8 Days Talo Festival

1st – 3rd April 2020 | Venue: Talo Gonpa, Punakha

9 Days Talo Bhutan Mask Dance Festival
The three-day Talo Tshechu is well known for its mask dances and the atsara dances. An aqually popular attraction, which has a deep religious and historical significance, is the Zhungdra (classical dance) by the Talo dance troupe. The three songs of Muni Sum, which comprise the Zhungdra set, are performed as the closing item on each day of the three days of the Tshechu. The three Songs, Samyi Sala (performed on the first day), Drukpa Dungey (second day) and Thowachi Gangi Tselay on the final day, are the pride of the Talo community.

The 8 Days Talo Festival in Bhutan is well known for its mask dances and the Atsara dances. An equally popular attraction, which has a deep religious and historical significance, is the Zhungdra which is a Classical dance by the Talo Dance troupe. The three songs of Mani Sum, which comprise the Zhundra set, are performed as the closing item on each day of the three days of the Festival(Tshechu). The three songs, Samyi Sala (performed on the first day), Drukpa Dungey (second day) and Thowachi Gangi Tselay on the final day, are the pride of the Talo community.

Sketch Itinerary:

Day 01. Arrive Paro: (Altitude 2280 m) – Thimphu.

Day 02. Thimphu Sightseeing: (Altitude 2320 m).

Day 03. Thimphu – Punakha: (Altitude 1310 m) (76 Km, 3 hrs drive).

Day 04. Talo Festival: (Full day witness the festival.

Day 05. Talo Festival: (Full day witness the festival).

Day 06. Punakha – Wangdiphodrang – Paro sightseeing: (Altitude 2280 m, Distance 132 km, Drive Time 4 hour).

Day 07. Paro (Altitude 2280 m).

Day 08. Departure: (Altitude 2280 m).

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