Packaged food and frizzy drinks should be the exception rather than the norm

With packaged, processed, modified food readily available in beautiful packages, it has become the norm for people to eat such food and drinks. People often stock their food cupboards with packets of chips and biscuits, frizzy drinks and instant noodles. It is a very delicious world we live in now, with varieties of food and drinks to tempt […]

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Pangrizampa Lhakhang and restoration of the historical Bazam

Four centuries ago, in the year 1616, Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal at the young age of twenty-three years arrived in Bhutan from Tibet. His arrival in Bhutan heralded in an important era in Bhutan’s history. Zhabdrung unified Bhutan under his rule, defended Bhutan from repeated Tibetan invasions, built Dzongs in each valley and thus established firm […]

Zhabrung, the unifier of Bhutan

Visit to Simtokha Dzong

Time is a scarce resource for everyone. We are each given 24 hours every day and it is up to us to make what we want out of it. Much of my hours and days are spent at work. To ensure that life does not pass me by – without my having something to show […]


History about the Nalanda monastery in Punakha

In 1757 the 9th Je Khenpo Shakya Rinchen, considered to be a reincarnation of Rechungpa (one of the two extraordinary disciples of Milarepa in Kagye Buddhist lineage), founded the Nalanda Monastery in Punkaha. At the time when this monastery was built, the ancient Nalanda University in India was a very holy and sacred place. Bhutanese […]


A Daily Practice Plan – Sun Salutation & Breathing Practice

  First and foremost, you must enjoy your practice. Don’t let it become a chore or a bore. Remember, it is your practice and you should regard it as your own form of creative expression that you can look forward to, so don’t make it so challenging for yourself that you approach it with dread. […]


Karma – the universal principal of cause and effect

Karma is the universal principal of cause and effect, which governs all consciousness. All deeds, thoughts, vibrations of any sort, are ruled by a law that demands perfect rebound. The concept of karma lies at the very heart of Buddhist and Hindu philosophy. The word comes from Sanskrit kri, meaning ‘to do’. Karma is not […]


Bhutan’s royal couple announce birth of baby prince

Bhutan’s royal couple on Saturday announced the birth of their first child, a baby prince, delighting the remote Himalayan kingdom where the monarchy is revered. The newest royal, the son of King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck and Queen Jetsun Pema, was safely delivered at Lingkana Palace in the Bhutanese capital Thimphu on February 5, the […]



Meditation is the most powerful mental and nerve tonic. Divine energy flows freely to the adept during meditation and exerts a benign influence on the mind, nerves, sense organs and body. Meditation opens the door to intuitive knowledge and realms of eternal bliss. The mind becomes calm and steady, you discover a greater sense of […]