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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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Professionalising tour guides

Bhutan has come a long way since it opened up its doors to tourism in 1974. Untill 1998, the sector fuctioned under the government. Tour operator and guides were government employees. Today, the tourism industry has become the second largest revenue contributor in the country.

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Addressing joint pain

It is difficult to pin exactly what specific injury you are experiencing, but I am confident I can help you. Mostly, shoulder pains are caused by over working the shoulder joint and surrounding muscle. Most people, men in particular, love over working the chest and shoulder muscle, which create a lot of stress to the shoulder joint, it's connective tissue, rotator cuff muscle, and anterior deltoids.

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Bhutan and the Buddhist Himalayan world has a rich tradition of life writing in the form of histories, biographies, travelogues, memoirs, catalogues, narratives and other types of life accounts. Among them, the genre of biography is the most well known form of life writing. Bhutanese hierarchs, who were capable of writing, took great interest in writing accounts of their lives or the lives of their masters.

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Mutton Roganjosh

In a bowl, add whole masala powder (corn flour, turmeric powder, Kasmiri chili powder, black cardamom, cinnamon stick) water and mix it well

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