It is one of the most popular festival that is celebrated in Bhutan. Featuring dances performed by trained priests and laymen in amazing masks and costumes, Tsechus celebrations are a standout amongst other approaches to encounter the old living society of Bhutan. A Tsechu is a Buddhist celebration out of appreciation for Guru Rimpoche, the holy person who conveyed Buddhism to Bhutan.
The 'Thangka, referred to in Bhutan as a 'thongdroel' is a religious picture scroll, and is shown for a couple of hours at dawn on the last day of the festival enabling the people to obtain its blessing. A feature of the Paro Tsechu is the spreading out of the silk Thangka – so large it covers the face of an entire building and is considered one of the most sacred blessings in the whole of Bhutan.
This sacred parchment "gives freedom by its mere sight" the importance of the word 'thongdroel' in Bhutanese. One can exploits the wonderful spring time development with shocking climbs through the wide open to a Rhododendron woods in Phobjikha, and also a visit to the Lamperi a Rhododendron Festival close Dochu La Pass. The sacred destinations of Paro, Thimphu and Punakha are also featured.