Location of Himalayas
Being one of the highest mountain peaks in the world, the Almighty Himalayas covers the major region of Asia. The Himalayas range originates in Pakistan extended across countries like Bhutan, Nepal, India and China.
Himalayas is an amazing combination of beautiful nature consisting of mountains covered with glaciers and deep valleys. The location of Mount Everest is at 8,848m above sea level. Along with valleys and glaciers, we can find few of the world’s major rivers here like Ganges, Indus and Brahmaputra.
Additionally, the word “Himalaya” has a meaning “House of snow“. The enormous height of Himalayas is a major reason that splits the Indian and Chinese people from each other. Moreover, it is one of the most adorable travel destinations of world. Also, the Himalayas have a achromatic effect on the weather of the subcontinents of Asia and the Tibetan plateau. Further more, they prevents the freezing wind to blow which keeps the Asia much warmer than other continents.
The Himalayas is not only a tourist destinations, but also has a religious value as in Hinduism. It is symbol of God Himavat who was the father of goddess Ganga and Parvati. As well as, most of the places in Himalayas have their religious effect in different regions. Paro Taktsang is one of the significant example of Buddhism religion in Bhutan.
Most of all, whenever we plan a trip, the first place that strikes our mind is the Almighty Himalayas. As a matter of fact, it is a perfect replica of meadows, runnel, waterfalls, forests and mountains. After all, there are the heavenly beautiful places in the Himalayas that provides harmony and confinement to our mind. These places are Malana, Leh-Ladakh, Kasol, Andretta, Spiti Valley, Tirthan Valley, Borong, Lachung, Ziro, Kalpeshwar and Tapovan. In fact, these places are most favorable to visit from late October to early May. In addition, there are tour packages for the tourists which takes care of everything that one need on a trip.