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Her Majesty Queen Jetsun Pema  Her Majesty The Gyaltsuen Jetsun Pema Wangchuck is The Queen of Bhutan


30 September 2017, Thimphu: His Majesty The King granted Dassain Tikka and blessings to representatives of the Hindu community gathered at the Lingkana Palace. A representative each from the sixty gewogs of the southern Dzongkhags of Samtse, Sarpang, Dagana, Samdrup Jongkhar, Chukha, and Tsirang were joined by other representatives of the Hindu community including the Hindu Dharma Samudaya.

The Durga Puja was held yesterday at Lingkana Palace, conducted by priests from the Hindu Dharma Samudaya.

Dassain is one of the most important festivals of the Hindu community in Bhutan. The festival, which lasts for 15 days, starts from the new moon till the full moon in the Hindu month of Ashvin/Asauj.
According to Hindu scriptures, Dassain is celebrated to mark Rama’s victory over the demon king Ravana, and his brother Kumbkarna. Goddess Durga is said to have played a pivotal role in these victories, for which she is particularly worshipped during the Dassain festival.
The Tikka is an offering made to goddess Durga for peace, prosperity and happiness. The Tikka is a paste made of mixture of rice grains, curd, and red vermillion powder. It is applied on the forehead as a mark of blessing from the goddess Durga.

Elders and parents place Dassain tika on the foreheads of their children and younger members, to impart blessings and protection to their family.

The Tikka used in the ceremony today was sanctified from the Durga Puja. After being blessed by His Majesty, part of the Tikka was distributed through the Hindu mandir, and used in Tikka ceremonies across the homes of Hindu families.

Prime Minister Dasho Tshering Tobgay, and other senior officials of the government also took part in this special celebration.

Dassain was declared a national holiday in 1980. #HisMajesty #KingJigmeKhesar #KingofBhutan #Dassain #Puja #blessings #ceremony #Bhutan

The monthly desktop calendar on yellow.bt features this photograph of HRH Gyalsey ❦ #HRH #Gyalsey #Prince #Bhutan #RoyalFamily #September #YellowBhutan

24 August 2017: His Majesty The King arrived in Thimphu today, following a 10 day Royal Tour of the Southern Dzongkhags of Chukha and Samtse.

His Majesty granted an Audience to the retired armed force personnel at the Chukha Dzong this afternoon, and to the students of the Gaeddu College of Business Studies, enroute to Thimphu.

This morning, His Majesty visited Samtse Dratshang and granted an Audience to Dzongkhag officials of Samtse.

Yesterday, His Majesty offered prayers at the Tashicholing Mandir and offered a Ganesh statue for the temple. His Majesty granted an Audience to the armed force personnel based in Tashicholing, and visited the Vocational Skills Development Centre for spouses of the armed forces personnel built by Project HOPE, a Royal Initiative which
works for the welfare of armed forces personnel and their families across the country.

In Samtse, His Majesty visited the Shivalaya Mandir, which was built upon Royal Command, and consecrated in 2015 to commemorate the 60th Birth Anniversary of His Majesty the Fourth Druk Gyalpo.

His Majesty also granted Audiences to the students of Samtse College of Education, as well as the retired armed force personnel of Samtse dzongkhag, and the officers from the Royal Bhutan Army and Royal Bhutan Police in Samtse.

In Phuentsholing, His Majesty graced the launch of the inaugural Foreign Service Programme of the Royal Institute of Governance and Strategic Studies. His Majesty also granted audience to regional heads of various government agencies based in Phuentsholing, and visited the Amochu Land Reclamation and Township Project. #HisMajesty #KingJigmeKhesar #KingofBhutan #RoyalTour #Samtse #ShivalayaMandir

16 August 2017: His Majesty The King graced the launch of the Bhutan Foreign Service Programme, at the Royal Institute of Governance and Strategic Studies in Phuentsholing.
The Bhutan Foreign Service Programme is a 3-week integrated leadership programme tailored for Bhutan's foreign service. It is the eighth leadership programme at RIGSS. The inaugural course is being attended by 28 foreign service officers of varying ranks and responsibilities, and serving both at the headquarters and missions abroad.
The Royal Institute of Governance and Strategic Studies, was established to provide a forum to train both incumbent and potential leaders in all major areas of nation building, as envisioned by His Majesty the King. The institute's first, flagship course, the Senior Executive Leadership Programme, was launched in 2013.

In the evening, His Majesty granted an Audience to regional heads of various government agencies based in Phuentsholing, and later visited the Amochu Land Development and Township Project. #HisMajesty #KingJigmeKhesar #KingofBhutan #RIGSS #leadership #fsp #foreignserviceprogramme #inaugural #course #Phuentsholing #Bhutan

This month's calendar on yellow.bt features these magnificent creatures enjoying a bath in River Manas, photographed by His Majesty The King during the Royal Visit to Manas in February this year.
#elephants #yellowbhutan #wallpaper #Manas #desktopcalendar

The monthly calendar from @yellow_bhutan features this Kupar of HRH Gyalsey! #HisRoyalHighness #GyalseyJigmeNamgyel #YellowBhutan #desktopcalendar #wallpaper #Bhutan #July

28 June 2017: His Majesty The King granted an Audience to the participants of the inaugural Foundational Leadership Programme, at the Royal Institute for Governance and Strategic Studies, and visited several other places during a Royal Visit to Phuentsholing.
FLP is RIGSS’s new programme, intended for entry-level professionals. The main objective of the programme is to provide professional orientation and grooming, skills development and attitudinal transformation for the very young professionals towards becoming great future leaders.
During the four-week course, the participants spent three weeks at the institute on modules designed to promote a better understanding and appreciation of issues related to our country, and learnt foundational leadership skills and related tools for public service.

