    the mt. kailash is considered a sacred place in four religions: boen, buddhism, hinduism and jainism.
    pilgrims walk the kora (53 km long sacred circuit, highest pass at 5.700 m) around the mountain. tibetans believe that the entire walk should be made in a single day. some pilgrims are performing body-length prostrations over the entire length of the kora. it takes them about 3-4 weeks. mt. kailash (6.638 m) has never been climbed. it is one of the last spots on earth never
    entered by men.

  • 2012 - tibet - mount kailash western tibet.
    the mt. kailash is considered a sacred place in four religions: boen, buddhism, hinduism and jainism.
    pilgrims walk the kora (53 km long sacred circuit, highest pass at 5.700 m) around the mountain. tibetans believe that the entire walk should be made in a single day. some pilgrims are performing body-length prostrations over the entire length of the kora. it takes them about 3-4 weeks. mt. kailash (6.638 m) has never been climbed. it is one of the last spots on earth never
    entered by men.

  • 2012 - tibet - mount kailash western tibet.
    the mt. kailash is considered a sacred place in four religions: boen, buddhism, hinduism and jainism.
    pilgrims walk the kora (53 km long sacred circuit, highest pass at 5.700 m) around the mountain. tibetans believe that the entire walk should be made in a single day. some pilgrims are performing body-length prostrations over the entire length of the kora. it takes them about 3-4 weeks. mt. kailash (6.638 m) has never been climbed. it is one of the last spots on earth never
    entered by men.

  • 2012 - tibet - mount kailash western tibet.
    the mt. kailash is considered a sacred place in four religions: boen, buddhism, hinduism and jainism.
    pilgrims walk the kora (53 km long sacred circuit, highest pass at 5.700 m) around the mountain. tibetans believe that the entire walk should be made in a single day. some pilgrims are performing body-length prostrations over the entire length of the kora. it takes them about 3-4 weeks. mt. kailash (6.638 m) has never been climbed. it is one of the last spots on earth never
    entered by men.

  • 2012 - tibet - mount kailash western tibet.
    the mt. kailash is considered a sacred place in four religions: boen, buddhism, hinduism and jainism.
    pilgrims walk the kora (53 km long sacred circuit, highest pass at 5.700 m) around the mountain. tibetans believe that the entire walk should be made in a single day. some pilgrims are performing body-length prostrations over the entire length of the kora. it takes them about 3-4 weeks. mt. kailash (6.638 m) has never been climbed. it is one of the last spots on earth never
    entered by men.

  • 2012 - tibet - mount kailash western tibet.
    the mt. kailash is considered a sacred place in four religions: boen, buddhism, hinduism and jainism.
    pilgrims walk the kora (53 km long sacred circuit, highest pass at 5.700 m) around the mountain. tibetans believe that the entire walk should be made in a single day. some pilgrims are performing body-length prostrations over the entire length of the kora. it takes them about 3-4 weeks. mt. kailash (6.638 m) has never been climbed. it is one of the last spots on earth never
    entered by men.

  • 2012 - tibet - mount kailash western tibet.
    the mt. kailash is considered a sacred place in four religions: boen, buddhism, hinduism and jainism.
    pilgrims walk the kora (53 km long sacred circuit, highest pass at 5.700 m) around the mountain. tibetans believe that the entire walk should be made in a single day. some pilgrims are performing body-length prostrations over the entire length of the kora. it takes them about 3-4 weeks. mt. kailash (6.638 m) has never been climbed. it is one of the last spots on earth never
    entered by men.

  • 2012 - tibet - mount kailash western tibet.
    the mt. kailash is considered a sacred place in four religions: boen, buddhism, hinduism and jainism.
    pilgrims walk the kora (53 km long sacred circuit, highest pass at 5.700 m) around the mountain. tibetans believe that the entire walk should be made in a single day. some pilgrims are performing body-length prostrations over the entire length of the kora. it takes them about 3-4 weeks. mt. kailash (6.638 m) has never been climbed. it is one of the last spots on earth never
    entered by men.

  • 2012 - tibet - mount kailash western tibet.
    the mt. kailash is considered a sacred place in four religions: boen, buddhism, hinduism and jainism.
    pilgrims walk the kora (53 km long sacred circuit, highest pass at 5.700 m) around the mountain. tibetans believe that the entire walk should be made in a single day. some pilgrims are performing body-length prostrations over the entire length of the kora. it takes them about 3-4 weeks. mt. kailash (6.638 m) has never been climbed. it is one of the last spots on earth never
    entered by men.

face to faith - mount kailash - tibet