Paro Tshecu is one of the most popular tsechu that is celebrated in Bhutan. It is held in either May or April, corresponding to second lunar month of Bhutanese calendar.
Thimphu Tshechu is not just popular among the locals, but also among tourist and foreigners. It is also an occasion for the families, friends and relatives to gather together
The winter residence of the chief abbot and the central monastic body and situated bettwen the two river, Punakha Dzong is perhaps the one of the most spectacular Dzong in the country. The Punakha Tshechu follows right after its century old Dromchoe
Jakar Tshechu is held in the courtyard of Jakar Dzong, Located on the hilltop overlooking the choekhor. It is one of the most popular event in the country. Jakar Dzong literally means fortress of the White Bird’
Overlooking the meandering Puna Tsangchu river, Wangdue Tshechu is one of the popular festivals of the western Bhutan. Wangdue and held sometimes in the month of September/October.
Trongsa Tshechu Held at the courtyard of Trongsa Dzong, the seat of powerful Trongsa Penlop, Trongsa Tshechu brings together locals from east and west and the union of tourist in the festive mood
It is one of the most popular festival in Chhoekhor valley under Bumthang Dzongkhag, mainly because of its unique fire purification rituals.
Tamzhing Phala Choepa
Held at the Tamzhing monastery in Bumthang. The Tamzhing monastery follows the Peling tradition established by Terton Pema Lingpa.
Jambay Lakhang Drub
Jambay Lakhang Drub is held at the Jambay Lakhang, one of the oldest Lakhang in Bhutan. It is believed that the Lakahang was built in 7th Century
Kuje Lakhang Festival
Kuje Tshechu is held at the courtyard of Kuje Lakhang, the oldest and the most scared monastery in Bhutan. Kuje literally means ‘body imprint’.
Tang Namkha Rabney
This three-day annual ritual commemorates the establishment of Namkha lhakhang in Tang Valley, Bumthang by Lama Namkha Samdrup, hence the name Rabney
The annual festival is held at the Prakar Lhakhang in Chummi gewog in Bumthang. Several kinds of mask dances are performed during the festival.
Mongar is located in the east of Bhutan some 460 Km away from Thimphu, The capital city. It is one of the largest Dzongkhag in the country and inhabitant of this district are called Sharchokpa
Gomphu Kora Tshechu
Gomphu Kora Tshechu is perhaps one of the most popular and celebrated festivals of the east. It is held at a sacred place called Gomphu Koara under Trashigang Dzongkhag
Trashigang is located some 700 Km away from Thimphu, Capital city. It is one of the biggest district in Bhutan and hub of eastern Bhutan. Travelling to Trashigang is no more tiresome
Haa Summer Festival
Haa lies to the west of Bhutan at an distance of 112 Km away from Thimphu, the Capital City. It is one of the smallest Dzongkhag and the people of this place usually rear cattle and yak
Gangtey Valley is in Phobjikha and it lies at an altitude of 3000 meters above the sea level and is home to the endangered Balck-necked crane. It is also a home to Gangtey Goenpa,
Gangtey Valley is in Phobjikha and it lies at an altitude of 3000 meters above the sea level and is home to the endangered Balck-necked crane. It is also a home to Gangtey Goenpa