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Vedic Himalayan adventure (P) Ltd. is a well established , well founded travel adventure and trek operator agent. which has been operating this buisness since long time in Nepal . This travel adventure company is loacated at heart s of Capital city Kathmandu Near Thamel, Kapurdhara .Our company is backed up by fluent English speaking professionals with years of experience in (trekking and vacation travel). We are committed in providing our clients with the best service at the best price in the tourism and hospitality industry. Our company has been duly registered with Nepal Government and also a member of Nepal Tourism Board (NTB), Trekking Agent Association of Nepal (TAAN) ,Society of Travel and Tour Operators Nepal(SOTTO), Nepal Chamber of Commerce (NCC) and Village Tourism Promotion Forum (VITOF).

Within years of its services, Vedic Himalayan has earned an excellent position in this market. We at Vedic Himalayan are passionate travelers and create memorable holidays. We are enthusiastic about creating enhanced experience for our travelers enabling them set out on their dream holidays. Our challenge is to satisfy your expectations by offering the best value for your money and to make your trip to Nepal and its neighboring country be an unforgettable moment.

"The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page".NEPAL has an excellent reputation as a travel destination with a rich cultural divesity.No other region on earth offers the diversity you'll discover in the Nepal with spectacular natural sights, wildlife’s, challenging and rewarding activities being mountain climbing, expedition, jungle safari, elephant riding, trekking, hiking, rafting, bungee jumping, paragliding, mountain biking and tourism related services.We believe that we will be able to organize tour and deliver travel related services in the best possible way.We believe in the policy that of Excellent customer service is the number one job in any company! It is the personality of the company and the reason customers come back. Without customers there is no company!

Meaning of Himalaya and Vedic:

Himalaya: Himalaya literally translates as the abode of the snow. It has also called the heart of soul of the god( Devatma). Himalaya is a home to number of yoga Linages. Most of the Himalayas name from the god and goddess i.e, GauriShankar, Annapurna, Kumbakarna, Ganesh GangaJumana, Barah Shikhar etc.

The body of glaciers and lakes represents the sublime knowledge and the melted snow that forms their waters captures the essence of divine grace bestowed from the mountains. Therefore the glacier is adored as the body of Knowledge.

Puranas: Himalaya refer it as a Sumeru mountain and sometime they refer it as a Golden mountain. This should not be mistaken as a mountain with gold. They refer this because when sun rises in that location, and its reflection on the mountain gives this golden colour and hence its name. 

Even in Devi purana, there is a reference about Shuka Deva attaining Moksha at Himalaya and they say even now, when someone goes to Kailasha one could hear the echo of God Shuka Deva.

Vedha/ Vedic: Knowledge

The Sanskrit word for knowledge is vidya, which can be used to describe both intellectual knowledge obtained through study (apara vidya) and spiritual or higher knowledge (para vidya). The Hindu goddess who personifies knowledge is known as Vidya.

To attain this spiritual knowledge, various meditation techniques may be used. Dating back to ancient times, some of these methods were popularized in the 20th century through the Techniques of Knowledge by Prem Rawat (Maharaji):
  1. Focus on sight – This technique is intended to open the divine inner eye. The thumb and middle finger are placed on the eyes and the forefinger touches the middle of the forehead (location of the inner eye).
  2. Focus on sound – In this second technique, the ears are sealed off by the thumbs, then the practitioner listens to the silence and inner voice.
  3. Focus on breath – Western cultures recognize this technique as a key component of yoga practice. The practitioner concentrates on feeling the inhale and exhale while meditating.
  4. Focus on taste – This final technique is an advanced mudra (gesture or seal), also known as khecari mudra, which is designed to awaken spiritual energies. The tongue is rolled back and up into the nasal cavity above the soft palate. Symbolically, the tongue tastes the knowledge of the third eye energy center.

The Vedas are a collection of teachings, hymns, rituals and poems. There are four Vedas in total, the oldest of which is the "Rig Veda" that dates back to approximately 1500 B.C.E. It is here that the word, “yoga,” is first used and defined.

The four Vedas are:
  1. "Rig Veda" - the most important Veda. It contains mantras and hymns for happiness, health and wisdom, including the famous Gayatri mantra.

  2. "Sama Veda" - a collection of musical hymns and mantras that form the basis for kirtan, the devotional chanting of Bhakti yoga.

  3. "Yajur Veda" - the instructional handbook for the technical aspects of ceremonies, sacrificial acts and worship of the deities. This is used by Vedic priests.

  4. "Atharva Veda" - a collection of magical rites and spells to dispel demons and disease, as well as hymns for marriage and cremation.

  5. Rigveda 10.121.4 and Madhyandin Yajurveda 25.12 mention Himalayas as ‘Himavanta’ | The mountains covered with snow, as well as the rivers and seas praise Prajapati. Madhyandin Yajurveda 24.30, again mentions it as or the Himalayas. Aitareya Brahmanam .Whatever the kings of the kingdoms of northern Kuru and northern Madra, in the upper parts of Himalayas, are coronated with Vairaaja, and are called as Viraat, after coronation.

  6. Atharvaveda mentions Himalayas, and its rivers more often, than other vedas. But still, it is peculiar that Vedas have given much less space to Himalayas.

