Mount Kailash was meant to be a safe haven, an uninhabited place where no man would venture.
“Whoosh” and I wake up with a jolt. At a distance I can see a huge ball of fire.
I stand astounded.
What brought it here?
After some days the place is occupied by the remains of a humongous metal object. It appears familiar but I cannot make much out of it as we can merely see its dilapidated remains.
I often sit there gazing at the stars and wondering what brought it to these unconquered terrains.
Now, we fear for the possibility that the humans might arrive.
The thought makes me shudder.
I have loved these tranquil terrains which were left unscathed by them unlike anything else on this planet.
We have been living blissfully on the apex of this mystical mountain for years.
Is it time to fly to another planet?
(Mount Kailash is said to be the abode of Lord Shiva. Very few people have trekked to the top of Mount Kailash out of veneration for Lord Shiva and also owing to the difficult terrain. There are numerous theories around Mount Kailash and there have been reports that state that there have been sightings of UFO and that there is extraterrestrial life there. There are so many mysteries that the colossal Himalayan range engulfs.)