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« Reply #1155 on: March 01, 2017, 06:59:21 PM »

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http://yellow.bt/bhutan-calendar-march-2017/

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Our March Calendar features Her Majesty The Gyaltsuen and His Royal Highness The Gyalsey at the Royal Manas National Park.

The Royal Manas National Park, which covers over 1,050 square kms and is spread over three districts, is the oldest designated wildlife sanctuary in Bhutan, protected since 1966.

Today, the Park, which has been recently opened to limited tourism, is a sanctuary for thousands of plants and animal species, including many that are globally endangered.

The Park is home to the Royal bengal tiger, Asian elephant, one-horned rhino, clouded leopard, Hiamalayan black bear, pangolin, golden langur, and a variety of endangered birds, such as a variety of hornbills, the Pallas fishing eagle, great white bellied heron, spotted wren babbler, blue-headed rock thrush and emerald cuckoo. There are 365 recorded birds species here, and another 200 believed to be in residence.

Major rivers of central Bhutan flow into the Manas river, which is home to the Gangetic river dolphin, three species of a rare migratory game fish- masheer, and numerous other aquatic creatures.

There are over 900 species of valuable plants found in the park.

The Royal Manas National Park is bordered to the south by the Manas National Park in Assam (India), and the Jigme Singye National Park in the north. It is also connected by biological corridors to the Phibsoo Wildlife Sanctuary, Thrumshingla National Park, and Khaling Wildlife Sanctuary, allowing free movement for these protected species.

The park is managed by a team of dedicated forest guards who work round the clock. These elephants are an integral part of this team in keeping the park safe.
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« Reply #1156 on: March 02, 2017, 08:45:44 AM »

They really have beautiful and great pictures made and used for those calenders!!
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« Reply #1157 on: March 21, 2017, 07:58:48 PM »



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8 March 2017: His Majesty The King granted an Audience to 160 undergraduate scholarship students from across the country, who will be pursuing their education in diverse fields in colleges around the world.

The students are class 12 toppers, who will be studying medicine; pharmacy; microbiology; speech therapy; audiology; agricultural sciences; food science technology; veterinary science; civil, electrical, mechanical, chemical, water, mining and aeronautical engineering; avionics; architecture; construction management; geology; telecommunications; geographic information system; statistics; software development; meteorology; chemistry; actuarial science; hotel management and catering technology; culinary arts; tourism management; fashion design; interior design; animation; cinema; film and media production; marketing; herbal production; naturopathy and yogic science; mass communication, journalism and advertising; and fine arts, in India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Malaysia, Canada, United Kingdom, and the United States of America.

During the Audience, His Majesty shared the national vision of Bhutan, and described how the students can play their role in nation building.
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20 March 2017: His Majesty The King arrived in Tsenkari, in Nganglam, Pemagatshel to meet the victims of a fire that broke out this morning and to inspect the site.
The fire, which began in the early hours of the morning, damaged 14 shops and houses, and two vehicles, although no casualties were reported.
The fire was brought under control with the help of the RBA, RBP, DeSuups, and volunteers, who then helped provide victims with shelter and immediate relief materials.
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« Reply #1158 on: March 25, 2017, 03:37:24 PM »

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Our March Calendar features Her Majesty The Gyaltsuen and His Royal Highness The Gyalsey at the Royal Manas National Park.

The Royal Manas National Park, which covers over 1,050 square kms and is spread over three districts, is the oldest designated wildlife sanctuary in Bhutan, protected since 1966.

Today, the Park, which has been recently opened to limited tourism, is a sanctuary for thousands of plants and animal species, including many that are globally endangered.

The Park is home to the Royal bengal tiger, Asian elephant, one-horned rhino, clouded leopard, Hiamalayan black bear, pangolin, golden langur, and a variety of endangered birds, such as a variety of hornbills, the Pallas fishing eagle, great white bellied heron, spotted wren babbler, blue-headed rock thrush and emerald cuckoo. There are 365 recorded birds species here, and another 200 believed to be in residence.

Major rivers of central Bhutan flow into the Manas river, which is home to the Gangetic river dolphin, three species of a rare migratory game fish- masheer, and numerous other aquatic creatures.

