Mount Kailash, likewise known with the name Gang Rinpoche is a Sacred mountain in the Kailash Range. It is viewed as a Holy mountain in four religions: Bön, Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism. The mountain lies close Lake Manasarovar and Lake Rakshastal in Tibet Autonomous Region, China. It is the wellspring of a portion of the longest waterways in Asia: the Indus River, the Sutlej River (a noteworthy tributary of the Indus River), the Brahmaputra River, and the Karnali River (a tributary of the River Ganga). Consistently, thousands make a journey to Kailash, taking after a custom backpedaling a large number of years. Pioneers of a few religions trust that circumambulating Mount Kailash by walking is a sacred custom that will bring favorable luck. The peregrination is made in a clockwise course by Hindus and Buddhists. Supporters of the Jain and Bönpo religions circumambulate the mountain in a counterclockwise course. The way around Mount Kailash is 52 km (32 mi) long.