Festival

Know more about Matho Nagrang
Know more about Matho Nagrang

Matho Nagrang is a festival held in Matho monastery, a monastery of the Sakya School of Tibetan Buddhism in Ladakh. It falls on the 14th and 15th day of the first month of the Tibetan calendar. This year it will be celebrated on 18th and 19th February.

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Stok Guru Tsechu: A must attend festival
Stok Guru Tsechu: A must attend festival

Stok Guru Tsechu is held in the first month of Tibetan lunar calendar. This year it will be celebrated on 14th and 15th February amidst winter.

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Dosmochey: One of Ladakh’s most popular festivals.
Dosmochey: One of Ladakh’s most popular festivals.

Dosmochey is celebrated in Leh (Leh Palace), Liker monastery (Lower Ladakh) and Deskit monastery (Nubra Valley). If we go back and unearth the history of Dosmochey, we come to know that it was started by the rulers of Ladakh.

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Highlights of Spituk Gustor Festival
Highlights of Spituk Gustor Festival

Spituk Gustor is one of the most significant festivals that Ladakh offers. It is celebrated in the courtyard of the Spituk monastery and a large number of people flock together to witness the two-day festival.

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Ladakhi Losar
Ladakhi Losar

Ladakhi New Year (Losar) begins with piles of preparation and heaps of happiness. It is believed that the New Year drives away the evils and brings in prosperity and good wishes.

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