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Paro Tshechu

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Paro Tshechu

  • Duration: 5 Days
  • Place: Rinpung Dzong

Paro Tshechu is one of the most popular festivals and is considered a major attraction with people coming from neighboring districts to participate in the festivity. Early in the morning on last day of the celebrations, monks display a gigantic thangkha (embroidered painting), Guru Throngdel, inside the dzong.

Insight into Festival Duration, Dates, and Features

Paro Tshechu Features

One of the major festivals in the nation is the Paro Tshechu. All mask dances take place on the first day in the Dzong’s courtyard.

The event is held in the courtyard outside the dzong during the following few days.

Paro Tshechu Dates for 2023
  • Starting Date: 1st April 2023
  • Ending Date: 5th April 2023 
Paro Tshechu Insights

The Paro Tsechu is one of the most revered and significant occasions, and it’s also one of the nation’s most well-liked festivals.

The five-day Tshechu attracts visitors from all across the nation, who arrive dressed to the nines to witness and receive blessings.

Paro Tshechu Highlights

Festival Packages

Duration: 9 Days

Duration: 9 Days

Duration: 9 Days

Duration: 9 Days

Paro Tshechu

Rinpung Dzong, PARO

Paro Tshechu is one of the most popular festivals and is considered a major attraction with people coming from neighboring districts to participate in the festivity.

Early in the morning on last day of the celebrations, monks display a gigantic thangka (embroidered painting), Guru Throngdel, inside the dzong.

Thongdrol are especially impressive examples of Buddhist art and never fail to amaze viewers. They are considered so sacred that simply seeing a Thongdrol is said to cleanse the viewer of all sins.

The quantity and diversity of attendees at the Tshechu are increased by visitors from all over the world. Both the monks and the village laity perform a variety of mask dances and folk dances.

The Thongdrel is transported back to the Dzong before dawn after the ceremonies and blessings are finished.

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