Eastern Bhutan, Ura Village, traditionally constructed stone and wood framed house Farm house and prayer flag, Ura village, central Bhutan Pupils and teachers,thang, Bhutan.
A 17th Century Stone Inscription from Ura Village John A. Ardussi In traditional times, Ura was the south easternmost of the districts of central Bhutan called thang sDe bzhi ‘the Four Districts ofthang.’ Within the district are found some of the oldest datable Bhutanese monasteries such as Sombrang, connected to the Drigung Kagyudpa subsect of the Lhapa, constructed .
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The Crown Prince of Bhutan traditionally becomes “Penlop” Governor of Trongsa before being crowned King. Trongsa Dzong was built in 1648 and has been the traditional home of all four kings of Bhutan prior to their ascending the throne..
0183 32 The walls of the lower floor is traditionally constructed of stone eastern Bhutan or rammed earth western Bhutan which is pounded by hand and either left in its natural colour or rendered with lime and whitewashed. We stopped to watch some women pounding a rammed earth wall on our ride around the Punakha valley in .