Junbesi village situated at solu dhukunda Municipality which we say funds this village belongs on the way to Everest. huge numbers of tourists visit Junbesi every year. Basically sherpas and lama costs are living in this village All the people currently living in Phaplu,chiwang, Tumbuk, and Phungpucha were migrated from Jumbesi village in past years Although the people were migrated there is one species festival called "Dumji"on Junbesi in which all the people around other villages come together and celebrate this festival greatly sharing happiness each other.There will be each lama representing from each village to make this festival successful. This village is known as a ritual religious place.There is sone monastery on Junbesi colled"Junbesi Monastery" which is a very old monastery and has carried its own importance along Buddhist people. This monastery has listed under the world heritage. This village is also known as living place for lumukarmu since ancient time.Basically. There are three Buddha statues one belongs to a southern part of village one inside the monastery and each statue has own importance.
Dumji festival is celebrated joyfully in Junbesi Monastery which is established in 1635 and renovated a century later is one of the oldest monasteries in the Solukhumbu region which holds a six-foot meters high statue of Gautam Budhha along with sacred scriptures, inscriptions, the Kyanjur and Tyangur. Junbesi is a beautiful village located at the junction of the Everest trail and Thuptenchholing monastery rich in its beautiful landscapes, cultural delight and the delightful charms of the Sherpa people. The Dumji Festival is a very special festival in the Solukhumbu area. It is celebrated in the month of April every year. During the celebrating, there is dancing, drinking, and merrymaking in addition to the more serious rituals and dances performed by the monks.