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Punakha Dzong (Old Palace)

Places strategically at junction of two rivers(Pho chu & Mochu), it was built in 1637 by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel.

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Kurje Lhakhang (Popular Lhakhang in Bhutan: Bumthang)

The Name came to known as (Kurje) meaning-imprint of body(Guru Rinpoche) and at present lhakhang remains as blessed & historical site.

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Dochula (Druk Wangayel Chorten)

Dochula is the place where you can have super view of Eastern & North Himalayas on clear day and 108 stupas built on the hill by Her Majesty Ashi Dorji Wangmo Wangchuck.

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Paro Taktshang (In 809 where Guru Rinpoche Meditiate)

The Cave was named (Taktshang) after Guru Rinpoche flew into the cave from (Kurtoe singye Dzong) in Eastern Bhutan riding on tigress.

About Bhutan
Flower Welcome to Bhutan the 'Land of the Thunder Dragon', officially the kingdom of Bhutan is landlocked country in South Asia located at the eastern end of Himalayas. The tiny Kingdom of Bhutan has been referred to as the last Shangri-la. Bhutan is a fantastic place for individuals in search of solitary voyage during their travel and is a diverse paradise covered with dense forest, exotic wildlife; glorious mountains and indifferent terrains are exciting features of this less understood nation for centuries.
Bhutan's landscape of mountains and green valley and its strong Buddhist religion glorify the entire region with Dzongs, ancient temples, stupas, and monasteries scattered throughout the land along with waterfalls and free flowing rivers. Bhutan is an extraordinary place, unlike anywhere else and you will never forget a visit to this ancient kingdom.
Tentative Festival Dates 2023

Tshechu is a religious festival meaning "tenth day" held annually in various temples, monasteries and dzongs throughout the country. The Tshechu is a religious event celebrated on tenth day of a month of the lunar calendar corresponding to the birthday of Guru Rimpoche (Guru Padmasambhava). However the exact month of the Tshechu varies from place to place and temple to temple. Tshechus are grand events where entire communities come together to witness religious mask dances, receive blessings and socialize.

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