Regd No:35356/1999 Under Act XXI of 1680
The Society for unity of people.
Monday, June 16, 2014
Bhutan Newsletter June 2014
Today at 1:52 PM
Kuzu zang pola (Hello)!
has finally arrived as the yak herders migrating back to the high lands
with welcoming of the warm weather, the valley floors flourishes with
lush greenery from the rice cultivation. This time of the year will be
perfect to see the markets bursting with organic fresh fruits and
vegetables in their most vibrant colors.
month we will focus on the exciting upcoming events on the calendar,
feature articles on Bhutan from all around the world and collections of
pictures take around this time of the year.
STORIES FROM AROUND THE WORLD
A visit to Bhutan proves a breathtaking experience, but the forces of change are starting to be seen in the isolated kingdom. continue reading
Bhutan takes light approach to tourism to protect the mountain kingdom's environment and culture. continue reading
Nimalung Tshechu (June)
The local Tshechu is held once
a yea in the 5th month of the Bhutanese calendar.
Duringthe Tshechu an awe-inspiring Thongdrol (gigantic
scroll painting) of Guru Rimpoche isputon display for attendees. continue reading
The history of the temples at
Kurjey is associated with Sindhu Raja and Guru
Rimpoche. Sindhu Raja invited Guru Rimpoche from Nepal
to Bhutan tosubdue some evilspirits that had been
plaguing the land.
Haa Summer Festival (July)
unparalleled insight into the lives and traditions of Bhutan's nomadic
herders. Immerse yourself in this one of a kind experience by playing
the local sports, sampling the delicious
home-cooked cuisine and enjoying traditional
songs and dances all while imbibing the heady local
liquor (Ara). continue reading
COLLECTION OF PICTURES
For further information, please contact:
Tourism Council of Bhutan, India Representative Office
C/o Charson Advisory Services Pvt. Ltd.
1104 Arcadia, 11th Floor, NCPA Marg, Nariman Point, Mumbai 400021 – India
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