Mount Kailash is a one of the Holy Syncretism Mountain in the world. It has different believes according to different religion. It teaches to the peoples that religions are same only the way you believe is different. According to the Hindu’s Mythology, Lord Shiva spend his most of the time on the top of the Holy Mount Kailash, practicing Yoga austerities, joy and love with his divine consort Parbati (Mother of Mythology).
The Lake Mansarovar and the holy Mount Kailash are the SOUL of all AUM followers in the world.
“Conventional wisdom says a single circuit of Mt. Kailash wipes out the sins of a lifetime, 108 Parikramas guarantees enlightenment. A ritual bath in the sacred Mansarovar Lake will deliver a pilgrim to Brahma’s paradise and a drop drink of its water relinquishes the sins of hundred lifetimes.”
According to Buddhism the Tibet’s pre-Buddhist, shamanistic religion, call the mountain Tise and believe it to be the seat of the Sky Goddess Sipaimen whereas Bon myths regard Tise as the sign of a legendary 12th century battle of sorcery between the Buddhist sage Milarepa and the Bon shaman Naro Bon-chung. Milarepa’s defeat of the shaman displaced Bon as the primary religion of Tibet, firmly establishing Buddhism in its place. While the Buddha is believed to have magically visited Kailash in the 5th century BC, the religion of Buddhism only entered Tibet, via Nepal and India, in the 7th century AD. Tibetan Buddhists call the mountain Kang Rimpoche, the ‘Precious One of Glacial Snow’, and regard it as the dwelling place of Demchog (also known as Chakrasamvara) and his consort, Dorje Phamo. Three hills rising near Kang Rimpoche are believed to be the homes of the the Bodhisattvas Manjushri, Vajrapani, and Avalokiteshvara.
The Jain called Mount Kailash the mountain Austpath and believes it to be the place where Rishabha, the first of the twenty-four Tirthankaras attained liberation.