Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Bhutan Switzerland of Asia, Amazing Tourist spot, Beautiful Scenery , Most Happiest Country, Gross National Happiness, Desired Place .

It is difficult to envision that such a little nation, the span of Indiana with the number of inhabitants in Alaska, tucked in the Himalaya Mountains, available just by two planes, is the "Most Happiest Country" on the planet, the last standing Buddhist Kingdom and has one of the quickest developing GDP's on the planet. Bhutan is the main nation on the planet that has a "GNH." You may think GNH is simply one more factually based term with no genuine application, however it alludes to "Gross National Happiness."

Some call Bhutan the "Switzerland of Asia" in view of its size, shape and area in the mountains.
Bhutan has one of the stable ecosystems in the world and has virtually no environmental damage due to its long isolation.

Bhutan has found the perfect balance. In recent years, internet, cable television, cell phones, as well as many other modern technologies and ideas have become a part of Bhutan, but their desire to preserve of cultural values, as well as the desire to protect the environment has remained high. Bhutan’s economy and culture are growing and changing. Bhutan’s unique strategy has presented a solution to globalization. They are able to adapt to globalization, to strengthen their economy, while still preserving thousand year old traditions and culture. Bhutan is the only Buddhist Kingdom still in the world, and one where cell phones and cable television are present. During my visit, my little brother and I would sit in our guest room watching the Smurfs on cable television, while Buddhist monks in traditional robes prayed in the room next door.