Bhutan has no , though plans to link southern Bhutan to its vast network under an agreement signed in January 2005.
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Bhutan: Development Planning in a Unique Environment , 1989.Next
Bhutan is a Buddhist Kingdom The predominant religion is Buddhism, and a visitor will experience much of the religion and spirituality of Bhutan people and places.
The key manufacturing sectors in Bhutan include production of , cement, metal poles, iron and nonalloy steel products, processed , , alcoholic and carbonated , processed fruits, carpets, wood products and furniture.Next
Namgyal became the first and his successors acted as the spiritual leaders of Bhutan like the in Tibet.
Although uncommon, is accepted, often being a device to keep property in a contained family unit rather than dispersing it. After the decline of the in the 14th century, these subsects vied with each other for supremacy in the political and religious landscape, eventually leading to the ascendancy of the by the 16th century.Next
Retrieved 29 March 2011.
The King and most of the high-ranking officials are Ngalongs.Next
Retrieved 25 January 2013.
They are mostly found in the southern foothills of the country.Next
The Bhutanese newspaper said that China might use the roads to further Chinese claims along the border.
Bhutan has made steps toward gender equality by enrolling more girls in school as well as creating the "National Commission for Women and Children" NCWC in 2004. Retrieved 30 June 2017. Throughout all of Bhutan there are Buddhist stupas , believed to be a form of protection for tourists and residents.
It is not treated as a sector but rather as a set of concerns that must be mainstreamed in Bhutan's overall approach to development planning and to be buttressed by the force of law.
Lepcha, My Vanishing Tribe.Next
A number of annual festivals highlight different events in the life of Buddha.