Sadhguru arrives in Humla to view Kailash


By Our Correspondent,Humla, Sept. 13: Famous Indian spiritual leader Jaggi Basudev (Sadhguru) arrived in Simkot, the district headquarters of Humla, Tuesday. He hopes to travel to Lapcha to view the holy Manasarovar Lake and Mount Kailash from Nepali territory.

According to Deputy Superintendent of Police Bhim Lal Bhattarai, Sadhguru came to Simkot from Rara in Mugu by helicopter. 

Tourism entrepreneur Bijay Lama, who is managing Sadhguru's travel, informed that this was the third time the Indian Guru was going to Lapcha to see the sacred peak and water body.

After spending a night at Simkot, Sadhguru is scheduled to walk to Tumling on Wednesday. He will reach Tumling on Thursday and on Friday, walk to Lapcha, which is at an altitude of 5,000 metres above sea level.

Sadhguru will return to Simkot on Monday. 

As per local authorities, 70 other pilgrims have come to Simkot with Sadhguru. 

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