Chomo Lhari

Chomo Lhari

(chŏmŏlhŭ`rē, chōməlhä`rē), peak, 23,997 ft (7,314 m) high, on the Bhutan-China border, in the Himalayas. It is sacred to the Tibetans.
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Gazing upon such an inspiring vision, it was easy to understand why the summit of Bhutan's sacred mountain Chomo Lhari, rising to twenty-four thousand feet, was considered an abode of the gods.