Chhukha is a hot, wet locale of thick Sub-Tropical timberlands situated in South Western Bhutan. The locale is home to numerous critical plant and creature species. There are two primary ethnic gatherings exhibit in Chhukha, the Ngalops and the Lhotshampas. The Lhotshampas are Southern Bhutanese with Nepalese beginnings and this makes abundance of social assorted iety in the area with different non-Buddhist celebrations and works on being done. The Chhukha locale is religiously critical as it has been honored by numerous famous Buddhist experts including the admired Lama Drakpa Jamtsho in the seventeenth century.
He built up the JabarGoemba Monastery at a site encompassed by five mountains with a favorable likeness to the five religious caps worn by lamas. The principle relic of this religious community is a heavenly Phurba or custom blade that is said to have traveled to the cloister from Tibet. Legend holds that even today the blade keeps on opposing gravity. Another vital religious site in the locale is the TshamdrakGoemba. This religious community goes back to the seventeenth century and was established by Lam NgawangDrakpa.
It contains imperative relics, for example, 100 Ceremonial Drums and a substantial stone section that is ascribed to ApChundu the gatekeeper god of Haa. The most particular component of Chhukha is the Chhukha and Tala Hydropower ventures. The two activities tap the quick running waters of the Wangchhu and Paachhu Rivers to deliver in excess of 1,500 Megawatts of energy. These two dams are completely vital to the nation as they are as yet the biggest suppliers of income for the Kingdom of Bhutan.