This was the last day in Bhutan
1. tigers nest
Taksang phalpug monastery
Resting on a less drift side of the Himalayan mountain range tiger's nest represent a prominent secret site where bhutan's tutelary duty padmasambhava once meditated the elegant temple complex was built around meditation caves or tiger lion in 1692 and quickly became the Nation's cultural icon Explorer the compound for principal temples and residential houses interconnected through granite staircase inside the monastery inspect bodhisattva images elaborate wall paintings balconies embellished with religious symbols and remarkable works of art you will need study climbing shoes and the moderate fitness level to ensure the several griddling hours it takes to reach . This was my last day in Bhutan it totally transformed me and I got a different point of view of view about myself and I became more closer to nature It was a wonderful journey and spiritual journey which everyone has to take up.
So this is anvitha bellamane signing off till my next adventure story keep travelling and live your life.
Some information about Bhutan
The flag of Bhutan was adopted in 1965 yellow: authority of the King
white: purity and loyalty
Orange : red hat sect
Currencies: Indian rupee can be used or ngultrum.
Prime Minister: tshering tobgay.
National butterfly: ludlows bhutans shallow tail.
Queen :jetsun Pema
National game :archery
national tree: Cypress
national flower :blue poppy
National anthem: druk tsendhen
Origin of the name :etymology -The precise etymology of Bhutan is unknown although it is likely to derive from the Tibetan endonym word used for Tibet the EICs surveyor general James rennell first anglicize the French name of "Bootan" and then popularised the distinction between it and greater Tibet.
Fact: bhutanese leaders is called as drug gyalpa the thunder Dragon Kings
National Emblem :it is a circle inside which have to cross vajras placed over a Lotus circled by the Dragon on each side the wish fulfilling jewel is located above them there are four jewels inside the circle where the two vajras intersect. they symbolise The Spiritual and secular traditions of the country based on the spiritual undertakings of vajrayana Buddhism Lotus represents purity the wish fulfilling jewel is the sovereign power of the people and the Dragons, the name of the kingdom.
TIP: visit Bhutan when there are festivals going on then you can see the most colourful side of bhutan
*Also visit phobjika valley