By Nepalko on October 12, 2017
It is located in the southernmost point of Tibet near the Nepal–Tibet border and is one of the pilgrimage sites for Hindu and Buddhist religions as it is stated as Lord Shiva's lake and the idol of Lord Shiva at the mid of the lake makes it true to some extent. It is known as "Pamchu" in Tibet and as "Manslu Ochu" in China. In Newari culture, a 5-day trek called "Silu" to destination Man Sarowar is performed for a single dive in it to wash out all the sins. It is believed that a "married couple" should not go to the lake together.