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Choesham (མཆོད་བཤམ་) generally refers to the shrine room in a Bhutanese household architecture and more specifically to the shrine built to house the holy objects.

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Adopt a PET!

My name is Julia. This is a very exotic name for a Bhutanese dog, isn’t it? Let me tell you my story. This is not a fairy tale, or is it? I was born in the streets or rather on the roads of Thimphu. I was a street dog.

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Bhatti Ka Murgh

Method: Mix all the chicken ingredients into a smooth paste and rub the marinade generously all over the chicken skin. Cover and refrigerate for eight hours or overnight.

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Instilling GNH values in the society

The Fourth Druk Gyelpo introduced the Gross National Happiness in the 1970s. Organisations such as Centre for Bhutan Studies and GNH research, and GNH commission exist for better policy planning and research. The need to implement the values rooted in equity, humanity and kindness is seen as crucial.

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Shedra Monastic College

Shedra (དྲུག་པ་ཚེས་བཞི་) is a commentarial monastic college in the Himalayan Buddhist system. Although religious seminaries existed for many centuries for training the priests and imparting Buddhist education, the term shedra, literally exposition centre, seems to have gained frequency only in the 19th century after the establishment of Dzogchen Śrī Siṃha Shedra in eastern Tibet.

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Adopt a dog!

Yes, I do speak English and Doggie, even if am still a very young puppy! Doggie language is my mother tongue and I got to learn English and a little Dzongkha while at the shelter. Some of the other dogs here speak Tshangla or Nepali, and Kengkha.

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A strong relationship is based on trust not legal agreements

I own a small hotel and have problems with staff who get their salaries and then bunk the next day. I’m thinking to get them to sign legal contracts to stop them from doing this. Also, friends who run similar businesses suggest that I withhold their salary until the middle ...

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Gulab Jamun

Mix together water, sugar, and crushed cardamoms. Boil the syrup until it turns slightly sticky. Add rose water and mix. Set aside to keep it hot.

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