Talo, Punakha, Bhutan
Punakha Talo Tshechu is an annual three day event that happens at the Talo Monastery. Tshechu are always conducted or ending on the 10th Day of a Bhutanese Calendar month as the term Tsechu means the tenth, which is widely celebrated as Birth Anniversary of Guru Rimpoche, The Second Buddha.
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