  7. But there is no special significance or religious importance given to Himalayas in the vedas. They are stated just as snow clad mountains, in the north, and even the source of some rivers. It may be because the elixir of ‘Soma’ used to grow on some other mountain, called as ‘Moojavan’, and not Himalayas.

  8. Puranas describe Himalayas in detail, with many pilgrimage places in the mountains, and the significance of the mountains as well as the rivers coming from them. Skanda Purana has one part of it known as ‘Kedar Khand’ devoted to Himalayas and the pilgrimage centres therein. Mahabharata has described it much in the ‘Van parva’ as well as in a few other places. Many other Purana, while describing the pilgrimage centres, as well as the story of Shiva, describe

  9. The Himalayan mountains have been personified as Himavat, Himavant, Himavana, Himaraja and Parvateshwar and have been referenced as Himavat Mountains. Himavat was the ruler of Himalaya Kingdom of Ancient India, according to the Mahabharata.
    Himavat has been said to be the father of Goddess Parvati and Goddess Ganga. His wife is Vedic Minavati, the daughter of Mount Meru.

  10. Arjuna was mentioned to have made an expedition to the kingdoms in the mountainous Himalayan regions . Having conquered all the Himalayas and the Nishkuta mountains and arriving at the White mountains, he encamped on its breast (2 ) Pandavas  saw with delight the extensive domains of Suvahu, situated on the Himalayas, abounding in horses and elephants, densely inhabited by the Kiratasand the Tanganas, and crowded by hundreds of Pulindas. (Pandavas were mentioned as mining gold from the gold mines of Himalayas 
    Himalaya kingdom was a mountainous country in Himalayas mentioned in the Puranas. Himavat was its ruler. His daughter Parvati, who became a wife of Lord Siva, was a princess from this kingdom. The Indian epic Mahabharatadoesn't mention a kingdom named Himalaya, but mentions many kingdoms in the Himalaya mountains like the Kulinda Kingdom, Parvata Kingdom ,Nepa kingdom, Kirata Kingdom,Kimpurusha kingdom, Kinnara Kingdom etc.
Vedic History:

Hindus regard Himalayas as an abode of God Shiva and hence is  regarded very sacred. Ancient Hindu scripture, Rig Veda, has referred  to Himalaya as a deity. It is believed that a sage from India through  meditation saw the image of Himalaya ranges in the stomach of Lord  Krishna, the eight incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Sama Veda has also  inscribed Himalaya as the centre of the earth. Mahabharat boasts that  Yudhishtra, the eldest brother of Panch Pandav, ascended Himalaya peaks  to reach heaven and this pursuit is known as Swargarohini. Swarga means  heaven and Arohini means ascent. Skanda Purana, sacred Hindu scripture,  says that one can get free of all the sins by merely looking at  Himalayas. From ancient times, sages used to travel to great Himalaya  for meditation and spiritual enlightment. 
In Tibet, Himalayas is worshipped as mother of the earth and looked  upon as the greatest source of inspiration and perseverance. According  to Tibetan mythology, Bodhisattva made an outlet through Himalaya and  with this originated Tsangpo, great river of Tibet.   

The best answer of this question can be experienced best by the questioner if he/she goes for a travel in Himalayas of Nepal. While you are walking or travelling through the himalayas, you would see only nature, forests, hills, birds, animals, blue skies, lakes, ponds, tall trees etc. You can feel the cold air blowing there, this make you feel cool and let you mull over the beauty.

When you reach at highest, you feel like that you have got all the things, after a long walk in with the difficult journey. There is a saying that, difficult roads often lead to the beautiful destinations.
Travelling through the himalayas isn't a easy task. You can see everything struggling for surviving, treed, herbs, birds, animals and even people. The environment is peaceful and as well the people too.
Our Veidic civilization, 5000 years old, also believes that himalayas are the spiritual zone it is also because only sages and saints could sustain living with cold. The himalayas are peaceful too. So for meditation, himalayas used to be best place, at that time and even today also. Still it is believed that Shiva and Parwati lives in Kailash, himalayas.

It is also spiritual because the Eastern people believes that, human evolved from Himalayas. Simply we can say himalayas are spiritual zone.
It is a place where ascetics went to get away from the crowds and find peaceful places to practice. It is easier to find places in the mountains to hideaway. Anyway that is my opinion.
Throughout the history some locations were considered more spiritual than say some other location but as a Buddhist I am more inclined to think that what we do with our mind is more important then where we do our practice.
We should be more focused on what we do as practice to awaken ourselves. If the practice explains the “How” things work and makes you a better person then the location where you do it does not matter.
Hinduism has often been termed "a way of life" and in India spirituality is evident wherever one turns. According to Bhagavad gita 4.13, it is said that 

catur-varnyam maya srstam 

which means "According to the three modes of material nature and the work ascribed to them, the four divisions of human society were created by Me."

Krishna teaches in the Gita that people are allocated to a specific varna according to two criteria, namely (1) guna (personal qualities) and (2) karma(aptitude for a type of work). He makes no mention of varna being determined by birth. The purpose of the Varnasrama social system is to provide a structure which allows people to work according to their natural tendencies and to organize society so that everyone, regardless of their position, makes spiritual advancement.