Suvraga Khairkhan mountain
Suvraga Khairkhan (Mongolian:"stupa holy mountain") is a mountain in the Tsenkher sum, Arkhangai province in Mongolia.
It has an elevation of 3,117 m (10,226 ft) and a mountain of the Khangai Mountains range. The mountain feed the rivers Orkhon, Tamir and Tsetserleg. The mountain is regional sacred mountain in Mongolia. Its center lies at a latitude of 47.1666700 and longitude of 101.4166700
One of the some state worshipped holy mountain and The State Worshipping Ceremony takes place on top of the Suvraga khairkhan mountain every four years.