From September this yr, devotees will be capable to go to Mount Kailash, believed to be the abode of Lord Shiva, from the Indian territory.
Officers stated that the Border Roads Organisation (BRO) has began the work on chopping the street from KMVN Huts in Nabhidhang in Pithoragarh district to Lipulekh move on the India-China border, which can be accomplished by September.
Vimal Goswami, Chief Engineer of BRO’s Diamond Undertaking, stated, “We’ve began the work of chopping the street from KMVN Huts to Lipulekh Move in Nabhidhang, about six and a half kilometres lengthy.” After the completion of the street, ‘Kailash View Level’ can be prepared alongside the street.
Hirak Undertaking has been given the accountability of creating ‘Kailash View Level’ by the Indian Authorities.
Mr. Goswami stated that a whole lot of road-cutting work has been performed and if the climate is beneficial, it is going to be accomplished by September.
The Kailash-Mansarovar yatra via the Lipulekh Move, which was postponed because of the COVID pandemic, has not resumed.
Such a protracted stall has contributed to the efforts by the Indian Authorities in forging another path for the devotees to entry Mount Kailash.