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Festivals in Bhutan

Wangdue Tsechu

Wangdue Tsechu  is celebrated in Wandgdue Phodrang Dzong-the second capital of Bhutan. The Dzong fortress lies on the contour of a hill overlooking the river.


Ura Tsechu

The Ura Tsechu is a five day festival which attracts a great number of local villagers. The festival is celebrated in the courtyard of Ura Lakhang Temple and comprise of series of masked dances performed by monks and laymen.


Thimphu Tsechu

Thimphu Tsechu, celebrated in the massive Tasicho Dzong is the largest of all the Tsechu festivals of Bhutan. Celebrated annually in the autumn season for a period of 3- 4 days, this festival is a ceremony of colors with a happy amalgamation of the changing nature and the many moods of the Bhutanese culture.


Tangbi Mani Festival

Tangbi Mani Festival - This is a four day festival performed in Tangbi Lhakhang, located in Tangbi village. This festival is organized by the people of three villages of Bumthang Valley-Tangbi, Goling  and  Kharsath and displays the rich cultural heritage of the sancient  Lhakhang.


Puankha Tsechu

The annual Punakha Tsechu festival is celebrated in the impressive Punakha Dzong-the former winter capital of Bhutan. The three day festival of Punakha is followed by Punakha Dromchoe Festival.


Paro Tsechu

Paro Tsechu is among the largest festivals of Bhutan and usually celebrated during spring. The festival is celebrated for four days in the impressive Paro Rinpung Dzong. There are a sequence of dances at Paro Tshechu. Most dances are the same as other Tshechus, but the sequence varies.


Nimalung Tsechu

The festival is held every year in the 5th month of the Bhutanese calendar, where the nine meters high and twelve meters wide Guru Rinpoche Thongdrol (large Scroll Painting) is unfurled. During the festival, a series of mask dances are performed.


Kurjey Tsechu

Kurjey Tsechu is celebrated in Kurjey Lakhang Temple of Bumthang. People of Jakar and Kurjey villages attend the Tsechu to pay obeisance to Guru Rinpoche who brought Buddhism to Bhutan.


Jambay Lakhang Drup

Jambay Lakhang Drup festival is celebrated in the courtyard of Jambay Lakhang Temple which is one of the 108 temples miraculously built by the Tibetan king Songsten Gampo overnight.

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