In 2008, when people gave us the mandate to represent our respective Dzongkhags in the Parliament, we were equipped with nothing but Continue reading
Walking the less travelled road, sleeping in the most basic shelther, eating the most natural food, I have been visiting the remote part of my constituency for over a decade now. Thinking that it is far convenient to walk to villages than the public coming to Gewog Centre, I have travelled every villages respecting their busy schedule. Continue reading
In the rush to reach roads to Gewog Centres before deadlines, nothing could stand the onslaught of excavators and rock breakers. When the road was being aligned to Sangbaykha from Khamena, I was at this spot last year and requested the locals and the engineers to be kind on this gaint tree and the famous “Meey Dzong”, a rocky hill believed to be the castle of one of the local deities. Continue reading
It is hard for the people of Rangtse to believe that their village would attract such an unprecedented crowd. After His Majesty the King’s recent visit to their village, the people from various communities from Sangbaykha and Gakiling gathered to attend Teachings, Rituals, Wang and Lung from HE Tsugla Lopen. Continue reading
As they say “Bhutan is a land of short distance but long Journey.” It is especially true for Sangbaykha and Gakiling Gewogs of Haa, which has been cast away beyond Tergola like a completely different world. Continue reading
It is believed that the best offerings are made when your Guru is happy. For us, the Druk Gyalpo is our Guru who provides the vision that guides our nation to a future of everlasting peace and prosperity.
My submission to the august hall of the NC on Tourism Levy Exemption bill yesterday. Continue reading