Monks ask people not to make heart offerings at Dechenphu

People visit Dechenphu Lhakhang early in the morning with animal hearts, almost every day. Offering animal hearts to seek divine help and blessings has been a long-standing tradition at Dechenphu Lhakhang in Thimphu.

Rafting becomes popular again, albeit slowly

White water rafting is a well-known sport in Bhutan and there...

Young social entrepreneur driving transformation 

Entrepreneurship is about, ideas, innovation, and execution. More importantly, it is...

Lack of space at Nakulu dog shelter

Eighty days passed since the Animal Lover Group took Nakulu Dog...

Aum Kangchim, the wish-granting goddess of Chapcha

Chapcha Darjaychoeling Goenzin Dratshang, also known as Dokhachoe Goenpa in Chukha,...

Tha Namkhai Dzong-a fortress in the sky

Anything restrictive is more appealing. In December 2021, a monk from...

Angay Yeshey’s compassion

It has been 29 days since Yeshey Choden passed away. The 98-year-old...

The great treasure discoverer in Buli

Located at an elevation of 1,600 metres east of Zhemang town,...

Deki Lhazom shines at Asian Cup Qualifiers

Before competing in the recent AFC U-20 Women’s Asian Cup Qualifiers...

Baeyul Kinzang: Glimpses of the hidden valley

Chukha—A pleasant November evening. I was sitting around a campfire with...

After the fire…

February 22, Debsi—After a phone call with her only son, Kezang...

River Guides work to lift Panbang community

Peace, if lost or forgotten, can be found again at Marang...

Trong Heritage Village

The Trong Heritage Village in Zhemgang has a soul and a...

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