Thimphu Tsechu

Tsechu in Tibetan and Bhutanese languages means ‘tenth day’ of their calendar. It is always a good day to perform rituals, host gatherings and organize special events. In Bhutan, every district observes an annual festival on the tenth day of Bhutanese calendar in different months. The programme which usually goes on for three days is more than just a simple festival wherein we get to witness different mask dances. It is the occasion of reunion, the event to mark our distinct culture and the moment to celebrate and receive blessings. Thimphu Tsechu falls in the month of October. If you desire to see the uniqueness of Bhutanese culture, then visit Bhutan coinciding the Thimphu tsechu.

Paro Tshechu

Paro tshechu is held for five days on the 10th day of 2nd Bhutanese lunar month and ends of the 25th day. this festival offers a best opportunity to witness the Bhutanese’s rich culture and history. The tshechu is a religious event and by attending it, we believe that we will gain more merits in our lives. It is also a social gathering where the people come together to rejoice dressed in all their finery. One the last day, there will be a display of a gigantic thangka (tapestry) of Guru Rinpoche. We believe that just by seeing this giant scroll hung on the wall; viewers will get blessings and also will help in cleansing their sins.

Druk Wangyel Tshechu

Druk Wangyel Tshechu is a one day annual event that happen Dochula Pass which stands high at 3150m. The importance of this festival is that the dances are performed to celebrate the life His Majesty The Fourth King. It is also dedicated for the peace and prosperity of the people in Kingdom. It was at the command of Her Majesty Gyalyum Ashi Dorji Wangmo Wangchuck that the first tshechu was held. Scine then, it became an annual event. Druk Wangyel Tshechu means ‘Victory of Bhutan Festival’. In 2003, Bhutanese forced led by the Great Fourth King flushed out the Indian Militants who took refuge in our land. It was to mark this victory that this festival is observed.



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