Tashi Delek, Welcome to Bhutan Tour.
Bhutan Tour is one of the most highly acclaimed travel destinations around the world. It is a land of remarkable natural beauty. The environment is spotless and intact.People are friendly and tradition-bound. For anyone who loves travelling, Bhutan has become an exotic and enticing final frontier. Just three decades ago, Bhutan government opened limited tourism to this mystical Buddhist kingdom.
Since many travellers have traveled to Bhutan for the past 10 years to see what adventure looks like on this tiny Himalayan Kingdom, making way from the urban city of Paro to the sparsely populated, adventure-rich Trashigang is exciting. The Kingdom of Bhutan is a peaceful country where you can explore the ancient cultures, beautiful landscapes and magnificent architecture . So, you must have Bhutan Tour once in your life time.
“Land of the Thunder Dragon” is also another name of Bhutan. It is one of the world’s most beautiful, yet mysterious places. It sits on the eastern edge of the Himalayan Mountain region. You can find diverse ecosystem of flora and fauna in Bhutan. The country stretches from subtropical valleys and plains to snow-capped mountain ranges. This landscape makes it, the perfect place to trek through the majestic valleys or steep mountains to visit ancient architecture and Buddhist temples.
Paro Taktsang or Taktsang Gumba is one of the most important Buddhist monasteries in Bhutan. The monastery is located 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) to the north of Paro and hangs on a precarious cliff at 3,120 metres (10,240 ft), about 900 metres (3,000 ft) above the Paro valley, on the right side of the Paro Chu(“River”). Padmasambhava, mediated here for three years. People credit him with introducing Buddhism to Bhutan and is the tutelary deity of the country. Gyalse Tenzin Rabgye built the monastery in 1692 and According to a legend, Guru Rinpoche flew on this cliff from Tibet on the back of a flaming tigress from Khenpajong.
Tshechu is the annual religious festival in Bhutan. All the dzongs and major monasteries conduct this festival. Tshechus are large social gatherings, which perform the function of social bonding among people of remote and spread-out villages. Large markets also congregate at the fair locations, leading to brisk commerce. The focal point of the tshechus are Cham dances. Moral vignettes are in the form of costumed, masked dances, or 9th century saint Padmasambhava’s life incidents. The last day of the four-day festival also marks the unfurling of the Thongdrel, a very large scroll painting or thangka.
Bhutan is home to numerous museums that showcase the rich traditions, history, culture and art and folks forms of the Bhutanese people. The museums also showcase the ancient history from over a 1500 years and also the recent history of the Wangchuck dynasty.Museums are the repositories of Bhutanese history starting from the advent of Guru Padmasambhava in the 8th century. Similarly, visitors will have museums-within-museum experience while visiting the ubiquitous dzongs and lhakhangs which are distinctly unique to each other. Bhutan also has rich traditions of herbal and traditional forms of medicine that the museums highlight. Thimphu, Paro and Trongsa host most of the museums.
The 13 Bhutanese Arts and Crafts known as the Zorig Chusum is symbolic and rooted in Buddhist philosophy. They are; woodwork, stonework, carving, painting, sculpting, wood turning, black smithy, ornament making, bamboo work, paper making, tailoring and weaving. The major orders of Buddhism in Bhutan are the Drukpa Lineage and the Nyingma. All sacred images are made to exact specifications that have remained remarkably unchanged for centuries. Pema Lingpa, a treasure discoverer, introduced these arts and crafts to Bhutan in the 15th century and Furthermore, Tertöns are also frequent subjects of Nyingma art.
Buddhism in Bhutan is not a religion; it’s a way of life. Buddhism is deeply engrained in the society mentality so Bhutan is as peaceful as it is. Don’t be surprised to see an old man or woman at the Memorial Chorten circumambulating with a string of beads in hand. If you would like to get away from noise and chaos, try Bhutan’s meditation retreats. Whether it’s a session of peaceful, contemplative meditation, a relaxing soak in a mineral hot spring bath or the all natural remedies of our traditional medicine Bhutan has just what you need to revive and rejuvenate your body and spirit.
If you wish to explore spiritual and simple life in 21st century seems like Bhutan is one of the country. These are the reasons that surely inspires you to have Bhutan Tour and yet still not inspired explore the uniqueness of Bhutan by yourself. Therefore, contact Global link Tour & travel for your trip Bhutan tour right now.