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  In Bhutan, there are two sports that are loved by the masses. The first is obviously archery while in close second is Khuru – a game that is somewhat like darts except it’s a Bhutanese version. Not only does the size of a khuru dart differ, it is also carved out of hard-wood with...
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For those who are on the fence about visiting the beautiful country of Bhutan, Little Bhutan has compiled a list of facts that will hopefully make you want to change your mind and book a ticket immediately. Sandwiched between India and China, Bhutan is one among the 43 landlocked countries in the world. The word...
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For most visitors planning on a trip to Bhutan, the question they struggle with is how long they should stretch the trip. The Royal Government and the Department of tourism and have fixed Land cost/Government fee of  US$ 100 per person per night as Sustainable Development Fund(SDF) which goes towards social benefits like education and...
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In a world, where, who we are, is, determined by what name each of us call our gods, Bhutan is more or less a Buddhist country. We are a land distinct in culture, cuisine, conviction, costume and custom. But more importantly, we are the last purely Mahayana Buddhist kingdom. A major chunk of our people...
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The Highest number of Cranes recorded in Phobjika  Phobjikha valley in Wangduephodrang is considered one of the largest and most significant wetlands in the country. At 3,000 meters, it is home to the endangered black-necked cranes. Locally known as thrung thrung karm, these majestic birds migrate to Phobjikha valley from the Tibetan plateau, crossing the mighty...
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  Are you planning on a trip to Bhutan? Allow us to give you a photographic tour of one of the happiest nations in the Himalayas, no – hang on, in the world. Known for its remoteness, Bhutan is a travel destination that many only dream of visiting. And so, every year, only a few actually...
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We invite you on a journey to join an exclusive Bhutan Art Tour led by  “The Sketching Backpacker” Robert A. Alejandro Come and join us for a one of a kind travel experience. Learn travel illustration, water-coloring & drawing with Robert A. Alejandro in the most wonderful of settings: Bhutan. Join us this 13 –...
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The fourth and latest film from Bhutanese Buddhist teacher, lama, and filmmaker, Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche, Hema Hema: Sing Me a Song While I Wait, premiered last month at the Locarno Film Festival in Switzerland. Last year, Lion’s Roar reported that Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche, also known as Khyentse Norbu, launched a Kickstarter project to gather funding for the film, which...
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A Park Where Rhododendrons are in Bloom Opened only a few years ago, the Royal Botanical Park congregated hordes of people from near and far this year too. Strolling around the 125-acre park in Lamperi (a half-hour drive from Thimphu), visitors were busy clicking away with their cameras, visiting nomadic tents or simply marveling at...
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With the completion of the world’s tallest statue of Guru Rinpoche in Lhuentse, eastern Bhutan, many people’s attention has turned to this great yogi. What is his connection to Bhutan? Was he a deity or a man? Well, the great yogi was neither an ordinary human nor a god but an emanation of both Buddha...
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