Gangdise Shan

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The Gangdise Shan, Gangdisê Range, Gangdisi Mountains, Gangdese Range, Kailas Range or Kailash Range is a mountain range on the Tibetan Plateau in Tibet and the Tibet Autonomous Region.

Geography[edit]

It is the western subrange of the Transhimalaya System. The Nyenchen Tanglha is the eastern subrange.

One of the Gangdise Shan's peaks, Mount Kailash, is a sacred place in four religions.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Encyclopædia Britannica.com: Kailas Range (Gangdise Shan)