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Manimahesh Lake
Manimahesh Lake (otherwise called Dal Lake, Manimahesh) is a high height lake (rise 4,080 meters (13,390 ft)) arranged near the Manimahesh Kailash Peak in the Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas, in the Bharmour subdivision of Chamba locale of the Indian condition of Himachal Pradesh. The religious noteworthiness of this lake is beside that of the Lake Manasarovar in Tibet.
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The lake is the setting of an exceptionally adored journey trek attempted amid the time of August/September comparing to the time of Bhadon as per Hindu logbook, on the eighth day of the New Moon time frame. It is known as the 'Manimahesh Yatra'. The Government of Himachal Pradesh has announced it as a state-level journey.

Legend
As indicated by one prominent legend, it is trusted that Lord Shiva made Manimahesh after he wedded Goddess Parvati, who is revered as Mata Girija. There are numerous legends described connecting Lord Shiva and his show of disappointment through demonstrations of torrential slides and snowstorms that happen in the region.

Legend additionally specifies that Shiva performed retribution on the banks of Manimahesh Lake. In a similar vein, it is specified that Gaddis (Shepherd), the tribes of this district, received Lord Shiva as their divinity. Gaddis are the general population who dwell in the Gaddi Valley which is the name of the upper areas of Ravi River where the Mount Chamba Kailash lies. Further, as indicated by the legend, the Shiva, who lived in Mount Kailash, the most noteworthy pile of the state, talented the Gaddis with a Chuhali topi (pointed top), which they wear generally alongside their different dress of chola (coat) and dora (a long dark rope around 10–15 m long). The Gaddis began calling the place where there is this bumpy district as 'Shiv Bhumi' ("Land of Shiva") and themselves as aficionados of Shiva. The legend additionally expresses that before Shiva wedded Parvati at Mansarovar Lake and turned into the "general guardians of the universe", Shiva made the Mount Kailash in Himachal Pradesh and made it his habitation. He made Gaddis his lovers. The land where Gaddis lived reached out from 15 miles (24 km) west of Bharmaur, upstream of the intersection of Budhil and Ravi streams, up to Manimahesh. Manimahesh was likewise viewed as the residence the three Lords of the universe to be specific, Shiva, Vishnu and Brahma. Manimahesh was figured as the paradise (Kaliasa) of Lord Shiva. The waterfall seen at the Dhancho while in transit to Manimahesh Lake, and which radiates from the lake, was considered as the paradise (Vaikunta) of Vishnu. The paradise of Bramha is refered to as a hill sitting above the Bharmaur city. The Gaddis additionally trust that Shiva dwells in the Mount Kailash for six months, whereafter he moves to the netherworld giving over the rules to Lord Vishnu. The day he withdraws to the netherworld is seen by the Gaddis respectfully consistently, which is the Janmashtami day, the eighth day of the time of Bhadon (August), the birthday of Lord Krishna (an incarnation of Lord Vishnu). Shiva come back from the netherworld to Bharamaur toward the finish of February, before the evening of his wedding and this day is seen as the Shivratri day; Gaddis watch this likewise as a happy day since Shiva and Parvati come back to Mount Kailash in the Gaddi land.

Historical background of "Manimahesh" implies a "gem (Mani) on Lord Shiva's (Mahesh's) crown". As indicated by a neighborhood legend, the moon-beams reflected from the gem can be seen from Manimahesh Lake on clear full moon night (which is an uncommon event). In any case, it has been gathered that such a wonder could be the aftereffect of impression of light from the icy mass that decorates the top as a serpent around Shiva's neck.

A legend in which Lord Shiva himself is deceived is described. As per this portrayal connected to Dhancho where pioneers spend a night on their approach to Manimahesh Lake, Lord Shiva, satisfied with the commitment of one of his fervent lovers Bhasmasur (an asura or evil presence) presented a shelter, which offered forces to Bhasmasur under which Bhasmasur touching anybody would lessen that individual to fiery remains. Bhasmasur needed to attempt this shelter on Shiva himself. He, thusly, took after Shiva to touch him and dispose of him. Be that as it may, Shiva figured out how to escape and go into the waterfall at Dhancho and take protect in a give in behind the moving waters of the fall. Bhasmasur couldn't overcome the waterfall. At that point, Lord Vishnu interceded and murdered Bhasamasur. From that point forward the fall is considered holy.

