We would like to inform that members of our Kailash Mansarovar Heli Tour 2011 fixed departure groups will get an opportunity to meet revered Hindu spiritual guru and Mahayogi Pilot Baba.
About Pilot Baba
Pilot Baba, a Mahayogi and revered Hindu spiritual leader, was known as Kapil Singh before he turned to spiritualism. He was a pilot of the Indian Air Force and during the 1965 India-Pakistan war, he flew several sorties over Pakistani territory. Reports say his bombings killed many. But he decided to leave that life after he had a near death experience while flying a MiG aircraft in 1966. According to him when the controls failed he had a vision of his guru Hari Baba. He appeared in the cockpit of the plane and helped him land safely. After that experience he decided to become a Mahayogi and travel the world spreading the message of Love, Samadhi and Self realisation. His followers believe that Pilot Baba has special healing powers. He is famous for performing Samadhi, or death by interment. He claims to have buried himself in the Samadhi ceremony more than 100 times.
Pilot Baba will be in travelling to Kailash from 22nd June to 1st July 2011.If you wish to get his ‘darshan‘, join our ‘Kailash Mansarovar Heli Tour’ fixed departure groups.
Our departure dates for 2011 are as follows;
1st Group- 18-29 June (Meeting with Pilot Baba on 26th June at Manasarovar)
2nd Group- 19-30 June (Meeting with Pilot Baba on 27th June at Darchen)
3rd Group (Pilot Baba’s Group) – 22 June- 1 July
4th Group- 26 June- 7 July (Meeting with Pilot Baba on 30th Manasarovar
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Kailash Manasarovar Yatra holds immense religious values for the Hindus. Believed to be the abode of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati, Mt. Kailash is claimed to be the apex of the Hindu religious axis. Lord Shiva or Bhola Baba is the most beloved among the thousands of Hindu deities. Hence, there are uncountable devotees who take on this tour to receive the blessings of Lord Shiva and attain spiritual contentment.
Completing a Kora (Parikrama) around Mt. Kailash is believed to erase the sins of a lifetime. To complete the Kailash pilgrimage, one should bathe in the sacred Lake Manasarovar, which lies only 30km from Mt Kailash. According to Hindu Mythology, it was formed in the mind of Brahma, and the Goddess Parvati is believed to have taken the form of the lake Manasarovar. Even drinking the waters of the lake frees a human being from sins of all kind as well as illness. Myth has it that the Gods come to bathe every morning in this lake between 3 to 5 am and this time is called ‘Brahmamuhurta’. Another legend has it that Parashuram’s ashram is situated on a hill, on the banks of Manasarovar.
Kailash Yatra begins with an hour flight from Kathmandu, Nepalgunj and Simikot, followed by an exciting helicopter ride to the Tibet-Nepal Border. A 4WD landcruiser or tourist coach transfers you to Lake Manasarovar, where your spiritual journey begins.