BHUTAN, Druk School

We welcome this drawing of Peace to represent young people from the The Druk School and  Bhutan.

We all wish for Peace because the well-being of humanity depends on it

Special thanks also to Madam Principal  Mrs. Tshewang Choden Wangdi for involving the students from Druk School. Druk School is the leading middle-secondary school in the Kingdom of Bhutan for the past three years under the leadership of  Mrs. Tshewang Choden Wangdi.

The school is a centre of academic excellence responsible for imparting knowledge and behavioral skill to meet the challenges of today and tomorrow.

The schools motto………..Excellence is body mind and speech.

Bhutan Flag Meaning:

The dragon on the Bhutan flag is white to symbolize purity. The dragon is holding jewels in its claws and these represent wealth. The snarling mouth of the dragon represents the strength of the people protecting the country. The colors of the Bhutan flag represent spiritual and temporal power within the country. The orange represents the Drukpas monasteries and Buddhist religion, and the orange/ yellow symbolizes the secular authority of the dynasty.

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  1. hello,

    The beautiful thing about our participation in universal creation is that we are the creators of our own thoughts, and thus we shape the ever-changing creation that is our own life.

    1. Thank you Rakhi, yes the mind is a very powerful thing and so easily impressed upon especially at a young age, therefore I believe unbiased education is the key.

      Purely my opinion which maybe different to others…….

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