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Chorten

The chorten (མཆོད་རྟེན་) monument is perhaps the most ubiquitous religious architecture of Bhutan. They dot the Bhutanese landscape giving people spiritual solace and the natural environment a special cultural and spiritual presence and power.

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Adopt a Cat!

There is a lot of cats at the shelter at the moment and most of us are waiting to find a real family. Some of us already have a family and they are just here to get better or have an operation.

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Helping the young with business and education

Loden Foundation, which started in 2000, caters to the needs of the youth. The non-governmental organisation provides basic early learning education and scholarships for higher education to the children from disadvantaged backgrounds. It also supports entrepreneurship.

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Paneer Tikka

Method: Take hung curd in a bowl and beat it until smooth. Add onion, chili powder, Kasoori Methi and salt and mix well. Add paneer and coat it on the marinade

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Adopt a Dog!

My name is Fendi and my family is originally from Croatia, Dalmatia that is. Yes, I am a Dalmatian lady but I did not travel to Bhutan of my own will. I was brought in as a puppy and I am afraid I was not born in Dalmatia either. I was born somewhere in India, in a puppy farm, those terrible concentration camps where dogs of any and every breed are forced to produce puppies all year round to see them snatched before they are four weeks old.

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For lactose intolerant individuals

Lactose is the sugar naturally present in milk and milk products. Most adults are unable to digest the sugar found in it, as they lack the enzyme "lactase" required to break it down for digestion and absorption. So the results of consuming a protein or dairy product that contains lactose are stomach cramp, flatulence, and diarrhoea.

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Choesham

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. It is the space dedicated to the divine beings and objects of worship known as the tensum (རྟེན་གསུམ་) or three supports.

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Adopt a Dog!

My name is Tashi. If you read this column regularly, you might think I am from Tashiyangtse or Trashigang or maybe from TashiCell building area or Tashi Delek magazine office.

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