The great Himalaya is considered as crown of India which boosts the strong reason of Himalayas being called as “Giriraj” or “King of Mountains”. It is situated on northern most part of Indian subcontinent which is extended in 2,410 km curve across South Asia. The literal meaning of Himalayas is “Abode of snow” which is practically portrayed by the Himalayan ranges. Himalayan range is home to the nine of the highest ten peaks including Mount Everest and K2. However, Himalayan range is a very juvenile mountain. This mountain range actually separates the Indo Gangetic plain from Tibetan Plateau. Karakoram and Hindu Kush ranges are major includes of The Himalayas.
Moreover, Himalayas have gigantic significance in the culture and tradition of India. Indian culture depicts the historical and spiritual saga of India which says, “Himalaya is abode of Gods”. Inception of three major rivers Indus, Ganges and Brahmaputra.Hindu Mythology narrates the fact that Mount Kailash, which is present on Himalayas, is home of Lord Shiva.Hindu Mythology highlights the fact that God is present in every atom of the world, as a corollary to this Hindu Mythology considers Himalayas as supremely pious. The great Himalayan valley is considered a panorama of celestial charm. The most famous pilgrimage points like Amarnath, Kedarnath and Badrinath are situated on the sacred ranges of Himalayas. Come to this divine valley and experience the godly presence in air, rivers, snow and trees. You are bound to feel the best of your soul at this spiritual heritage.
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