Drukpa Tshechi is a regional holiday in Nepal and the state of Sikkim, India, and it is observed on the 4th day (Tsheshi) of the 6th month (Drukpa) of the Tibetan Calendar, which usually falls in July or August on the Gregorian calendar.
Drukpa Tshechi is to celebrate Lord Buddha and his first preaching of the "Four Noble Truths" of life sufferings to his five disciples. The Four Noble Truths are the fundamental of Buddha's philosophy. They are the truth of suffering, the truth of the cause of suffering, the truth of the end of suffering, and the truth of the path that leads to the end of suffering.
Many devotees and pilgrims during the festival travel from far and wide to attend the celebrations.
The following is the list of Drukpa Tshechi from 2021 to 2025.
|Drukpa Tshechi||Jul 14, 2021||Wednesday|
|Drukpa Tshechi||Aug 01, 2022||Monday|
|Drukpa Tshechi||Jul 21, 2023||Friday|
|Drukpa Tshechi||Jul 09, 2024||Tuesday|
|Drukpa Tshechi||Jul 28, 2025||Monday|