The world’s most spectacular spiritual sites of Hindus

Mount Kailash, Tibet (© Jacky Chen/Newscom/RTR)

This Tibetan peak is considered sacred by four different religions — Buddhism, Hinduism, Jainism and Bönn. Tantric Buddhists believe it to be the home of Buddha Demchok, while Hindus see it as the residence of Lord Shiva, the destroyer, and his wife Parvati. Pilgrims of both these religions make the trek to this 6,600-metre mountain, traversing the 52-kilometre circular path in a clockwise direction — often in a single day.

Source: MSN