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Paro Tsechu Festival 2018 (7 Days)

A view of Paro Dzong

A view of Paro Dzong

The Paro Tshechu is an annual event held every spring and is by far the most popular pageantry in Bhutan with the unfurling of the world’s biggest Thangka or Thongdrel.

During the festival, mask dances to commemorate the deeds of the great saint Guru Rinpoche are performed. The dances invoke the deities of the tantric teachings – who through their powers and blessings remove misfortunes by suppressing all evil spirits.

While the locals attend the colorful festival to gain merit, visitors travel from far and near to witness the spectacular display of color, age-old traditions, and tantric Buddhist rituals.

The event inside Paro Rinpung Dzong commences with monks performing the Shingje Yab Yum – the dance of the lord of death (Shingje) and his consort. This is followed by Durdag – the dance of the lords of the cremation grounds, after which, the dance of the black hats, Shanag, and the dance of the drums from Drametse (Drametse Ngacham) are performed.

The festival in 2018 is scheduled to be held from the 27th to 31st of March 2018.

To experience this unique festival write to us at info@littlebhutan.com 

Day 1: Arrive in Paro, drive to Thimphu
Day 2: Thimphu sights
Day 3: Excursion to Punakha valley
Day 4: Drive to Paro for sights
Day 5: Full day at the Paro Festival
Day 6: Optional hike to Tiger’s Nest Monastery or Spend the another day at the festival
Day 7: Exit

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Trip Duration: 7 Days
Trip Type: Bhutan Festival, Festival Tours, Tshechu
Places: Paro

Costs are subject to:
Number of people traveling 

* Group discounts available.
* Valid till 31st Dec 2017.


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