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His Majesty graces the last day of Trashigang Tsechu

November 28, 2009 By: Bridge to Bhutan Category: Culture, News

November 28: His Majesty the King arrived in Trashigang and graced the final day of the Tshechu. His Majesty offered prayers at the sacred Guru Tshegye Kucham.

Later, His Majesty granted Kidu to 1,114 households from nine Geogs in Trashigang that were affected by recent earthquake, windstorm and fire.

Over the next few days, His Majesty will be personally overseeing the rebuilding of the houses damaged by the recent earthquake. (more…)

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Asian Businessmen & family contributes to His Majesty’s Earthquake Relief (Kidu) fund

November 17, 2009 By: Bridge to Bhutan Category: Philanthrophy, Rural Development

09nov16lym 16 November, 2009 – Eight sponsors of the Buddha Dordenma (world’s tallest Buddha Statue) being constructed at the Kuensel phodrang, Thimphu, presented a cheque of Nu 10.09 million (USD 219,200) yesterday to the Prime Minister, Lyonchen Jigme Y Thinley yesterday.
[ Note: Keeping in line with our philosophy and as part of our giving back policy, Bridge To Bhutan made a humble contribution to His Majesty’s Earthquake Relief Fund on 20th October 2009] (more…)

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Bhutan Prepares for Historic Coronation of the Fifth King

October 30, 2008 By: Bridge to Bhutan Category: Culture, Gross National Happiness, News

His Majesty The Druk Gyalpo

His Majesty The Druk Gyalpo

29 October, 2008 – It is the end – and the beginning – of history. On the morning of November 1, the third day of the ninth Bhutanese month, His Majesty the King will be empowered as the Druk Gyalpo in a unique and sacred empowerment ceremony, which symbolises his transcendence of the ordinary and the temporal and the personification of divine wisdom.

His Majesty will receive the Dar Na-Nga, a special arrangement of the primary colours that signify the five elements. The ceremony will take place in the Machhen Lhakhang, and the Dar Na-Nga will be symbolically conferred by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal, in the presence of the fourth Druk Gyalpo, with the empowerment prayer chanted by His Holiness the Je Khenpo.

The white, yellow, red, green, and blue silk scarves represent the elements – water, earth, fire, wind, and space – the basis of physical existence, that His Majesty personifies, as well as the underlying energies from which the physical world arises.

In Buddhist belief, the empowerment of the Druk Gyalpo mandates that he assumes the strategies of the Gewa Rigna (five Buddha families) – that of pacification, increase, magnification, power, and a combination of all.
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