Bhutan- The most preferred destination
Bhutan is famous for its ancient culture and heritage monasteries. It is often regarded as the happiest place on Earth. Bhutan, nestled in the eastern Himalayas, is a land lost in time. The tourists from around the world visit Bhutan to experience its gorgeous landscapes, splendid mountain ranges, ancient culture and traditional lifestyle. All in all, Bhutan serves as a perfect holiday destination.
When is the best time to visit Bhutan?
Bhutan is best to travel in the spring and autumn season for nature lovers. Fall is another ideal season to visit Bhutan. This falls fall on the month of September till early October. If you want to avoid the cold wintry weather and also the muddy roads of Bhutan then traveling in summer is the best for you. To avoid the crowds and get the view of Black-Necked Cranes you can definitely visit Bhutan in winter.
The Chorten Kora – A white memorial
Chorten Kora is one of the popular destinations in Eastern Bhutan. The Chorten is situated on the right bank of Tashiyangtse Kholung Chu River, below Tashiyangtse town.
Importance of Chorten Kora
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The stupa was built in 18th century by Lama Ngawang Lodro in order to subdue a harmful demon believed to have been living at the site where the stupa is located at present. The beautiful white monument is beautifully painted in white and is also a symbol of peace. The monument projects beautiful architecture and the surrounding and the overall ambiance of the place makes it a place to visit, for the replenishment of the soul.
Chorten Kora Festivals
image Source : triptobhutan.travel Bhutan itself is gifted with so many festivals and rituals that make the country a happy destination with many reasons to be happy. Let us see a few reasons or celebrations that engage a huge crowd to this beautiful monument. Dakpa Kora- This festival is celebrated in Tashiyangtse in the easternmost district of Bhutan. The Chorten Kora festivals will be celebrated next year on the starting date of 21st March 2019 until the ending of 5th April 2019. It is celebrated on the 15th day of the first lunar month. This stupa was built in the belief that a young girl from Tawang, a Khando agreed to be buried alive inside the Chorten. Drukpa Kora- Drukpa Kora is another festival held at the end of the first lunar month which celebrates the stupa. It means the circumambulation of the Chorten by the Bhutanese and this festival is attended by the Dakpa people of the neighboring Tawang district in Arunachal Pradesh and Bhutanese people from Tashiyangtse, Tashigang, and Kurtoe.
Why must you Visit the Chorten Kora?
Chorten Kora is visited by many tourists every year to witness the festivals. The festivals are a symbol of friendship between the Founder and his friend, the bond between the two countries, and the sacrifice of the princess and her parents. So, plan your travel to Chorten Kora with the trusted travel agency for a spiritual journey to Bhutan.