In Bhutan, festivals are significant occasions where entire communities assemble to take part in religious rituals, receive blessings, and socialize. Vibrance and ardor are born from extravagant costumed dance performances, captivating fire shows, legends-recited stories, and expressive masks.
Bhutanese annual festivals (Tshechu) are one of the most highlighted events across the globe. It’s the way Bhutanese do it to tell stories, and inherit wisdom and knowledge. The festivals include mask dances by monks and local villagers, and acts/plays of the legendary works of ancestors and legends. You get to see the purity of culture if you visit the festival, which also includes bhutanese in their best attire.
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