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From Damphu to Lhamoidzingkha

There is certain euphoria in travelling to new places. Lhamoidzingkha, as I saw on social media, was filled with colours and geological wonders. 

Bhutan discovers 54 new species in a decade

In the past decade, 54 new species to science from eight...

Dechenpelri: A Kheng community in Sarpang

October 2003. Edi, Zhemgang—a war to flush out the heavily armed...

Lungchutse becoming a favourite hiking spot

For many urbanites, the Lungchutse hike has become an attractive escape,...

The small-scale producers of Tsirang

Every Sunday, the vegetable market comes to live at 3am. Sometimes,...

Defunct ultrasound, no doctor in Dagapela hospital

It has been more than two months since the ultrasound machine...

Hoentey, the New-Year delicacy for Haa

Each household is preparing 100 pieces of Hoentey for the National...

Vajrayana Buddhism: A Review

A Mandala of 21st Century Perspectives: Tradition and Innovation in Vajrayana...

In the steps of their forefathers

The practise of appeasing one’s protective deities is strong and deep-rooted ...

Blacksmithing a dying art

He was about 14 when he first laid his hands on...

Nge Love Story: A film that labours to get at the soul

Reality hits us again with this film directed by Sonam Maekay...

The Next Guardian, a story of changing times

The Next Guardian, a documentary co-directed by former BBS producer Arun...

Adapting in Lhamozingkha from Merak

Lobzang Jimba, 45, grew up in the mountains of Khiliphu in...

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