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Colourful Festival In Bhutan

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Festival Date : 2017-11-25 to 2017-11-28

Venue : Mongar Dzong, Mongar

The most exciting local event in Mongar is the annual three-day Tshechu that is held every November. People from as far as Trashigang and Lhuentse witness it. There are numerous local Tshechus in this region all with their own unique dances and traditions. They occur at various times throughout the year so visitors can be assured that no matter when they visit a fantastic and colorful local festival will be taking place.


Festival Date : 2017-11-26 to 2017-11-29

Venue : Trashigang Dzong, Trashigang

Trashigahg Dzong was built by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel in the year 1651 and now houses the district administrative seat of the district and the central monk body. The dzong commands a remarkable view of the surrounding countryside and has played a pivotal role in the history of the country by defending the province from several Tibetan attracts that were launched from Tawang in Aurnachal Pradesh (India). There are many festival held in this region and among them Trashigang Tshechu or festival is the most important one. The three days festival highlight many religious mask dance and other religious cultural dance. People from all over Trashigang and the neighboring district of Trashi Yangtse and Samdrup Jongkhar attend the festival. The festival last for three days and the grand one is the final day where the giant thongdrol (scroll) of Guru Tshegay was unfurled for the public to receive blessing and pray for the health, wellbeing and protection from evil forces.


Festival Date : 2017-11-26 to 2017-11-28

Venue : Trashiyangtse Dzong, Trashiyangtse

The annual Trashiyangtse Tshechu is one of the most popular religious festival in Trashiyangtse. The festival is held in Trashiyangtse Dzong for three days. The festival is the celebration of the birth anniversary of Guru Rinpoche who visited Bhutan in the eight century. Guru Rinpoche was believed to visited many sites in Trashiyangtse and there are several amazing stories related to Guru Rinpoche and his activities in eastern Bhutan. During this three-day festival the monks performed many sacred mask dances along with cultural and religious dances. This annual festival is witnessed by thousands of people and more over during this three-day festival both local and visitors pay their homage and respect to Guru Rinpoche. 


Festival Date : 2018-03-02 to 2018-03-02

Venue : Chorten Kora, Trashiyangtse

The legend states that ‘a young girl from Tawang (India), believed to have been a Khandrom (dakini) agreed to be buried alive inside the Chorten. For this reason, a ritual known as Dakpa Kora is organized every year where hundreds of people from Tawang (Arunachal Pradesh, India)  known as the Dakpas and the local Bhutanese comes together to remember the living sacrificial death of the girl, pray and circumambulate. Moreover, the biggest activities during the festival is the circumambulating the Chorten Kora. This annual festival attracts many visitors from all around the country. It also provides visitors an opportunity to explore the unique cultural traditions of the eastern Bhutan and the colorful textile, which is famous in the eastern Bhutan. 


Festival Date : 2018-03-25 to 2018-03-26

Venue : Gomphu Kora, Trashiyangtse

The sanctity of the two-day religious festival even draws the Dakpa tribe from neighboring Arunachael Pradesh (India). They endure days of travel on foot through rugged environs with entire families in tow. Some say the Dakpas have done this for more than a millennium, beginning shortly after Guru Padmasambhava sanctified the place in the 8th century A.D. The Guru is attributed to have said that devotees will flock to Gomphu Kora for eons to celebrate the triumph of good over evil.


Festival Date : 2018-12-15 to 2018-12-19

Venue : Lhuentse Dzong, Lhuentse

Almost every village in Lhuentse boasts of festivals that are unique and distinct from those in other communities in Bhutan. Two notable festivals are the Cha and the Ha festivals. They are celebrated to honor the deities and avert misfortunes. However, the most important festival is the annual three-day festival. The Tshechu is normally celebrated in the month of November and draws large numbers of people together for the religious celebrations. During the Tshechus attendees can cleanse their sins by watching masked dances and can also receive blessings from sacred relics that are publicly displayed.  One of the most interesting and visually appealing aspects of these Tshechus is the colorful attire of Kushithara that Lhuentse is famous for. You will come across various intricate and beautiful patterns of Kira and rich ornaments on display.

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