Essay On Mountain Mountains

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TALLEST MOUNTAINS IN THE WORLD. John Muir, in his book “The Mountains of California” talks about mountains and the Glory Mountains can bring in human life. He says, “Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. Nature's peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The winds will blow their own freshness into you and the storms their energy, while cares will drop away from you like the leaves of autumn.” As a matter of fact, they are great thing that grace our mother nature and fills our lives with extraordinary vigor, glorifying the nations where they erect as the pride of those very nations. When it comes to their size, they are of different silhouettes. Some are small mountains that can be penetrated at a stretch or in a day’s time, while some are breathtakingly giant ones…show more content…
In addition, it embraces an important place in mythology, religious ritual of local iinhabitants. Kangchenjunga is the third tallest mountain in the world. It too has gathered different names: people of Limbu ethinity in Nepal call it Sewalungma meaning “mountains to which we offer our greetings”. Similarly,by Kirat Mundhum ,it has for very long been regarded sacred and pure place . With an elevation of 8,586 meters, it lies within the eastern Himalayas sharing the border between Sikkim state of northeastern India and eastern part of Nepal, Darjiling. Besides, it erects very elegantly as a part of great Himalaya range, having a massif in the form of an enormous cross. According to experts, it is composed of rocks made of Neoproterozoic that belongs to Ordovician age which is believed to be about 445 million to 1 billion years old. Furthermore, the mountain bears certain fluctuation in its climate: Its glaciers gather heavy snow fall during the summer monsoon season. It gathers lighter snowfall during the
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