As we start this New Year, it is our great privilege to share with all of you, a deeply meaningful Kupar of His Royal Highness The Gyalsey, standing behind the figure of the first King of Bhutan- His Majesty King Ugyen Wangchuck from National Day 2019.[Read more…] about Bhutanese Desktop Calendar (January 2020)
Haa Dzongkhag is preparing to host the 6th Royal Bhutan Flower Exhibition in June next year. The preparation is in full swing.
The Haa Dzongkhag Tshogdu held on 20th November, plans on sustaining the beautification and landscape even after the exhibition. The Dzongkhag Beautification Audit for the sustainability of the resources and beautification made during the exhibition was introduced and approved thereon.[Read more…] about 6th Royal Bhutan Flower Exhibition to be held in Haa
As the year ends, it’s time once again to reflect on the past, take stock of the present, and plan for the future. And it’s time to come together as a Nation to celebrate.[Read more…] about Bhutanese Desktop Calendar (December 2019)
His Royal Highness The Gyalsey in Japan. HRH is wearing a Kimono presented by the Japanese Imperial Family 🌸 Their Majesties and His Royal Highness visited Japan for the Enthronement Ceremony of His Majesty Emperor Naruhito in October this year.[Read more…] about Bhutanese Desktop Calendar (November 2019)
The October Calendar features a photograph of a masked dancer performing the Ging- Tsholing Cham at the Thimphu Tshechu. The chams are sacred dances performed by monks, with religious themes and messages.[Read more…] about Bhutanese Desktop Calendar (October 2019)
A takin- the national animal of Bhutan, at the Motithang Takin Preserve, Thimphu.
Previously thought to belong to the same family as musk ox, the takin has been found to be closer to goat and sheep. This fits in well with the Takin origin story popularly told in Bhutan: The famous Lama Drukpa Kinley, having consumed a whole ox and a whole goat, fixed the skull of the goat on the skeleton of the ox, and snapped his fingers, at which the new animal came alive and ran down the hills to graze.[Read more…] about Bhutanese Desktop Calendar (September 2019)