The festival is held in Wangdue phodrang and is observed for three days in the autumn season. The Tshechu is well known for the Raksha Mangchham or the dance of the Ox. The ‘Dance of Ox’ is a major attraction, where people dance to ensure a peaceful afterlife. The festival is concluded with the unfurling of a gigantic scroll of various paintings, known as Guru Tshengye Thongdrol. Many different kinds of mask dances are performed during the festival. The region of Wangdue Phodrang, central Bhutan, is famous for its ornamental speeches and songs are known as Lozeys. The annual festival was introduced after the completion of Dzong, which is a fortress, in 1639. It is one such Bhutan festival, where locals and thousands of tourists come together to revel in the festivities and to celebrate life and merriment.