Tsechu at Tamshing

Central Bhutan
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Tamshing is a small temple in the central Bhutanese region of Bumthang. This is a small temple with just a handful of monks, but each year the community gathers to celebrate the spirit and traditions of Bhutan. Cham dances are performed during the Tamshing Tsechu over the course of three days, with monks dressing in the black-hat and other cham costumes.



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These images were taken during Ewen's photography tour of Bhutan in 2011.
http://ewenbell.com/itinerary-bhutan.php

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