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The Paro Tshechu is the most popular religious festival drawing the largest number of tourists at a single time. The Tshechu offers the opportunity to see and mingle with the Bhutanes...
 
 
 
Punakha Dromchoe is an annual festival introduced by Zhabdrung, the founder of united Bhutan to commemorate the victories over the Tibetans. During the festival, the ‘pazaps’ or...
 
 
 
Jambay Lhakhang is one of 108 Buddhist temples built in the 8th century by the Tibetan king, Songtsen Gampo. Revered as one of the oldest landmarks of the arrival of Buddhism...
 
 
 
Ura is a beautiful village set amidst a pristine highland meadow. The village has retained its traditional character and holds its own festival that offers an insight into lives of the rural Bhutanese.
 
     
 
Thimphu is a unique capital with a blend of the modern and the ancient culture. The bustling modern town is surrounded by ancient temples and the Tashichhodzong, the seat of the...
 
         
 
The Crane festival is organized by local community group which entails lot of logistic arrangements and coordination usually involving several people including school children and...
 
         
 
A Tsechu is a Buddhist festival in honour of Buddhist Saint Padmasambhava, popularly known as ‘Guru Rimpoche’, the saint who was responsible for introducing Buddhism to Bhutan.