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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 Chushel Tour and Travels
Yellow Rose The shining crystal moon on the upper flat is the colour of calmness and signifies expulsion of illness and evil spirits of sentient beings. Thus, the office is named as Chushel since it is the synonym of the moon. The logo has the following significances:
The crystal moon expels eye diseases and clears the darkness. As such, it signifies the auspiciousness of clearing away the tribulation of poverty of human beings. A hand holding gem and paddy is the hand of goddess Vasudhara and it signifies the accomplishment of wealth.
The adornment of hand is coloured yellow to signify accomplishment and expansion of spontaneous wealth. The outer red colour signify conqueror of the wealth of deity, demons and human being. The background mountain peak with white colour and base with green colour signify Bhutan being bordered by mountains and filled with verdant forest.
The azure coloured sky is the symbol of wrathfulness and signifies annihilation of the ghosts of poverty Serag-yulpo Lagtong and so forth. The outer circle coloured verdant signifies the auspiciousness of the world enjoying the wealth of Gross National Happiness.
Tentative Festival Dates 2024

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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