Galdan Namchot is a celebration celebrated in Ladakh, India. The celebration is praised to recognize the birthday and the Buddhahood of Je Tsongkhapa 1357– 1419 AD, a well known instructor of Tibetan Buddhism whose exercises prompted the development of the Gelug school of Tibetan Buddhism.
Galdan Namchot additionally denotes the start of the new year festivities in Ladakh.as a piece of the Galdan Namchot celebration, cloisters, open and private structures are lit up. Margarine lights are additionally lit up which symbolizes the destruction of murkiness. Customary dishes, for example, Thukpa, Momo and Butter tea is arranged and served in family units. Khatak, a customary stately scarf is skilled by Ladakhi individuals.
Galdan Namchot is praised to celebrate birthday and Buddhahood of Je Tsongkhapa. Galdan Namchot likewise denotes the start of the new year which falls following five days of the Galdan Namchot celebration and proceeds till the Dosmoche celebration in February.