The Jewel in the Crown, a book of illustrations about the royal wedding, is one such example of how it has changed for the new generation of Bhutanese. A picture book, Jewel in the Crown is Bhutan’s own story of the King and Queen that beats any fairy-tale because it is based on real events. For Bhutanese, this book can be likened to the classics of the Brothers Grimm, but while fairy-tale-like in theme, it is even more special because it is a true story capturing moments from that historical event.
To commemorate the 40th Birth Anniversary of His Majesty The Druk Gyalpo, Her Majesty the Gyalyum Sangay Choden Wangchuck, Royal Patron and President of the Gyalyum Charitable Trust launched a pictorial book "Druk Gyalpo- The King of Bhutan".
A colouring book to take you through a therapeutic experience. Kelly Dorji takes you on a spiritual journey through Buddhist symbolism to help find your inner peace. In our busy lives, this book is the perfect oasis.
The Druk Journal is contributing to Bhutan's growth as a democracy and as a modern nation state. The Druk Journal hopes, not only to inform citizens, but to build a community of people that play an active role, as individuals and as a community.
Sangay Acharya s a writer broadcaster and documentary producer. His camera has taken him to adventures in mountains, deserts, rain forests, coastal mangrove swamps and even underwater to the fascinating world of coral reefs.
Bhutan Collective We are made up of twelve photographs from diverse backgrounds and geographies (Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam) with a common passion for photography. We now add to this community, the love of Bhutan and caring for the school children of Dhur Primary School.
Many Bhutanese believe that every inch of Bhutan's landscape was blessed by Guru Rinpoche. Guru Rinpoche is said to have traveled extensively and meditated in all parts on the country, either in person or in divine forms, so much so that most of Bhutan's natural sites including its beautiful valleys, mountains, lakes, springs, and rocks are associated with him.
Dawa looks like just another scruffy Thimphu street dog, but don't be fooled: he understand Dzongkaha, he has an urge to see the world and his bigger-than-normal brain is matched only by his compassionate heart. This is an extraordinary life; follow it from its tragic beginnings to his ascension as the legendary Leader of Howling in Thimphu, to the miracle that saves him. Dawa's story will appeal to all who have experienced life's rigors - but have never given up hope on the possibilities.
This book is personally autographed by the author. PaSsu Diary is a collection of selected blog entries from one of Bhutan's most popular blogs - PaSsu Diary: a journal of an ordinary Bhutanese, spanning over a decade. It is a record of people, places and events surrounding the life of the blogger that every Bhutanese can connect to and relate with.