Governance in Bhutan – Part III

Five Year Plans of Bhutan

The Five Year Plans (FYP) of Bhutan are a series of national economic development plans adopted by the government of Bhutan since 1961 based on socialist model of Russia and as dovetailed by India.  In the World Bank’s 1989 appraisal:

Household air pollution: A public health hazard in rural areas

While people tend to believe that air pollution is an outdoor...

The ‘Imagine ONEWORLD Kimono Project’

ne an ideal condition where all the people in the world...

Governance in Bhutan-Part II

Royal Household under the Monarchy The Royal Household under the Monarchs comprised...

Governance in Bhutan – Part I

Definition of governance The word governance derives from the Greek verb κυερνάω...

The Dharma Wheel-Statue of Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel

Zhabdrung’s “palm will have a khorlo to denote his extensive activities.”...

Hema Hema – the Bhutanese narrative

I am glad that Hema Hema – the latest film by...

Jigme Namgyel in Trongsa – a name, a symbol and a vision!

It felt as if Jigme Namgyel finally returned to Trongsa after...

Dragon Kings – The Great Beings on the Golden Throne

1907. December 17. When the people’s representatives signed the historic ‘Gyenja’,...

National Day: the Story of Bhutan

The Trongsa valley, steeped in rich spiritual and political history, has...

Bhutan through the years: One Nation, One Vision

December 9, 2006, the 20th day of the 10th month of...

A strong economic environment in Bhutan requires healthy choices

As Bhutan searches to find its own path to healthy economic...

The Power of the Royal Vision

Bhutan celebrates the tenth year of His Majesty The King’s glorious...

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