Pilgrims Can Now Have Aeriel Darshan Of Kailash

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Good news for the followers of Bhole Nath, as Kailash Mansarovar Yatra, which has been closed since the COVID outbreak, can now be seen via flights. 

The first flight for Kailash Darshan took off from Nepalgunj on 29th January, Monday with 38 Indian pilgrims to witness the mighty Kailash Mountain, located at an elevation of 21778 feet above sea level. 

The flight soared at a height of 27000 feet, giving breathtaking views of the Kailash Mountain and the sacred Mansarovar Lake from the sky. The flight took almost one and a half hours to complete the trip, and the next flight is scheduled to take off in the first week of February. 

Earlier the Kailash Yatra used to take place either by trekking, by bus or by flight, however, in the past three years, the Kailash Yatra could not take place. This ground-breaking initiative is a relief to the pilgrims who have been waiting for a long time. The Indian pilgrims need not wait for days to visit the Kailash Mountain, for they can do it in just 1.5 hours. This initiative will help in simplifying the process as well as contribute to the expansion of tourism in the region. 

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