The word Dak Thok implies dark shake in Ladakh. It alludes to a give in sanctuary that is a piece of the Dak Thok religious community. The individuals from this group are devotees of Padma Sambhava or Guru Rimpoche. Amid the Tsechu celebrations, these priests and the neighborhood individuals play out the Chham moves together. The moves delineate different fierce and humane gods and an assortment of creatures. The Tsechu is a prevalent celebration.
It is commended with much joy by individuals in the close-by regions, who take an interest in the celebrations enhanced in their finest attire and jewelry. Dak-Thok Tse-Chu is a vital Buddhist celebration of Jammu and Kashmir held at some point amid the long stretches of July and August. It is for the most part celebrated on the tenth day of the Tibetan Lunar Calendar. The Buddhists watch ious Tsechu celebrations which are for the most part devoted to Guru Rimpoche or Padma Sambhava, the organizer of Tibetan Buddhism..