Paro Tshechu is held in the beginning of 10th Day of 2nd Bhutanese lunar month and ends on the 15th day and in 2020 it is from April 4-8. The festival offers opportunities to witness the Bhutanese’s unique culture and history. Attending the festival, it is believe that one gains merits.
Trongsa Tshechu Festival Date: 10 th Dec - 13 th Dec, 2020 11 Days - 10 Nights of Bhutan Festival Tour. Trongsa district, the sacred and temporal heart of the country is a two day journey from Thimphu. Situated in central Bhutan, it was once the seat of power over central and eastern regions.
Thimphu Tshechu is a major festival in Bhutan held in the capital city for three days starting from 10th day of the 8th month of lunar calendar. It was first initiated by the 4th Desid, Gyalse Tenzin Rabgay in 1867. During the Tshechu, the traditional Bhutanese dances are also presented to the crowds. One attraction of the tshechu is the Wang Zhey, a folk dance from the Thimphu valley. Thimphu.
If you do decide to take a Bhutan festival tour, then attend the famous Jakar Tshechu festival. The Jakar Tshechu is held at the Jakar Dzong (a fortress like structure used for various purposes, from administrative to religious) in Bumthang. It is also known as the “dzong of the white bird” and rests atop a hillock which overlooks Chamkhar.
So it is possible for you to do a four days visit just to attend the festival. If the festival is taking place in Eastern Bhutan, you would have to visit Bhutan for a minimum of 10 days. Secondly, Paro and Thimphu Festivals take place in spring and autumn respectively, 2 of the best seasons to visit Bhutan.
Domkhar Tshechu is a 3 days festival, which includes chams and dances which are performed by the local people of Domkhar village. The chams include mainly the Peling Chams (composition of Terton Pema Lingpa). On the last day of the festival, the lhakhang displays large thongdrols to bless the people of Domkhar village. Contact Person. District Culture Officer: 03-631539 Gup Office, Chumey: 03.
Thimphu Tshechu (5 days) ITINERARY. Day 1: Arrive at Paro International Airport and Drive to Thimphu. After the most spectacular and exciting landing, our assigned tour guide and a driver will receive you at the airport. You will be headed to Thimphu (the capital city of Bhutan) from Paro along the fast-flowing rivers. On arrival, you will check in to one of the 3-star. In the afternoon, you.
Thimphu Festival - Thimphu Tshechu. Place: Tashi Chho Dzong, Thimphu. Date: 4 days in September or October. Thimphu Tsechu Festival has been celebrated since 1670 to commemorate the birth of Guru Rinpoche. It is one of the biggest festivals in Bhutan with almost the whole citizens of Thimphu and thousands of domestic and foreign tourists joining in.