Vajrayana Buddhism has been a central part of Bhutan

With two days left for the International Vajrayana conference to begin...

Tourism will never be the same

Director General of Tourism Council of Bhutan, Dorji Dhradhul, who was...

Himalayan language symposium stresses preserving languages before extinction

Language has an important function in society. Whether it is communication,...

Dzondrakha Tsechu: Tradition, custom, and community dynamics in Lungnyi

At 7 am, the residents of Lungnyi in Paro are adorned...

Driving transformational change

No matter what difference people share in political persuasion or other...

Bhutan represents the fifth largest source of students in Australia 

In 2022, Australia approved 5,523 visas for Bhutanese students, according to...

Fortress of Victory rises again

Paro, Bhutan — It is a sight reminiscent of witnessing the...

Blessings of Gadpo and Ganmo

Introducing themselves with verses the dance of Gadpo (old man) and...

Yonphu Tshechu shapes community vitality

The 400-year old Yonphu Tshechu (festival) held in Yonphu Lhakhang, Kanglung...

Dharma Practice and Mental Health – A Psychiatrist’s Perspectives 

Mindfulness meditation is an effective approach to dealing with depression and...

Calligraphy Art, a form of Buddhist Practice

Practising calligraphy art is a skilful means to see the nature...

Study finds a host of reasons for teacher attrition

Heavy workload, lack of professional development, poor leadership, poor working conditions,...

Research finds digital literacy vital to achieve Digital Drukyul vision

Research found that emphasising digital literacy is crucial if the Digital...

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