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Ura, Bhutan
This is our friend Tshering Yangki’s grandmother (Angay) making buckwheat noodles for our supper in her wooden press. Angay had just returned from her circumnambulation of the nearby temple, spinning prayer wheels and chanting the mantra “Om Mani...
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Each Spring the Paro Festival or Tsechu takes place in Paro, Bhutan. The festival is a wonderful event to witness. Masked, barefoot dancers jump and twirl, while trying to subdue evil spirits and celebrate the teachings of Buddha. The event takes...
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Ura, Bhutan
Amongst the patchwork of fields a long string of maroon robed figures wended its way towards us over stiles, along rickety wooden fence lines and across streams on stone slab bridges. The aged high lama and his retinue were conveying an ancient...