A traditional Bhutanese wedding includes a number of religious rites performed by Buddhist monks and lamas as well as a range of optional elaborate local features such as fertility blessing and masked dances. It also includes traditional elements such as khaddar exchange. A khaddar is a silken scarf that is often offered by the well- wisher as token of love, happiness, and prosperity. This feature tour takes you for a religious marriage Ceremony to the 15th C Chime Lhakhang, a temple attributed to the Divine Saint Drukpa kuenley. This temple is perhaps the most popular sanctum in Bhutan where the religious nuptials take place.