Pristine Parvati Mukt lies as an exceptional gem in Uttarakhand of Indian states which is famous for spirituality as well as scenery. As a place of worship and spiritual enlightenment, it lies within Garhwal district of the Himalayan range. There are many old shrines like the famous Muktinath temple, an abode of God Shiv. The journey towards Parvati Mukt is rough as pilgrims have to pass through rocky terrains, alpine meadows as well as dense forests.
It is a soul-searching trip that gives you fantastic views of the neighboring hills. The harmonious integration of religious observance and nature’s charm defines Parvati Mukt as an attractive prospect for individuals yearning for spiritual satisfaction as well as aesthetic gratification.
History of Parvati Mukut
Parvati Mukut means crown of Hindu goddess Parvati. It is a stone-like structure shaped like a crown on a mountain top in front of Mount Adi Kailash. From Mana to the fall of Vasundhara, along river Saraswati to the Mana pass over its left bank in Ghastoli – leaving Alaknanda behind. To the transit camp, the amazing landscape of flower-studded foliage along this route is full of charming Himalayan birds and trees.
Lastly, one climbs up over the one thousand meters almost vertical ridge to the base camp which is at 4800 meters above sea level. The advance basecamp 5300m was so many kilometers away via a prolonged and weary march through the massive morine area that it took hours.
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