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By Stan Armington

Look for fried ferns, jellied cowskins, and dried yak cheese at Thimphu's weekend market.Be blessed with a 10-inch penis at Chimi Lhakhang, the house of the 'Divine Madman'.Dance with snowlions and banter with clowns on the decide of Bhutan's colourful festivals.Hike as much as the gavity-defying Tiger's Nest monastery, seemingly hung on to the sheer cliff face via the hairs of angels.In this GuideUnderstand work of art and monsters with in-depth assurance of Bhutanese Buddhism and tradition by way of our local expert.Special hiking bankruptcy brings Himalayan peaks that little bit closer...Find out extra and switch yeti-spotting guidance at lonelyplanet.com

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The banter and the boasting, the singing and the skills and the near-misses of an archery tournament Click here. Watching artists, young and old, create religious and traditional arts and crafts employing skills passed down from generation to generation Click here. The powerful whirr of hundreds of fraying prayer flags reciting in blustery winds at a lonely mountain pass Click here. The winter is a good time for touring in western Bhutan, bird-watching Click here in the south’s subtropical jungles, and whitewater rafting Click here.

Then he was called Pema Jugney (Padmasambhava). He returned to Uddiyana to convert it to Buddhism, but was recognised as the prince who had renounced his kingdom and was burned, along with his consort. He was not consumed by the fire and appeared sitting upon a lotus in a lake. This lake is Rewalsar, also called Tsho Pema (the lotus lake), in Himachal Pradesh, and is an important pilgrimage spot. His father, King Indrabodhi, offered him the kingdom and he became Padma Gyalpo (the lotus king), remaining for 13 years and establishing Buddhism.

When he came to Bhutan the second time and visited Singye Dzong in Kurtoe and Taktshang in Paro, he was in the form of Dorji Drakpo (fierce thunderbolt). He subdued all the evil spirits hindering Buddhism and blessed them as guardians of the doctrine. In this form, Guru Rinpoche rides a tigress. Statues of Guru Rinpoche Most statues of Guru Rinpoche are in his manifestation as Padmasambhava, wearing royal robes and holding the insignia of spiritual realisation. His hat is known as the ‘lotus cap’ and is adorned with a crescent moon, the sun and a small flame-like protuberance that signifies the union of lunar and solar forces.

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