An uncommon occasion of the main sun's beams falling on the Mani Mahesh pinnacle is found in appearance in the lake like saffron tilak. This show in the lake has upgraded the unbelievable conviction of the Gaddis on the sacredness of Manimahesh Lake at the base of the Mount Kailash, which they visit on a yearly journey. This occasion has additionally added to the act of cleaning up in the lake on Janmashtami day or Radhashtami day, fifteen days after the introduction of Lord Krishna.

 

Geography
A little lake with pioneers living in tents amid the yearly - Manimahesh Yatra
The lake, of frigid birthplace, is in the upper spans of the Ghoi nala(refer Leomann maps:India Himalaya Map 4) which is tributary of Budhil waterway, a tributary of the Ravi River in Himachal Pradesh. Be that as it may, the lake is the wellspring of a tributary of the Budhil River, known as 'Manimahesh Ganga'. The stream starts from the lake as a fall at Dhancho. The mountain pinnacle is a snow clad tribal glen of Brahamur in the Chamba locale of manimahesh range. The most noteworthy pinnacle is the Mani Mahesh Kailas, likewise called 'Chamba Kailash' (height 5,656 meters or 18,556 ft) disregarding the lake. The lake, considered a cold wretchedness, is sourced by snow-liquefy waters from the encompassing slope inclines. Towards the finish of June with ice starting to liquefy, various little streams separate all around, which together with the rich green slopes and the heap of blooms give the place a genuinely surprising perspective. The snow field at the base of the mountain is called by the nearby individuals as Shiva's Chaugan Shiva's play area. As indicated by a conviction, Lord Shiva remained here with his partner Parvati.
Manimahesh is drawn nearer from three courses. Travelers from Lahaul and Spiti go through Kugti pass. Travelers from Kangra and Mandi take the Karwarsi pass or Jalsu pass by means of Tyari town, close Holi in Bharmour. The simplest and well known course is from Chamba through Bharmour.[2][7] The most prominent is the Bhanrlour–Hadsar-Manimahesh course which includes a 13 kilometers (8.1 mi) track from Hadsar town to the Manimahesh Lake. The most elevated height touched in this course is 4,115 meters (13,501 ft) and it brings two days with an overnight remain at Dhancho. Season to be embraced is June to October and it has a delicate review. The way prompting the lake is well maintained.[2]

Most of the way up this track is 6 kilometers (3.7 mi) of open and level knoll land to Dhancho. Risen settlement is accessible here amid August–September. Night end is favored here. Free kitchens are opened by individuals to bolster travelers. Be that as it may, many like to go and pitch their tents alongside the lake to feel an awesome affair. On the way, there is waterfall at Gauri nallah known as the Dhancho fall. From Dhancho, it is a lofty climb. This track has seen part of enhancements throughout the years. In the past the primary climb was first done by intersection Dhancho nalla. It was tough to the point that individuals used to slither to get over. Since they used to slither like a monkey in this extend it was known as 'Bandar Ghati' (monkey valley). Presently this track is abundantly enhanced and the recently developed way is utilized. Be that as it may, some still want to take the old course as an experience and experience the Bandar Ghati.

Previously, on the trek from Dhancho, the scaffold over the Mani Mahesh waterway was crossed to achieve the left bank of the valley. After 2 kilometers (1.2 mi), the stream was again crossed, over another wooden scaffold, to the privilege bank.[10]

Starting here, the climb goes through many crisscross ways along bloomed knolls. Birch trees are found in the region, which shows a pickup in height as the trek continues. Along this extend of the trek course; there are number group kitchens (restaurants) at around 3,600 meters (11,800 ft) rise. From this area, the trail to Mani Mahesh Lake could be perceived. The waterfall, spilling out of the lake, is additionallyobserved at this stage. A further trek of 1.5 kilometers (0.93 mi) through the lush edges prompts the Manimahesh Lake.

