Om Parvat

Om Parvat: The Magical Mountain on Earth


Om Parvat at the height of 5570 meters above sea level, is an ancient holy mountain that has a magic of its own kind along with a strong religious connection. Not everyone is aware of the amazing facts about this holy mountain. The Yatra or Trek to Om Parvat is not as simple as it looks and this mountain is not as simple as it sounds.  It’s a treat to watch this holy place full of positive energy at such a high altitude. Many devotees mistake Om Parvat with Adi Kailash Parvat

Om, also called Aum has an immensely impressive divine aura accompanied by powerful meaning and is also an indispensable element. Chanting Om Parvati Pataye Har Har Mahadeva will rejuvenate and purify your body and soul from within.

Where is Om Parvat: 

The answer to the question Location of Om Parvat is that Om Parvat is located in the snowy Himalayas of Dharchula tehsil of Pithoragarh District, Kumaon, Uttarakhand, India, and shares some part of it with the Nepal and China border. However, the OM sign is visisble only from India. It falls on the Government Kailash Mansarovar Yatra route via Lipulekh Pass in Uttarakhand. 

Significance of OM Parvat:

Om Parvat is considered as a very sacred place in Hinduism. Unlike any other mountain, snow here falls at the peak of Om Mountain and takes the shape of “OM” (ॐ) which makes it look apart among all the Himalayan ranges. It is still a mystery how the snow melting on the mountain takes the formation of OM without any human-made structure on the mountain. It is said that there are 8 mountains like this in the world, however only 1 has been discovered by modern man till now. 

Also read about Secrets of Om Parvat: OM Parvat Rahasya 

Attractions on Om Parvat Yatra:

Om Parvat

Located on the Indo- Nepal- Tibet border in Uttarakhand, Om Parvat holds utmost importance for Hindus. The snow falling on the peak of Om Parvat naturally takes the shape of ॐ. Nabidhang is the base and viewpoint of Om Parvat.

Shesh Naag Parvat

Shesh Naag Parvat is located on the way between Nabidhang and Gunji in Uttarakhand. This mountain resembles Shesh Naag- the king of all snakes.

Ved Vyas Gufa

Located at Kala Paani this cave is named after Maharshi Ved Vyas. It is said that Maharshi Ved Vyas meditated here and also he dictated Mahabharatha to Lord Ganesha here.

Kala Pani

Kala Pani is the origination place of the Kali river that marks the international border of India and Nepal.

Kali Temple

A temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, Mata Parvati, and Lord Ganesha at Kala Pani is called Kali temple or Kali Mata Temple.

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