Stok Guru Tsechu
Stok Guru Tsechu Festival
is nevertheless a superfluous Buddhist carnival in Ladakh that falls each 12 months in the month of February. It is celebrated just one week before Matho Nagrang. The competition of Stok Guru Tsechu
in Ladakh is in these days one of the broadly celebrated fairs and fairs in Jammu and Kashmir and is observed with so much dedication and joviality by the Buddhist communal through Leh Ladakh in India. The Buddhist monks of Stok and Spituk monasteries in Ladakh rejoice the Stok Guru Tsechu pageant for 2 days. The Stok Guru Tsechu Festival is held on the 9th and 10th day of the Tibetan calendar. Stok Guru Tsechu Festival Ladakh
takes place in the Stok township of Ladakh. The Stok Guru Tsechu festival is amazing by the performance of "masked dances". The dance is performed by the Spituk monastery in Ladakh. It is without doubt one of the couple of preferred Leh Ladakh festivals that are celebrated with lot enthusiasm within the state of Jammu and Kashmir, India. People of Ladakh do various things like prayers, music and food and this are the part of celebration. The annual festival is hosted about 20 kilometers south of Leh. Monks from Spituk Monastery perform blessed dances and prophecy arrivals.