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Bukid Kailash

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Mount Kailash
Pinakahalangkaw na Piye
Rukrok6,638 metre Edit this on Wikidata, 6,638 metre Edit this on Wikidata
Elebasyon6,714[1] m (22,028 ft)
6,638 metre Edit this on Wikidata
Prominensiya1,319 m Edit this on Wikidata
Tagboan31°4′0″N 81°18′45″E / 31.06667°N 81.31250°E / 31.06667; 81.31250Tagboan: 31°4′0″N 81°18′45″E / 31.06667°N 81.31250°E / 31.06667; 81.31250
Mga dimensyon
Pagpapangaran
Katutubóng pangaran
  • གངས་རིན་པོ་ཆེ  (tataramon?)
  • कैलास  (tataramon?)
Heograpiya
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KinamumugtakanBurang County, Tibet Autonomous Region
Nasyon China
Saklaw nin magurangGangdisê Range
Heolohiya
Pagtukad
Enot na pagtukadUnclimbed (mountaineering prohibited currently)

An Bukid Kailash (also Kailasa; Kangrinboqê or Gang Rinpoche; Plantilya:Lang-bo; simplified Chinese: 冈仁波齐峰; traditional Chinese: 岡仁波齊峰; pinyin: Gāngrénbōqí Fēng; Sanskrit: कैलास, Plantilya:IAST3), iyo an bukid sa Ngari Prefecture, Tibet Autonomous Region kan Tsina. Igwa iyan nin altitude na 6,714 m (22,028 ft).[2][3] Namomogtak iyan sa Kailash Range (Gangdisê Mountains) kan Transhimalaya, sa solnopan na parte kan Tibetan Plateau. An Bukid Kailash igwa nin dikit sa 100 km (62 miles) amihanan kan solnopan na trijunction kan hangganan kan Tsina, Indya, asin Nepal.[4]

Toltolan[baguhon | baguhon an source]

  1. "World's Best Hikes: Epic Trails - National Geographic". National Geographic Society (in English). 31 July 2012. Retrieved 6 September 2023. ...the 22,028-foot peak is where the god Shiva sits in meditation 
  2. Swenson, Karen (16 March 2003). "A Sacred Circuit in Tibet". The New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/2003/03/16/travel/a-sacred-circuit-in-tibet.html. "Kailas, also known as Kailash, is a 22,028-foot mountain in the Himalayas." 
  3. Swami Pranavananda (25 June 1949). "1. MOUNT KAILAS AND LAKE MANASAROVAR". Kailas-Mansarovar (PDF). Almora: S.P. League Ltd., Calcutta. p. 4. Retrieved 6 September 2023. Kailas (22,028), and a host of others, besides some hundreds of peaks which are above 20,000 feet high. 
  4. Nanda (2020-05-10). "Kailash Mansarovar Yatra 2022 Guide - Kailash Mansaroavar via Uttarakahnd KMVN". www.euttaranchal.com. Retrieved 2022-08-06.