Manasarowar

Manasarowar

 

Manam Tso, a lake on the Plateau of Tibet, in southwestern China. Area, about 520 sq km; maximum depth, 82 m. It lies at an elevation of 4,557 m in an intermontane valley that is bordered on the south by the Greater Himalayas and on the north by the Kailas Range. In years with heavy precipitation the lake is drained by a short (10 km) stream into Lake Langak (in the Satlaj River basin). There are hot springs and sites of religious pilgrimages near Manasarowar.

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The Indus River rises in the Tibetan Plateau north of Lake Manasarowar, at elevation 18,000 feet (5500 m) in the Kailas Glacial Range.
Major nw himalayan rivers: The Indus River rises into the Tibetan Plateau north of Lake Manasarowar, at 5500 m elevation, in the Kailas Glacial Range.
Kailash and Manasarowar lake in southwestern Tibet.
We should then hear of Lake Manasarowar and Mount Kailas, which is not the case, although we are told they crossed Kumaun.
Measured from these various sources, the length of the Langchen will be--from the Darma Yankti head of the Chukar, about 230 miles; from the head of the Serchu, behind Kailash, 245 miles; from the furthest affluents of Manasarowar on the S.