Sacred Mounatins in the World

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The 5 most sacred mountains in the world

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Tuesday, 31st August 2021

Since ancient times, mountains have played an important role, and many mountains have become more important because of their additional religious significance. These peaks are now used as pilgrimage sites. If you look through history, you will discover how these peaks have become an important part of many religions in the world. If you are curious about these peaks, here are the five most sacred peaks in the world.


Nanda Devi, India

Nanda Devi is the second highest peak in India, with an altitude of 7816m. It is part of the Gawal Himalayas in Uttarakhand. This mountain is famous for its religious significance and exquisite ecosystem. Nanda Devi’s name means Goddess of Blessing, and the surrounding Nanda Devi National Park was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988. This kind of trekking is one of the popular tourist projects in the Garhwal Himalayas. The sacred goddess Nanda Devi, is why this place is one of the sacred mountains in the world.


Mount Fuji, Japan

Mount Fuji is 3776m above sea level, not only the highest mountain in Japan but also the most sacred mountain in Japan. This snow-covered mountain is considered sacred in both Buddhism and Shintoism because it is also an active volcano, so this mountain is revered as the hometown of the god of fire, the goddess of Shinto, and the Dainichi Tathagata. Sun. Although Shintoists call it an embodiment of the spirit of nature, Japanese Buddhists see this mountain as a gateway to another world. In summer, it is a scene of thousands of pilgrims reaching the top.


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Mount Agung, Bali

Mount Agung is very important to the Balinese: it is located 10,308 feet above sea level in East Bali. The Besakih Mother Temple is the holiest and largest temple in Bali, nestled comfortably on a 3000-foot high hillside. Although this mountain is known to threaten volcanic activity, which can destroy most of the island, it is still the holiest mountain in culture.


Mount Sinai, Egypt

Located on the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt, Mount Sinai is comfortably located at 2,285m. If it was not given religious significance, it would have been an unimportant mountain. People believed that this was the mountain where God spoke to Moses and the place where God gave him the Ten Commandments. And this belief has attracted pilgrims for more than a thousand years, and there is still no sign of slowing down.


Mount Kailash, Tibet/China

Kailash Mountain is one of the holiest mountains in the world, most of which are still inaccessible. According to Hindu and Buddhist scriptures, Mount Kailash is the physical embodiment of Mount Xume, which has ancient caves and monasteries that only a lucky few can see. It is considered a sacred mountain in Hinduism, Jainism, and Buddhism, and has been steeped in ancient Asian mythology for many years. Although this mountain is considered by Hindus as the residence of Lord Shiva, other religions also believe that it's important religious figures have also visited it.


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