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LHUENTSHE: 77kms away from Mongar is notably famed for its weavers and special textiles and fabrics. The Kurtoe region of Lhuentshe is also the heartland of the Royal Dynasty.
Guru Nangsi Zilnoen Statue: The statue of Guru Padmasambhava is located in Takila, overlooking the river valleys below; It was originally supposed to be 148ft but later changed to its current height of 173ft, and is one of the biggest of Guru and was built to bring peace and prosperity and to benefit all the sentient beings in the world. Due to environmental constraints machines were not used in the construction of this statue.
Lhuentshe Dzong: The Dzong was founded by Lam Ngagi Wangchuk when he built a temple in the place the dzong stands today, it was, however, Trongsa Penlop, Chogyal Minjur Tempa who built a formal Dzong in 1654 after winning a battle against the Chokhor Deb of Bumthang and also to consolidate the Drukpa power hold in the East.
Khoma: This village is known as the textile center of Bhutan and is famous for the silk textiles the women weave. One of the most sought after designs, the Kishuthara intricate and each Kira takes about 6months to 1 year to complete.
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