There are over 900 species of valuable plants found in the park.

The Royal Manas National Park is bordered to the south by the Manas National Park in Assam (India), and the Jigme Singye National Park in the north. It is also connected by biological corridors to the Phibsoo Wildlife Sanctuary, Thrumshingla National Park, and Khaling Wildlife Sanctuary, allowing free movement for these protected species.

The park is managed by a team of dedicated forest guards who work round the clock. These elephants are an integral part of this team in keeping the park safe.

That is a stunning picture.
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« Reply #1159 on: March 31, 2017, 08:53:43 PM »

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« Reply #1160 on: April 02, 2017, 03:01:50 AM »


 





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It's been a year already!

We join the nation in offering all our love, prayers, and wishes on His Royal Highness The Gyalsey's first birthday tomorrow.

It has been a joy to see His Royal Highness grow, and travel across the country with Their Majesties meeting the people of Bhutan. We are grateful to Their Majesties for sharing so many precious moments with the Bhutanese people, and allowing everyone, to whom HRH is beloved as a son, to be a part of this wonderful journey.


Now, HE is an INSANELY cute royal baby. OMG...I just want to nibble on those cheeks and make him laugh! So adorable!

 
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« Reply #1161 on: April 11, 2017, 10:10:17 PM »

"11 April 2017: His Majesty The King graced the Paro Tshechu, and offered prayers before the Guru Thongdrol. Thousands of people were gathered to receive blessings and view the Thongdrol, which is displayed on the final day of the Tshechu."
https://www.facebook.com/...r/posts/10155045140013260




"Thousands of people visited the Paro Tshechu on the final day, on which the Guru Thongdrol is displayed."
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« Reply #1162 on: April 21, 2017, 10:07:30 PM »

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"18 April 2017, Tashichhodzong:
His Majesty The King granted an Audience to the Prime Minister of Bangladesh, Her Excellency Sheikh Hasina, at the Tashichhodzong today.
Her Excellency Sheikh Hasina is on a 3-day visit to Bhutan, and arrived in the country this morning. She was welcomed in a traditional chipdrel ceremony and presented a Guard of Honour at Tashichhodzong, prior to receiving the Audience."


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His Majesty The King with Her Excellency Sheikh Hasina, the Prime Minister of Bangladesh, at the Thimphu Tashichhodzong. Bhutan and Bangladesh enjoy a long and special friendship, which began with the independence of Bangladesh.

At the end of the Bangladesh Liberation War, His Majesty King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck, the Third King of Bhutan, sent a telegram to the Acting President of the Provisional Government of Bangladesh on the morning of 6 December 1971. Bhutan thus became the first state in the world to recognize the new country.

Since then, Bangladesh and Bhutan have enjoyed exceptionally warm and friendly relations.
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Their Royal Highnesses Princess Chimi Yangzom, Princess Sonam Dechan, and Princess Eeuphelma Choden, welcome Her Excellency Sheikh Hasina, in Thimphu.


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His Majesty The King and Her Majesty The Gyaltsuen with Her Excellency the Prime Minister of Bangladesh at the Tashichhodzong.


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His Majesty The King with Her Excellency the Prime Minister of Bangladesh.
Bhutan and Bangladesh have exchanged several high-level visits. Her Excellency Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina last visited Bhutan in 2009.







^ I only shared the pictures with royals on it, if you wish to see the colorful welcome ceremony, here it is : https://www.facebook.com/...r/posts/10155071605693260 (18 pics)

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19 April 2017: Bhutan gifted a plot of land measuring 1.5 acres to Bangladesh for construction of its Embassy at the diplomatic enclave at Hejo, Thimphu.
During her State Visit to Bhutan, the Prime Minister of Bangladesh, Her Excellency Sheikh Hasina unveiled the foundation stone for the Embassy. His Majesty The King graced the ceremony.
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Her Majesty The Gyaltsuen graced the inauguration of the International Conference on Autism and Neuro-developmental Disorders, along with the Prime Ministers of Bangladesh and Bhutan.

