On the last full day of out trip to Bhutan, we were fortunate to attend the Paro Tsechu, one of Bhutan’s most important festivals. The dances are performed by trained monks and laymen wearing costumes that depict the creatures that one can expect to meet after death. The festival was fascinating, but watching the thousands of local spectators was equally entertaining.

I took the video here, but with so many people in close quarters, taping was, well, it was what it was.

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