Mountain Khumbila is one of the most popular peak climbing in Nepal.
moreover, roughly translated as “God of Khumbu” is one of the high Himalayan peaks in the Khumbu region of Eastern Nepal within the boundaries of Sagarmatha National Park Considered too sacred to be climbed by most local Sherpa people, the mountain is considered home to the patron God of the local area. the mountain overlooks the famous southern approaches to its larger neighbours including Ama Dablam and Mount Everest.
Similarly,Khumbila is said to have been subdued and converted to Buddhism by Guru Rimpoche the 8th-century saint who spread Buddhism throughout the Himalaya . In fact, Guru Rimpoche is said to have spent some time meditating in a cave above Khunde perhaps on the mountain Khumbila itself. Chortens often house sacred relics, such as the ashes of a holy man, and are places of meditation.You can capture the mysteries and magnificence of the Himalayas except experience.