During the event, Her Majesty launched the “Guideline for Differently-Abled Friendly Construction" developed by the Ministry of Works and Human Settlement, which is a comprehensive guideline for the universal design of new facilities and remodelling of existing structures to enable use by differently-abled people.

The conference, which was attended by over 350 participants from Bhutan and abroad, is hosted by the Ministry of Health of Bhutan, with the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare of Bangladesh. Shuchona Foundation, based in Bangladesh, Ability Bhutan Society (ABS), and the World Health Organization South-East Asia Regional Office supported the initiative.

Her Majesty works closely with persons with disabilities, and is the Royal Patron of Ability Bhutan Society.
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Her Majesty The Gyaltsuen with Her Excellency Sheikh Hasina and Saima Wazed (centre) at the International Conference on Autism and Neuro-developmental Disorders, Thimphu. Saima Wazed is the daughter of the Prime Minister of Bangladesh, and the chairperson of National Advisory Committee on Autism and Neurodevelopmental disorders in Bangladesh.




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The 3-day Conference will provide a platform for policy-makers to engage with all stakeholders to solicit commitment for the implementation of international resolutions on autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders.


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« Reply #1163 on: April 21, 2017, 10:21:50 PM »


 






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It's been a year already!

We join the nation in offering all our love, prayers, and wishes on His Royal Highness The Gyalsey's first birthday tomorrow.

It has been a joy to see His Royal Highness grow, and travel across the country with Their Majesties meeting the people of Bhutan. We are grateful to Their Majesties for sharing so many precious moments with the Bhutanese people, and allowing everyone, to whom HRH is beloved as a son, to be a part of this wonderful journey.


Now, HE is an INSANELY cute royal baby. OMG...I just want to nibble on those cheeks and make him laugh! So adorable!

 

Look at these chicks you want to pinch them!! he is such a lovely little man ! He seems happy and healthy!time flys really   
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« Reply #1164 on: April 30, 2017, 10:26:20 PM »

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26 April 2017: His Majesty The King granted an Audience to the participants of the 24th DeSuung Voluntary Training Programme, in Tencholing yesterday.
The 120 men and women volunteers who signed up for the programme, began their 5-week training from 27th March.
When they complete their training on 29th April, they will be a part of 2,886 DeSuups who have undergone the training since 2011. Since then, DeSuups have made important contributions during times of disasters or national events.
Today, His Majesty The King visited the homes and met with the people of Sirigang, in Kabjisa, Punakha, who were affected by a windstorm last week. The windstorm on 18th April damaged more than 300 houses in Punakha. The government's immediate relief efforts were supported by the dzongkhag, armed forces, and DeSuups. The affected households, most of whom have already received insurance claims, are at the moment engaged in rebuilding damaged structures.
His Majesty also visited Punakha Central School, and Dechentsemo Central School in Thinleygang, and met with the students.
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His Majesty with Aum Daw, who her daughters think is around 88 years old. (Like most of the elder generation of Bhutanese, Aum Daw doesn't know her exact age.) Aum Daw says her name is derived from the day she was born- Sunday is Daw (or Dawa in some parts) in Bhutan.

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28 April 2017: His Majesty The King granted an Audience to Chief of The Army Staff of the Indian Army, General Bipin Rawat.
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« Reply #1165 on: April 30, 2017, 11:22:02 PM »

What a cutie pie.

Bhutan fascinates me. The culture, the deference to the King, all of it.

What is King Jigme's role precisely?
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« Reply #1166 on: May 01, 2017, 09:26:12 AM »

Such a sweet picture, the little guy hugging his mommy!
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« Reply #1167 on: May 01, 2017, 09:37:09 AM »

How these dignified and poised royals have survived W and K's visit is still a mystery to me... sorry for the OT!
The little prince is lovely😍😍😍
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« Reply #1168 on: May 01, 2017, 10:20:09 AM »

he is so big ! I like that they are so ''generous'' at showing him get him used to people and the the country that he will rule
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« Reply #1169 on: May 03, 2017, 12:20:08 AM »

awww,that's little boy is sooooo cute
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