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A Siberian mountaineer once told me about a group of climbers who muldwshev beyond a particular point and suddenly aged by a few decades. The team met several Tibetan lamas and spent several months around the foot of the sacred mountain.

Russians, like Indians, have been fascinated with the mountain for a long time. There are also references to the moutain in the juldashev he adds. Get the week’s best stories straight to your inbox.

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When a Russian doctor tried to crack the mystery of the abode of Lord Shiva History. How Russian scientists cracked the secret of a Vedic ritual drink. He wrote that the mountain is the most important part of a system of ancient monumental structures and is muldxshev connected with the main pyramids of the earth such as the pyramids of Giza and Teotihuacan. Subscribe to our newsletter!

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Click here to find out more. Mohan Bhatt, a Sanskrit scholar based in Mumbai, says the Mulldashev also refers to the sacred mountain as a pyramid.

It does make me happy to know that the Chinese government respects the sentiments of Hindus and Buddhists worldwide and will not let anyone try and scale Mount Kailash- which is also referred to as a Stairway to Heaven. Tibetan Buddhists believe that the Buddha Demchok, who represents supreme bliss, lives on the mountain.

Onwards to the Pasta Russian-English bilingual website explores this theory in great details. No human has managed to scale Mount Kailash. This website uses cookies. There are several legends about Russian climbers in the 19 th and early 20 th centuries trying to scale the mountain and vanishing. There have been many legends of people dying in the attempt to climb the mountain. More exciting stories and videos on Russia Beyond’s Facebook page. Muldashev believes that the pyramids were built by ancient and advanced people who knew about the laws of subtle energy.

He claimed that it was surrounded by many smaller pyramids and could be the centre of all paranormal activities.

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Mount Kailash is sacred for Hindus, Buddhists and Jains. According to his story, they died of old age a year later! Dr Ernst Muldashev, a Russian ophthalmologist based in Ufa, came up with a mulrashev that Mount Kailash in Tibet is actually an ancient manmade pyramid that is surrounded by smaller pyramids and is linked to pyramids in Giza and Teotihuacan.

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His team comprised of experts in geology, physics and history. Nicholas Roerich wrote about Mount Kailash and one of his most famous paintings portrays the path to the mountain.

When a Russian doctor tried to crack the mystery of the abode of Lord Shiva

These claims have also been dismissed by doctors in the UK. If using any of Russia Beyond’s content, partly or in full, always provide an active hyperlink muldashhev the original material. Roerich believed in the existence of a mystical kingdom called Shambala in the vicinity of Mount Kailash. Some Hindu sects refer to Shambala as Kapapa, and believe that perfect people reside there.

The Chinese authorities, knowing the religious sensitivity of the matter, have officially banned alpinists from attempting a climb.

Hindus believe that Lord Shiva, the destroyer of evil, sits in perpetual meditation on the mountain.