A weeklong Immersion Program, where participants spent a week in a village in Chukha, was also part of the programme.

His Majesty also visited the site for the mini dry port, the second entry gate to Phuentsholing from Jaigoan, and the National Housing Development Colony, while in Phuentsholing. #HisMajesty #KingJigmeKhesar #KingofBhutan #RIGSS #leadership #publicservice #Phuentsholing #Bhutan

11 June: His Majesty The King, His Majesty the Fourth Druk Gyalpo, and members of the Royal Family graced the consecration ceremony of the Khamsum Namgyal Chorten in Zomlingthang, Punakha. The chorten was built under the patronage of Yab Dasho Ugyen Dorji and Yum Thuji Zam, the maternal grandparents of His Majesty The King. The ceremony was presided over by His Holiness the Je Khenpo. #HisMajesty #KingJigmeKhesar #Punakha #RoyalFamily #JeKhenpo #Chorten #Bhutan

Her Majesty The Gyaltsuen graced the opening ceremony for the first Bhutan-Thailand Festival, held at the Youth Development Fund Multipurpose hall, today.

The festival, which is open from 9-11 June, celebrates the continued friendship, shared common spiritual heritage and growing areas of development cooperation between the two Kingdoms.

During the opening ceremony, the Tourism Council of Bhutan and Tourism Authority of Thailand signed a Memorandum of Understanding for enhanced cooperation in Tourism between Bhutan and Thailand. Similarly, a Memorandum of Understanding to enhance cooperation in sports was signed between the Olympic Committees of Bhutan and Thailand.

Bhutan and Thailand established formal diplomatic relations in 1989, and relations have continued to gain strength due to the remarkable relations between the Royal Families, governments, and peoples, as well as the numerous areas of cooperation, between the two countries.

#HerMajesty #QueenJetsunPema #QueenofBhutan #RoyalFamily #Thailand #Bhutan #festival #friendship #June #tourism #MOU #olympic #committee #diplomacy #relation #cooperation

4 June 2017: Her Majesty The Gyaltsuen inaugurated the 3rd Royal Bhutan Flower Exhibition today at the National Memorial Chorten. The event was graced by His Majesty The King, His Majesty the Fourth Druk Gyalpo, Members of the Royal Family, the Prime Minister, and senior government officials.

Her Imperial Highness Princess Mako of Japan was a special guest at the event.

The Flower Exhibition which is being held at the National Memorial Chorten in Thimphu this year, is dedicated to His Majesty the Third King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck.

The RBFE was initiated upon the Royal Command of His Majesty The King in 2015, to foster an appreciation for beautiful spaces and encourage entrepreneurship in floriculture.

The exhibition is organized by the ministry of agriculture. Private nurseries, and various agencies participated in the exhibition along with international participants from India, Thailand, and Japan, to set up microgardens for the exhibition.
Officials from the agriculture ministry and other agencies have been working at the Memorial Chorten for weeks in preparation for the exhibition, along with the support of volunteers. At the same time, numerous government agencies and private offices have taken up the responsibility of developing microgardens around their own offices and surroundings across Thimphu, in the spirit of the objectives of the Royal Bhutan Flower Exhibition.

The exhibition is open to the public from tomorrow onwards, till the 11th of June. The exhibition will stay open till 8 pm each day.

Today is Her Majesty The Gyaltsuen's 27th Birth Anniversary. #HisMajesty #KingJigmeKhesar #HerMajesty #QueenJetsunPema #DrukgyalZhipa #RoyalFamily #PrincessMako #beautiful #tribute #ThirdKing #Bhutan #June #royalbhutanflowerexhibition #2017 #Thimphu #MemorialChorten #Bhutan #Japan #flowers

On the auspicious occassion of Her Majesty The Gyaltsuen's birthday, (June 4), we join the entire country in offering our wishes and love to Her Majesty The Queen. Her Majesty's eternal grace and service to the nation alongside His Majesty The King inspires and uplifts us everyday.
Happy Birthday la, Your Majesty. #HerMajesty #QueenJetsunPema #HappyBirthdayYourMajesty #QueenofBhutan #beautiful #June #Bhutan

2 June: His Majesty The King, Her Majesty The Gyaltsuen, His Royal Highness The Gyalsey and HRH Princess Eeuphelma with HIH Princess Mako of Japan during a Luncheon hosted by Their Majesties at the Lingkana.

Earlier, Their Majesties granted an Audience to Her Imperial Highness Princess Mako of Japan, at the Tashichhodzong.
Princess Mako, the granddaughter of The Emperor of Japan, is on a 9-day official visit to Bhutan.

#HisMajesty #KingJigmeKhesar#KingofBhutan #HerMajesty#QueenJetsunPema #QueenofBhutan#HisRoyalHighness #GyalseyJigmeNamgyel#PrinceofBhutan #HIHPrincessMako #Bhutan #Japan#LingkanaPalace #tashichhodzong

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