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Bhutan Festivals Tours



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Festivals in the Kingdom of Bhutan are happy and rich expressions of its ancient Buddhist culture. These religious festivals are locally known as Tsechu, which means 10th day of a month in Bhutanese lunar calendar corresponding to the birthday of Guru Rinphoche.
Bhutan Festivals Tours is one of the spirit of reverence, blessing, festivity and celebration which will help to explore  the rich cultural heritage of Bhutan. The Tsechu(A Buddhist festival in honour of Buddhist Saint Padmasambhava, popularly known as ‘Guru Rimpoche’, the saint who was responsible for introducing Buddhism to Bhutan) comes to life with colour, music, dance and drama as villagers and townspeople gather to witness the masked dances, sword dances and other sacred rituals.
Festivals in the Kingdom of Bhutan have a events, most of which are performed by monks in colourful and elaborate costumes bring blessings, to the onlookers, as well as instructing them about the Buddhist Dharma.

There are various Tsechus held all year around at temples, Dzongs and monasteries throughout Bhutan which are:

  1. Thimphu Tsechu Festivals
  2. Paro Tsechu Festival
  3. Punakha Tsechu Festival
  4. Bumthang Festival Tours
  5. Dochula Druk Wangyel Festival Tours
  6. Trongsa Festival Tours
  7. Haa Summer Festival
  8. Bumthang Ura Festival (Ura Yakchoe)
  9. Thimphu Drupchen Festival Tours
  10. Nomad Festival in Bumthang
  11. 11Night 12 Day Gomphu Kora Festival

 


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Festivals in the Kingdom of Bhutan are happy and rich expressions of its ancient Buddhist culture. These religious festivals are locally known as Tsechu, which means 10th day of a month in Bhutanese lunar calendar corresponding to the birthday of Guru Rinphoche.

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