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Travel information for Bhutan

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Travel information for Bhutan

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  1. BhutanisalandlockedcountryinSouthAsiawithalandareaof47,000sqkm.LiketheneighborNepal,BhutansharesitsborderwiththetwoAsiangiantsChinaandIndia.BhutanisalandlockedcountryinSouthAsiawithalandareaof47,000sqkm.LiketheneighborNepal,BhutansharesitsborderwiththetwoAsiangiantsChinaandIndia. Bhutanisoneofthemostpeacefulandblissfulcountryintheworld.Althoughstilladevelopingcountry,BhutanranksamongtheTopTensintermsofGrossNationalHappinessIndex. TheBhutanesearegreatfestivalmakers.Althoughsomefestivalareseasonal, mostaredeeplyrootedinthereligiouswayoflife. Bhutanisworld′sonlyofficiallyTantricBuddhist country.The Dzongs,monasteries,stupas,prayerflags,andprayerwheelsarethemostconspicuoussymbolsofBhutaneselifeandlandscape

  2. Bhutan : The Land of Thunder Dragon

  3. Visiting Bhutan It's a suitably uplifting welcome to visitors to this remote kingdom, a place of ancient monasteries, fluttering prayer flags and staggering natural beauty. Less than 40 years ago, Bhutan opened its borders for the first time. Since then, it has gained an almost mythical status as a real-life Shangri-La, largely for its determined and methodical pursuit of the most elusive of concepts – national happiness.

  4. Festivals in Bhutan • Festivals in Bhutan takes place at different times of year, regarding to place to place. "Tshechu" known to the localities of Bhutan for festival, comes in a form of religious activities, and the time when people gather, with their best attires. Festivals are celebrated on 10th Day of particular month, so the name "Tshechu" was derived, ("Tshe" means Date and "Chu" means 10).

  5. TshechuFestival • Tshechu festivals are celebrated for several days ranging from minimum of three days to five days, according to their location. One would be able to view and witness Bhutanese Focal Dances, religious dance, Mask Dances known as "Chaam", and other religious dramas and epics of great known saint of Buddhism. These dances are performed by Monks, laymen and few dances by students of RAPA (Royal Academy of Performing Arts).

  6. EXPLORE BHUTAN TOUR : 07 NIGHTS 08 DAYS For the Bhutanese, religious festivals offer an opportunity to become immersed in the meaning of their religion and gain much merit. They are also occasions for seeing people, and for being seen, for social exchanges, and for flaunting success. People bring out their finest clothes, their most beautiful jewelries, and go for picnic with abundant alcohol and meat. Men and women joke and flirt. An atmosphere of convivial, slightly ribald good humor prevails.

  7. Bhutan Festival Highlights

  8. Visit Bhutan & Have a Great Time! 

  9. ContactUs & Book Now! bhutan@rediscoverindia.co.in VisitUs:www.bhutan-tourpackages.com ContactNo.:+911126217072|+911126214762 OurAddress:137,SantNagarEastofKailashNewDelhi–110065(India)

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