Lake and its precincts
Despite the fact that the Manimahesh Lake is of little size with shallow profundity, its area, straightforwardly beneath Manimahesh Kailas crest and a few different pinnacles and dangling ice sheets, is a "motivation even to the slightest passionate pilgrim.

Trekking in the last reach is through the ice sheet fields of the lake. Be that as it may, in transit, the walk is through the valley of blossoms and wild therapeutic herbs up to the lake. The lake is arranged at the focal point of a cold field touching the hallowed pinnacle. The lake is encompassed by sandy rocks, little bumpy hills and thorny dry shrubs, and there is no indication of any grass. It is called Shiv Chaugan (play ground of Lord Shiva). The lake shows up as though it has infiltrated the tough valley. On a sunny morning the impression of the dwelling place Shiva, the Kailash Mountain can be seen on the lake surface. All the year round, the place stays devastate, with no tenants, since none sets out to remain here. The air is new however frosty cool. There are no fauna in the lake at its regions – no ants, snakes or any sort of untamed life. A couple Bird animal varieties are located once in a while. The quiet of the place is broken just when the pioneers visit the place in vast numbers, a night prior to the heavenly plunge (privately known as naun) in the lake.

As indicated by legend, Lord Shiva performed atonement for a few hundred years here. The water falls sprang out from his tangled hair and appeared as the lake. The lake as shaped seems like a saucer. It has two unmistakable parts. The bigger part has frosty icy water, called the 'Shiv Karotri' (the showering spot of Lord Shiva). The littler piece of the lake, which is covered up by the brambles, has tepid water and is called 'Gauri Kund', the showering spot of Parvati, Shiva's partner. In this way, men and ladies bathe in various parts of the lake. As indicated by rituals, the plunge (called locally as naun) in the lake is taken four times, if allowed or generally just once.

In the fringe of the lake, now there is a marble picture of Lord Shiva, which is adored by explorers. The picture is known as the Chaumukha. The lake and its environment exhibit an amazing perspective. The still, clear and unpolluted waters of the lake mirror the snow-topped pinnacles that neglect the valley. There is additionally a little sanctuary in the shikhara style on the fringe of the lake. A metal picture of Lakshmi Devi known as Mahishasuramardini is idolized in the sanctuary.

Pilgrimage

The sacred journey to the Manimahesh Lake (respected by nearby individuals as resting spot of Lord Shiva) is upheld by the Government of Himachal Pradesh, Manimahesh Pilgrimage Committee and a few deliberate associations. For the Gaddi tribal populace of the district, journey to the lake is generally sacred. It is held each year amid the Hindu month of Badon on Radha asthami, the fifteenth day taking after the celebration of Janmashtami, comparing to the Gregorian month of August or September. The Yatra or Jatra, as it is called, is additionally prominently known as the 'Manimhesh Yatra'. It is proclaimed by a parade referred to locally as "blessed chhari" (heavenly stick conveyed by the pioneers on their shoulders) trek embraced by explorers and sadhus. Travelers embrace the heavenly trek unshod and cover a separation of 14 kilometers (8.7 mi) from the closest street purpose of Hadsar to the Manimahesh Lake. Master Shiva is the directing god of the yatra. The bright parade of the "chhari" is joined by singing and recitation of psalms in acclaim of Lord Shiva. The Chhari trek, considered an intense trek, takes after a set antiquated course with stops at the assigned spots. To encourage this trek, travelers are given offices of transport (jeeps up to street closes), nourishment and medicinal offices et cetera. It is a two-day trek to the lake from Hadsar with a night stop at Dhanchho. Tents are accessible for contract at Bharmour or Chamba. Horses are procured by a few fans for the trek. Coordinate trekking from Chamba is likewise an alternative embraced by the ardent, which is a nine-day trek; the course took after is Rakh (20 kilometers (12 mi)), Bharmaur, Hadsar (12 kilometers (7.5 mi)), Dhancho (7 kilometers (4.3 mi)) and Manimahesh (7.5 kilometers (4.7 mi)) with a short stop at Bhiram Ghati. The arrival trip takes after the same route.

