無熱池

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The lake without heat, or cold lake, called Mānasarovara, or Mānasa-saro-vara, ‘excellent mānasa lake,’ or modern Manasarovar, 31° N., 81° 3 E., ‘which overflows at certain seasons and forms one lake with’ Rakas-tal, which is the source of the Sutlej. It is under the protection of the nāga-king Anavatapta and is also known by his name. It is said to lie south of the Gandha-mādana mountains, and is erroneously reputed as the source of the four rivers Ganges, Indus, Śītā (Tārīm River), and Oxus.

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