Thimphu Festival

The Thimphu Tshechu is a significant festival in Bhutan.  It was held in the nation’s capital city for three days on the 10th day of the 8th lunar month in honor of the Spiritual Master (Guru Padmasambhava). It included dance performances by monks and laypeople, which added color and variety without sacrificing the festival’s spiritual significance. Atsaras, who serve as guardians and are seen as more than just clowns, are also included at the festival. The Tshechu festival, a blend of culture, history, and nature, is featured on this in-depth tour, which provides a singular picture. Thousands of tourists attend the festival.