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heavenly trek begins from the Laxmi Narayan sanctuary and the Dashnami Akhara in Chamba town, with the sacrosanct stick ('Chhari') of Gur Charpathnath conveyed by the pioneers with support of sadhus. The trek to the lake takes around 6 days. After the parade lands at the lake, functions are held all as the night progressed. On the next day, pioneers take a heavenly plunge (naun) in the lake. In the wake of scrubbing down in the heavenly waters of the lake, pioneers circumambulate the lake three times as a demonstration of veneration, looking for favors of the Lord Shiva.[1] However, before taking a last plunge in the Mani Mahesh Lake, ladies aficionados take a plunge at the Gauri Khund, which is arranged about a mile shy of the lake while men clean up at Shiv Karotri a piece of the principle lake. The conviction is that Parvati, Shiva's partner showered at the Gauri Khund, while Shiva scrubbed down at the Shiv Karotri. State clerics of Bharmaur Brahmin family play out the love (Pujas) in all sanctuaries inside the lake areas

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Amid this period lakhs of travelers of all the age bunches from over the India and a couple of remote visitors perform Yatra. Manimahesh Yatra is an event of benefit and pride to the fans. Generally the yatra starts from the base camp at Bharmour, which is situated at a height of 7120 feet, 65 KM from the region head quarters of Chamba. At the base camp travelers pay regard at Chaurassi Temple and

Bharmani Mata Temple (3 KM from Bharmour) before setting on for the most exhausting 14KM long trek from Harsar (7000 feet) to heavenly Dal Lake(13500 feet). Manimahesh Yatra trek is a lofty up move from the initial step at Harsar and is undisputedly, the most troublesome. Guests achieve Harsar which is 13 Km from Bharmour in vehicles. According to crude gauge 3 - 4 lakh travelers visit the Dal amid yatra.

The course of trek is Harsar(0 KM) - Dunali(3 KM) - Dhanchho(6 KM) - Sundrassi(9 KM) - GauriKund(11 km) - Manimahesh Dal Lake (13 KM). To encourage and manage the yatra enroute, the locale organization designates segment officers/segment judges/police work forces/restorative and safeguard groups. Control rooms at Bharmour, Dhanchho and at Dal Lale are made useful day and night. Monstrous exercise is made to give sanitation and latrine offices. By and large, a traveler finishes his yatra in 2 - 3 days. For the office of stay courses of action, area organization pitches tents at Dhanchho, Gouri Kund and at Dal lake. Besides,local businesspeople and langarwalas do give safe house to the explorers. Amid this traverse of yatra, explorers stay presented to the vulnerabilities of whether fancies and wellbeing related issues. In perspective of the unanticipated accidents or normal disaster, it is desperately required that we keep a head check and brief data about every traveler. Up until now, there is no official and bona fide information or any data about the travelers who have played out this yatra in earlier year. To stay away from post calamity feedback and to refresh metro and law - arrange related issues, the need of an information base of pioneers is basic. Keeping this goal in view, region organization proposes to enroll the travelers this year. This will be absolutely a disconnected endeavor which can shape a reason for more innovation based arrangement so as to come. In wake of the judgment dated 13 - 12 - 2012 by the Hon'ble Apex court of India in suo moto writ appeal (Civil) No 284 of 2012, Court all alone movement Vs Union of India and others, wherein a mandate other than numerous others, was issued to State of Jammu and Kashmir and the Amarnath Ji Shrine Board to obligatory enlist the Amarnath Yatris for their wellbeing and comfort and the appalling Calamity of Uttrakhand, it is aphoristic that we make fundamental strides toward this path soon.

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