Save The Children Photography Workshop. Bhutan.
Chazam Bridge, build by Tibetan bridge builder Thangtong Gyalpo. He was the iron bridge builder in 15th century. (Cha = Iron, Zam = bridge). Outskirts of Paro. Bhutan.
Gangtey Palace
The lovely altar (choesham) in the utse’s top floor is painted in a common pattern meant to imitate a rare silk patchwork altar cloth. Gangtey palace, Bhutan.
Photography Workshop in Bhutan
Grandmother helps her granddaughter read verse on huge prayer wheel, installed outisde the National Traditional Medicine Hospital. Thimpu, Bhutan.
Ugyen Choeling
Chorten at Ugyen Choling, surrounded by prayer flags. Bhutan.
Takshang Monastery (Tiger's Nest Monastery)
Takshang Monastery is perched on the side of a cliff 900m above the floor of Paro valley where the only sounds are the murmurs of wind and water and the chanting of monks. Bhutan.
Photography Workshop in Bhutan
Paro Dzong is perched on hill as Paro Chhu river flows below. Paro chhu is a tributary of Wong Chhu, which is known as the Raidak in its lower reaches. Bhutan.
Photography Workshop in Bhutan
Ngagyur Nyingma Buddhist Nunnery with center stupa. Thimpu, Bhutan.
Jampey Lakhang, Bumthang, Bhutan
Chorten details with tsatsa offering at Jampey Lakhang in Bumthang, Bhutan.
Bhutan
A Nyingma monastic college or shedra, Do-ngag Tösam Rabgayling, has been established above the Gangtey village. Outskirts of Phobjika. Bhutan. (note*: Tshedra, a school, where Bhutese people study to become a monk.)
Photography Workshop in Bhutan
Fluttering Prayer flags at the entrance to Ngagyur Nyingma Buddhist Nunnery. Thimpu, Bhutan
Save The Children Photography Workshop. Bhutan.
The ancient ruin of Drukgyel Dzong, considered as the most beautiful and famous archaeological sites in Bhutan, is situated on a ridge in the upper Paro valley. Bhutan.
Photography Workshop in Bhutan
Tsatsa in Paro, Bhutan.
Young Monks, Bhutan
Nyingmapa Gangtey Monastery with young monks letting off some steam after morning prayer. Phobjika Valley, Bhutan
Photography Workshop in Bhutan
Paro Dzong is perched on hill as Paro Chhu river flows below. Paro chhu is a tributary of Wong Chhu, which is known as the Raidak in its lower reaches. Bhutan.
Trongsa Dzong
Trongsa Dzong is the largest dzong, an important administrative building and a major monastic complex, with around 200 monks. Bhutan.
Motherhood. Bhutan.
Bhutanese mother uses her traditional kira to carry her child. Bhutan.
Photography Workshop in Bhutan
Fluttering Prayer flags at the entrance to Ngagyur Nyingma Buddhist Nunnery. Thimpu, Bhutan
Photography Workshop in Bhutan
A Ngagyur Nyingma Buddhist Nunnery nun beating drum while other fellow nuns sing on a picnic. Thimpu, Bhutan
Prayer flags at Taksanga. Bhutan,
Prayer flags at Taksanga, Bhutan.
A Monk at Jakar Dzong
Constructed in 1667, Jakar Dzong sits atop a ridge above the town of Jakar. The dzong fortress is now an administrative center. It may be the largest dzong in Bhutan, with a circumference of more than 1,500 metres (4,900 ft). Bhutan.
Bhutanese School Girls
Bhutanese School Girls wears Kira, their traditional attire to school. Bhutan.
Photography Workshop in Bhutan
Elderly Bhutanese lady against bamboo cut out wall at Bumtang Aiport which is under construction. Bhutan.
Prayer flags at Dochu La pass. Bhutan,
Prayer flags at Dochu La Pass, Bhutan.
Punakha Dzong
Punakha Dzong is country's most beautiful Dzong.It is the winter residence of Bhutan's Central Monastic Body led by HH the Je Khenpo. Bhutan.
Dzong at Wangdue Prodrang
The town shares its name with the dzong, built in 1638 which dominates the district. It was burnt down by a fire in the afternoon of 24th June 2012. However, as the dzong was being renovated at the time of the fire, most of the historic relics had been put into storage and so were saved from destruction. Bhutan.
show sidebar & content