On their west side is a vast peak named Kailasa, which the Hindus suppose to be the residence of the Gods.
O Kunti's son, thou hast heard what the sage (Lomasa) had said regarding mount Kailasa.
Beyond the summit of this Kailasa cliff, is seen the path of the celestial sages.
The White mountain is another name of Kailasa, the peak where Siva hath his abode.
The Kailasa temple possesses sculptures of scenes from the 'Ramayana' and the 'Mahabharata.'
All around were swan-white mansions, lofty domes and turrets high, Like the peaks of white Kailasa cleaving through the azure sky!