The most popular Pang Lhabsol Festival usually falls between August-September, according to English Calendar.
Pang Lhabsol is a colorful and vibrant cultural festival of Sikkim which is celebrated to honor Mount Kanchenjunga, the highest mountain in India. In Bhutia, Pang means 'Witness' and Lhabsol means 'Worship'.
Pang Lhabsol festival usually falls on the 15th day of the 7th month of the Tibetan Lunar Calendar every year, which according to the English Calendar, falls between the August-September timeframe. Every year, it is celebrated at the Royal Palace compound in front of the Tsuklakhang Monastery.
This festival brings together all three tribes of Sikkim - Bhutias, Lepchas, and Nepalis as well as other locals and tourists. This festival attracts many tourists to Sikkim and major highlights of the festival are Carnivals, cultural performances, lama warrior dances, and a scrumptious spread of authentic Sikkimese cuisine, etc.