Journal of Bhutan Studies Volume 7, Winter 2002

1. The Herdsmen’s Dilemma by Karma ura Migratory herding is still an important part of the livelihood of a significant section of the Bhutanese people; but it was central to our traditional pastoral economy. Cattle, grazing land, labour and cultivatable land were the four primary sources of wealth in the past. A balance among these … Read moreJournal of Bhutan Studies Volume 7, Winter 2002

Journal of Bhutan Studies Volume 6, Summer 2002

 1. Brief History of Rigsum Goenpo Lhakhang and Choeten Kora at Tashi Yangtse by Lam Kezang Chhophel Lama Tshering Gyamtsho from Punakha Dratshang1 who lived during the 18th century was a close disciple of the 9th Je Khenpo2 Shacha Rinchhen. He was destined to explore the sacred places of Guru Rinpochhe3. In his quest, he … Read moreJournal of Bhutan Studies Volume 6, Summer 2002

Journal of Bhutan Studies Volume 5, Winter 2001

1. His Holiness the 13th Dalai lama and Bhutan House in Kalimpong by Her Majesty The Queen Mother of Bhutan, Ashi Kesang Choden Wangchuck Her Majesty describes the events as she remembers from His Holiness the Great 13th Dalai Lama Ngawang Lobzang Thubten Gyamtso’s visit to the newly built Bhutan House in Kalimpong in 1912 as a … Read moreJournal of Bhutan Studies Volume 5, Winter 2001

Journal of Bhutan Studies Volume. 3 Number 1, Summer 2001

1. Local Resourche Management Institutions: a Case Study on Sokshing Mnagement by Sangay Wangchuk A case study has been presented on Sokshing Management and its contribution to sustainable livelihood of the Bhutanese people. The case study was carried out over a period of three years taking three representative regions of the country as research sites. … Read moreJournal of Bhutan Studies Volume. 3 Number 1, Summer 2001