Journey to Bhutan: Unveiling the Mystical Beauty, Rich Heritage, and Transformative Experiences

Lomash Dhamala

The Kingdom of Bhutan is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. It is a mystical land where we have the chance come forth with the needs that has been fullfilled. It comes at a time when we can make at a time when we can adjust to the things that can make all the passage to come with all the things that make it into the proceeds as we plan to take up with the things that can make it to be in a state of affair that i suggest will be handy in order to issue the things that have things in common in order to take it to the place of hindarence as we know the power of attact this may be a strategy in order to make it an obvious things in order to come up with the plan which can be benificial to issue the challanges. I may be good enough to challange the term that has been upon a state of calm that cannot be replicated. This is a main way to come up us a team that can challenge the status cue. We make the plants in conjunction with the things that come up with the needed as we head to the town of norling that incompenciated the things i care about so much. This is as much of your problem than it is mine as it will take the necessary requirement to commit to the caused of transaction that will come up with the necessary line of work. I think i can make the adjustment which will come with the left up group as it is not coming to the making of the things that can come to the elevation of the context. I travelled on the himalayan brick of things as i comprehend the process as it is necessary to massage the time is to come up with the suspicion that we can inflict on the people of the generation. We shall and will come to realisation of a social norm that can make it a proposition is to make the terminal of congress that will constitute the mecca and surround you with the period of determination as we understand the changes and it is understandable in a sense of patraiact in the memory of understanding and remembering. it is more than a tackle. This is not a major issue as we like to come up with time that can connect us with a life wire that can connect us to a mistery that is likely a source of connection as we need to come up with a change of person. My intiution is a bad form of things as we try to console a challenge of new and indigenous substance that we can come with the realisation. I see myself travelling in a place i have never been too that reminds me of the things that can very be a source of enthusiasm that will help to achieve my dreams of looking at the greater teaching of my life. Bhutan is such a beautiful country will rich history and tradition that is unique to this region. It has a blend or rich buddhist culture and splendid nature full of hills, mountains and rivers. This is a cannon team where we try to connect the source of things we have to answer. We flew from Tribhuban airport in Kathmandu to Para. The flight was around 1 hour long. 

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Bhutan Tshechu Festival

The Kingdom of Bhutan is a mystical country with beautiful nature and fascinating Buddhist culture and heritage. One of the best way to experience the allure of Bhutan is by attending the Thimphu Tshechu festival. The festival is held in Thimphu, which is the capital of Bhutan. It takes place on the 10th day of the 8th month of lunar calendar. The festival was originated y the 4th Temporal ruler, Tenzing Ragye in 1670 to commemorate the birth of Guru Rinpoche. The festival takes place in the courtyard of the Tashichhodzong.

The trip to Bhutan Started from flight from Kathmandu to Paro International Airport. The flight was 1 hour long as it is one of the most scenic flight with left side window seats having the view of the Himalayan range including Mt. Everest, the tallest peak in the world. At the airport the guide welcomed us with traditional Khata. From the airport we drove to Thimphu. The distance from Paro to Thimpu is around 50kms. One the way to Thimphu we stop at Tashogang Lhakhang. It is a famous temple which was constructed around 1420 by Tangtong Gyelpo. From there we continued our way to Thimphu. After reaching we checked into our hotel and freshened up and then headed towards the National Institute for Zorig Chusum. It is the national institute of Arts. Students come here to learn various skills such as painting, woodcarving and statue making. From there we headed to Motithang Takin Preserve. It was a mini zoo that was converted into a preserve for Takin, which is the national animal of Bhutan. Than we visited Buddha Dordenma statue. The statue is one of the largest Buddha rupas in the world.

The following day we made our journey to Punakha. On the way to Punakha we visited the Douchula pass. Dochula pass is an amazing mountain pass which has 108 memorial stupas which were constructed to commemorate the Bhutanese shoulders that passed away in military operation. The pass also has amazing view of mountains during clear weather. Than we visited Chimi Lhakhang. The temple was built is 1499 by the 14th Drukpa hierach, Ngawang Choegyel. The site is believed to be blessed by the Drukpa Kunley, the Divine Madman saint. The temple is also called fertility temple and many couples come to the temple and worship in order to be blessed with children. From there we continued the drive to Punakha Dzong. Punakha Dzong is the second largest and the second oldest Dzong(fortified monastery) in Bhutan. The Dzong was constructed in 1637 and it is truly a magnificent structure that showcases the beauty of Bhutanese architect. The bridge, the courtyards and monastery were truly spectacular and beautiful to witness before one’s own eyes.

Next day after breakfast we the courtyard of Tashichhodzong to observe the Thimpu Tshechu Festival. The festival is one of the biggest festival of Bhutan and it takes place from 3 days starting from the 10th day of the 8th month of lunar calender. The festival takes place to commemorate the birth of Guru Rinpoche. The festival takes places in the courtyard of the Tashichhodzong. Tshechu festival is a yearly social gathering where people come to rejoice and wear their finest cloths. The festival was really beautiful as their were numerous dances and performances done in colourful traditional attire and also some groups had masks where also made it quite fascinating to witness. Since that day there were rainfall almost through out the day, the number of local people who came to witness the festival was less than usual but it was also good as we got to move around and avoid big crowds. I would say it was definitely on the most photogenic festival i have observed. After the festival we drove to Paro. Just outside Paro we stopped to take photos of the beautiful Rinpung Dzong Monastery. 

On the forth day in Bhutan we carried out the popular trek to Tiger’s Nest Monastery, which is also known as Paro Takstang. First we drove for 20 mins to reach the start point. From there we started our hike to reach the Tiger’s Nest Monastery. After 3-4 hours of mostly uphill hike we reached the monastery. Around 30 minutes before reaching the monastery we reached the iconic view spot which you can witness the Tiger’s Nest in all of its glory. The monastery was amazing at is sit on the rocky hill in an elevation of 3,120m. It almost looks like the monastery is hanging the hill. The monastery was really beautiful with lots of history and many small temples for worship. After visiting the Monastery we continued the same path back to the foot of the hill. After the trek we went to an establishment that provided Hot Stone Baths. It was an amazing experience to relax and revitalise our body from the trek and all the travelling done in Bhutan. We also had a very tradition Bhutanese dinner in the same establishment and i have to say the local Bhutanese food is very tasty with lot of flavour profile. From there we returned back to the hotel and had a short sleep as we had to wake up at 4am for the flight back to Kathmandu. 

Next day early morning we packed up and headed to Paro international for our flight back to Kathmandu. The flight was smooth with amazing view of Himalayan range. After the 1 hour flight we reached Tribhuban International Airport in Kathmandu. The trip to Bhutan while being able to observe the Thimpu Tshechu festival and carry out the Tiger’s Nest hike were truely amazing experince that will be cherished forever. Bhutan offers amazing natural beauty with rich Buddhist culture and heritage. I would definitely recommend Bhutan to all travellers.

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