Day 1: Arrival
Day 2: Thimphu to Wangdiphodrang
Day 3: Wangdiphodrang Tsechu festival
Day 4: Wangdiphodrang to Punakha
Day 5: Punakha to Thimphu
Day 6: Thimphu to Paro
Day 7: Departure
It is a yearly festival to celebrate the great deeds of Guru Rinpoche, Bhutan’s supporter holy person who is credited for spreading the educating of Mahayana Buddhism in the Himalayan region. Tsechu celebrations are held each harvest time in each area of Bhutan. The dates of the festival differ from area to region and year to year. The festival are regularly held in Dzongs religious communities or sanctuaries.
Notwithstanding, the festival in Wangdue this year was held in a military camp since its fortification torched in 2012. Attending this religious celebration is an imperative piece of the spritual dedication for the Bhutanese. They trust that their participation would bring them favors and help them collect otherworldly merits.
Men assembled in the reasonable ground to witness a session of dash, one of the mainstream recreations among Bhutanese. Beautfiul girls wearing their finest kiras. Local people trust that wearing their finest for the celebration is another type of offering for the gods and may bring them endowments, fortunes and thriving. The center of the Tsechu celebration are the exhibitions of old religious veil moves that are for the most part performed by priests. The moves re-authorize the incredible occasions that occurred amid the life of Guru Riponche.
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