Druk – Yul ( The Land of Thunder Dragon), Hidden in the mighty himalayas between India and China, the independent Bhutan have largely lived a life of isolation from rest of the world.
Not very long tourism has opened and slowly development in modernisation stands of global influence been felt more and more. But still Bhutan has remained a country where age of old traditions and culture are still part of everyday lives of the Bhutanese people.
Gross National Hapiness-GNH is more important than Gross Domestic Product achievement for the bhutanese people as promulgated by His Majesty Jigme Sigme Wangchuk, the fourth king of bhutan in early 1970s.
Four decades later, bhutan embraced democracy in 2008, wherein the constitution of Bhutan, Article 9 for the ensurement the inclusion and countinuity of GNH Values.
Bhutan isn’t just Carbon Neutralits Carbon Negative. Because of this Bhutan has pristine forest (72% of the country is covered with forest), natural clean air and water.