There are infinite high mountains in Tibet, and ancient Tibetans believed that Gods resided on every one of them. The worship of mountain Gods was one in all the foremost vital types of faith among ancient Tibetans; it absolutely was basic to their entire belief system. Each mountain God possessed his own territory and was responsible of specific affairs. Around every God sprang up myths, legends, sacrificial rites and procedures. Analysis of Tibetan mountain God worship should lead to a fuller understanding of Tibetan mythology, and to a vision of the larger structures of that mythology.The mountain Gods have immense Power and rule all different Deities; this Power stems from their management of weather Phenomena-the wind, the clouds, thunder, hail, and so on.