Bhutan-Heavenly land in the Great Himalayas

Bhutan is a small but pretty landlocked country in South-Asia, located in the foothills of the eastern Himalayas bordered by the Tibet Autonomous Region of China, the Sikkim State of India in the west, Arunachal Pradesh in the east, and Assam and West Bengal in the South. Bhutan typically experiences 4 distinct seasons in the year and this country has a moderate climate without much temperature-rise throughout the year, which makes it an anytime wanted destination for tourists.

 Previously known as Druk Yul, which means the land of dragons and it refers to the predominance of Tibetan Buddhism in the country since the earlier ages. It is also the land for Mons, the non-Tibetan Buddhist monks who still preserve the tradition and integrity of the religion and their chants and prayer routines spread positive vibes everywhere which makes this land the most desired peaceful, spiritual destination.

Bhutan is a royally governed and developing country which promotes tourism to a higher extent so as to achieve an appreciable socio-economic development, preserving environmental and ecological integrity at the same time. The rich culture & the historical legacy along with a harmonious & peaceful crowd of Bhutan will welcome you cheerfully to this majestic land of Himalayas. The people of Bhutan love their tradition to that extent that they still adhere to it by every means, even in this ages and this will make this country more interesting for heritage travelers.

One of the most unique features with Bhutan is their excellent architecture which clearly depicts the tale of Tibetan influence in their elegant cultural legacy. The land will amaze you with the ancient temple drawings and carvings that have their vivid position in every monument in this land.

Bhutanese possess a different and dazzling culture, which is so distinctive in their colorful and traditional dressing style, festivals and rituals and it will make you feel wonderful about the unity and positivism of the population of this beautiful country. They are affluent in their cultural diversity which is well showcased in their vibrant and colorful religious festivals celebrated every year throughout the country.

Paro is one of the most demanded tourist destinations in Bhutan. It is the home for Paro Taktsang or Tiger's Nest monastery, located majestically in the Cliff-side of the upper Paro valley,is a prominent Himalayan Buddhist sacred site and one of the most wanted destinations of trekking lovers. It has a breath-taking view, surrounded by pine forest and it typically looks like a “hanging-down complex” from the hills in far views. Ringpung Dzong, is an ancient fortress which has an amazing and tantalizing architectural beauty is another amazing attraction in Paro.

Then comes the king’s place, the beautiful Thimphu which is the capital of Bhutan. The jaw-dropping statue of Buddha, known as Buddha Dordenma which is 51 meters tall and gold-plated, is a major attraction of Thimphu. You can also pay a visit to the holiest Changangkha Lhakhang, the place of religious faith and tradition, Tango monastery and the tallest Memorial Chorten which is an ancient Buddhist monument.

Punakha fort located in Punakha,which was the earlier capital of Bhutan is a quaint and attractive river-side fort with equally charming views from outside and inside is a must-watch monument in Bhutan.

Apart from the alluring beauty of the land and pleasant weather, Bhutan uniquely stands out in cherishing the tourists with its vivid customs and rich heritage. You can also have a gratifying shopping experience in Bhutan which has the world’s most demanded traditional architectural craft-works and weaved textiles like thag-zo, shag-zo etc. You can also purchase varieties of curio like Buddha statues, traditional dragon designs to give your living an extra-traditional spiritual attire.

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