Kailash Natural Mineral Water


The King of Mountains

Mt. Kailash has always been the king of the mountains recognized by Hinduism, Buddhism, Bonism and Jainism. 

It is located in Pulan County, Tibet.  As the main peak of the Mt.Kailash, the summit has an elevation of 6656 meters.

The four great rivers flowed from the Mt.Kailash in four directions including Maquan River, Shiquan River, Xiangquan River and Kongqi River.

These rivers flow in four directions and eventually merge into the Indian Ocean.

Mt. Kailash water feeds to Manasarovar. Rivers from Mt. Kailash become Ganga River and supplies majority water to Asia (BBC Documentary).

The Center of the World

Hinduism calls the mountain Kailash and believes it to be the center of the world. Among the three main gods in Hinduism, God Shiva, the most powerful and highest-status god, is said to lives here with his wife, goddess Parvati.

The mountain is close to Manasarovar lake. Manasarovar lake is also a Hindu sacred site. According to Hindu lore, this lake was created from the heart of the creator God Brahma.

Kailash-Lake Manasarovar region is the source of many rivers and is the upper reaches of the Indus, Brahmaputra. So many believers make a pilgrimage to do Kailash Manasarovar yatra every year.

The Last Pure Land

Known as "the last pure land in the world", Tibet has unique resource endowments, one of the best ecological environment regions in the world, numerous snow mountains and glaciers, pure air, dense old-growth forest, vast grasslands, and has bred the world's recognized best freshwater resources.

The high and cold climate in Ali has formed a unique hundreds miles uninhabited area, with 9 major springs and an average elevation range of 5000 to 6000 meters, providing maximum protection for our water resources.

Talqin, Baga, Pulan County, Ali Prefecture, Tibet, China
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