Punakha Tshechu is one of the most important festivals of Bhutan. With colourful costumes and the rhythmic Cham dance performed by the monks of the Monastery, the experience of attending the festival is simply out of the world.
Chimi Lakhang is visited by thousands of people who come here either to pray to become pregnant or to seek protection for children that they already have. According to blogs from Western tourists have claiming that they became pregnant after paying a visit to Chimi Lhakhang.
I know a lot of people consider it obsolete and will tell you that wishlists never gets fulfilled. But considering the fact that I completed 7 out of 11 wishes in 2014 makes me think otherwise. So a new year and a complete new set of wishes, things are going materialistic now, I need new... Continue Reading →