Kailash range is regarded as the sacred mountains by four religions. That is Bon, Tibetan Buddhism, Hinduism, and Ancient Jainism. Gang Rinpoche means "mountain of gods" in Tibetan. It is called Kailāsa Parvata in Sanskrit, and means "Shiva's paradise". It is speculated from the records in the Indian and the Tibetan historical books, people’s pilgrimage of Mount Kailash can be traced back to 1000 BC. In religious believes, climbing mount Kailash will offend the gods, and climbing to the kailasam mountain summit without authorization will not only trigger local people's dissatisfaction but also cause pilgrims' condemnation from the world. In a word, this mountain is something in people's souls. In order to respect the faith, no one is allowed to climb it.