Tashichhoedzong is a fortress and also a Buddhist temple located in the northern boundary of Thimpu, Bhutan bordering the Wang Chu River. This is the customary seat of Dharma Raja who is known as the chief of the civil government of Bhutan. It is an office which has come forth since the establishment of the monarchy in 1907 and also the summer hub of the country. This amazing temple was built by the first ever Dharma Raja who was also the founder of the Lho-drukpa set belonging to Buddhism. This founded division of Buddhism has remained a very important and unique sect in Bhutan.
It is indeed a lovely religious and tourist attraction where many Bhutan travellers love to pay a visit. It an ideal place for Buddhist to come and pay their homage. The main structure of the monastery includes a two storied building with three storied looms rising from the four corners of it. The whole building glows in its super white washed walls. The central tower rising up is called as the utse. The original structure was built in the year 1216 by Lama Gyalwa Lhanangpa and was then known as the Thimpu dzong. This was located where the Dechen Phodrand now stands. Since 1952, this place has been the seat of the government of Bhutan and is home to the throne in its glamorous throne room and also the office of the king. Travelers love to visit this place and experience the architectural splendor and the religious influence the building withholds.
The monastery also houses many deities and statues of the Shakyamuni Buddha. This is a must visit by all Buddhist visitors to take a good insight about the Buddhist culture and its unique architecture. You could surely spend some of your days from the holiday to explore this wonderful temple. To spend your lovely holiday a Bhutan Hotel will surely help you. For a luxury and memorable stay the best Paro hotel would be the Uma Bhutan which is one of the renowned places or lodging. It will surely give you memories to cherish while you are in beautiful Bhutan.