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Check out this stunning drone video from some of the most remote reaches of Chinese Tibet, compliments of contributor Edinz. The video features footage from the following locations in the Ngari Prefecture, the westernmost of the province: Lake Manasarovar, Yamdrok Yumtso Lake, the Tarongcuo River, Lake Zabuye, Lake Trari Nam, Mt. Kailsh, Lake Tangra Yumco, Lake Jargö (Qiagui Co), Renqingxiubu Lake, Siling Lake, Zhada Earth Forest, the Zhongba Desert, and Lake Rakshastal (La'nga Co).
Description: Not sure why 4k is not showing so re-upload the video Have a soul tour at Ngari Tibet. Located in west Tibet, Ngari Prefecture borders India, Nepal and Kashmir. As world’s least populous prefecture, it covers 300,000 square kilometers at an average of 4,500 meters above sea- level. Ngari is also the birthplace of many major rivers, therefore dubbed “ancestry of all rivers” and “origin of all springs” . World famous rivers originating from here include Yarlung Zangbo River, India River and Henghe River. The highest peak in Gangdise Mountain range, Mt. Kailash zigzags into a pyramid shape, averaging 6,656 meters above sea-level. In Tibetan language, Kailash means “mountain of gods and goddesses”. This mountain is worshiped as the sacred center of the universe for Buddhists, Hindus and Jains. There are three famous sacred lakes in this region: Lake Manassarovar, Yamdrok Yumtso Lake and Lake Namtso. The first two are featured at the beginning of this video.