Posted on Dec 07, 2019 in Travel
It is rightly said that Bhutan is the happiest country in the world. Anyone who enters this paradise is left mesmerised. The experience of indulging in myriad conversations with locals made us realise that the Bhutanese largely prefer happiness over acquisition of material wealth. The Gross National Happiness Index, which was instituted by the former …Continue Reading
All of us know that the best way to find yourself is to serve others. We truly believe that engaging in community service provides students with an opportunity to become active global citizens and make a positive impact on society at large. Community service enables students to acquire life skills and useful knowledge besides lending …Continue Reading
Bhutan is a beautiful place consisting of a number of museums, statues and monuments of great historic importance. Its beauty is magnified by great architectural structures, spread over this small nation, one of them being the Buddha Dordenma. Sitting on an arid mountainside of Bhutan, it provides a glimpse into the vast realms of Buddhism. …Continue Reading
Four students from Venkateshwar International School, Dwarka, had the good fortune of interviewing one of the students at the Zorig Chusum School of Art and Craft in Thimphu, during their visit to Bhutan in May 2017, on a school trip with EdTerra. Below are excerpts from the interview conducted by the three students. Interviewers: …Continue Reading
The students of Modern School, Vasant Vihar, embarked on an exciting journey to Bhutan: The Mountain Kingdom. Their journey took them to Thimphu, the capital city, and Paro. During their visit to Thimphu, the students visited the Zorig Chusum School of Arts and Crafts to get a first-hand understanding of the 13 unique crafts of …Continue Reading
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