Nyainqentanglha Mountains of Nagqu - Top Tibet Attraction
Located on the south of Lake Namtso and 100 kilometers to the north of Lhasa, is Nyainqentanglha the highest peak in Nagqu Prefecture. The holy peak is not only discribe as attraction scence but also that Nyainqentanglha and the Namstso Lake are known to be lovers and couples of life and death.
The 7,117 meters is wreathed by cloud and mist all the year round and frequented by wrathful lighting and peals of thunder, the snow-capped Nyainqentanglha stands mysteriously tall and upright over plains, gorges and other snow mountains.
The local folklore has it that in Nyainqentanglha there is a mysterious crystal palace. The palace door, inlaid with all kinds of precious stones, is dazzlingly brilliant. The palace itself, with the top surrounded by white clouds and the middle wreathed by colorful mist and light, is floating over the sea of amrita, with colorful fresh flowers flourishing around.
On Nyainqentanglha peak, a deity rides on a holy horse, but only some saints can see it. This fair skinned, three-eyed, handsome and princely diety wears a tri-colored dress of satin, the smock laminated with rare stones and pearls. For those with eyes to see, this guardian is smiling at them as he clasps a stunning string of crystal prayer beads in his left hand while holding a rattan scourge overhead, a warning, a complex message only some can understand