Tsechus are one of the most popular Buddhist religious festivals in Bhutan. Different valleys and different monasteries host their own annual Tsechu, lasting for 3-5 days
One of the popular dance is the Shawa cham or ‘The Dance of the Stag’ with moral story and dance which purify and protect a place from harmful spirits
Thimphu Tsechu is the largest gathering in the country for any tsechu
Atsara or the ‘comical character’ entertains the crowd during breaks with antics.
Dobji Dzong, Haa
Dobji Dzong in Haa, built in 1531, is said to be the first model Dzong in Bhutan
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