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DZONG – Bhutanese Fort

It was in 1616 that Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel embarked on his historic journey from Tibet to Bhutan.

UNFOLDING MYSTERIES: Lhasey Tsangma

Lhasey Tsangma was one of the five grandsons of Choeje Trisong Detsan (One of the Emperors of Tibet)

Beyond the Snapshots: Telling Stories Through Photography

A storyteller, photographer, and filmmaker, who looks beyond the

Chorten Kora | Stupa at Trashi Yangtse

It stands and protective beside the swift-flowing Kholung river in Trashiyangtse.

Bumdeling Wildlife Sanctuary – Bhutan

The Bumdeling Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the stunning landscapes of alpine meadows and encompasses gorgeous alpine lakes.

COVID-19: Favorite Hobbies in Bhutan 2020 | Indoor Hobbies to Pursue

What hobbies have you been doing amidst the COVID-19 quarantine? Are you learning something new?

‘Khamti Rice’ farming in Pemathang, Samdrup Jongkhar

Pemathang is one of the most popular Gewog in Samdrup Jongkhar in terms of paddy cultivation. It is a home

Handmade pickles in Bhutan

Most of the people, especially Southern and eastern people prefer Indian food. Spices, therefore, become an integral part of the meals.

Architecture of Bhutan

Bhutanese architecture consists of Dzong and everyday varieties. Dzongs in Bhutan were built as fortresses have served as religious and administrative centers since the 17th century.

Philosophy of Bhutan

Thirty years ago, the fourth king of Bhutan famously proclaimed that “Gross National Happiness is more important than Gross National Product,”