Tsangkha lake disappears

Usually this time around, Ap Dawa, 81, would be busy. He would be leading the village’s important annual tshomem appeasing ritual in the heart of his gewog in Tsangkha, Dagana.

VAST and shades of emerging Bhutanese artists

For young individuals with a passion for art, there aren’t many...

Popular Chubu Tshachu needs more facilities

More than 1,000 people visit Chubu Tshachu (hot spring) in Toedwang,...

A vanishing Treasury of legacies

Domchu and Karpo spent almost their entire lives in Talo, Punakha....

Mawong Yuetsen: Building communities

Rain or shine, Aganidhi Acharya and his 19-member team from lower Menchuna in...

Running and cycling: living a dream   

For Nim Gyaltshen from Paro, 67, age is just a number.  He...

Nakulu, new home for man’s best friend

Jigme is friendly. And smart. Wagging his tail and sniffing around, he...

Journey from Phuentsholing to Samdrupjongkhar through India

It was on January 15. I set out on my journey...

Determination to succeed

Dorji Penjor was leading a “normal” life until seven years ago. A...

Wintering at mandarin depots in the South

Kinley Tshering and his friends—30 in all—have just done their lunch....

Taking care of the elderly in Barshong Gonpa

Bumpa Dema, 78, does not have a child. At the age...

Serchu: An educator the community is grateful to

Travelling to new places is a joy, more so when you...

Archers from Samdrupjongkhar dominate major tournaments  

Archers from Gomdar, Martshala, and Orong in Samdrupjongkhar have been dominating...

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