The History of Tshechu in Bhutan

Like all things Bhutan, Tshechu is steeped in culture and Buddhist spirituality. It is an occasion to honour and revere their most iconic saint — Guru Rinpoche. The story can be traced back all the way to the 8th century, when the “one who was born from a lotus flower” formally introduced Buddhism to the land. Centuries later, this main festival of Bhutan is now a part of the fabric of the country and a must-have experience for all visitors. After all, there aren’t many places you can witness monks performing incredible masked dances of devotion, the steps of which are said to come from meditative visions of past Buddhist masters, passed down the generations. Even today the choreography is exactly the same, invoking a sense of deep spirituality just by watching.

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