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Thimphu Tshechu in Bhutan

Thimphu Tshechu in Bhutan is held on September 26. Starts on the 10th day of the 8th lunar month. The three-day religious event plays an important role in the lives of Bhutanese people as it is an opportunity for the Buddhist followers to immerse and cleanse themselves of the bad Karma and to remind them of what to make of their lives. This event in the third decade of the month september is annual.
26 September - Thimphu Tshechu in Bhutan

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