Paro Chhu and Wang Chhu Rivers, Paro, Bhutan

The Paro Chhu is a river of western Bhutan and a tributary of the Wang Chhu River. Here, two white silk Khatas are dipped in each river. IMG_6745 copyLandscape architect, Jennifer Chandler, spends part of her year between the United States and the enchanted area of Bhutan. She is a lover of nature, space, and scents who spends time in the hills of Bhutan with her camera. On one trip she took a piece of white cloth to dip in the mountain water.

The Paro Chhu River:

The Wang Chhu River, with a Khata blessed by H.H. Gylsen Rabgye at the Tango Monstary:

A display of reverence occurs where both rivers meet. IMG_5118 copy IMG_5125 copy