Celebrating the National Reading Year 2015

READ RIGSS is a humble tribute to the celebration of the 60th Birth Anniversary of our beloved Fourth Druk Gyalpo, who continues to be the epitome of an unprecedented leader. Read More »

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by Karma Choden

Seday the protagonist in Lomba doesn’t sound so enthusiastic about going to Haa having to leave behind her close friends

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by Karma Choden

“Have you ever heard of the name ‘Hotel Mike’?” I asked this question to a colleague at work and she

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polity
by Tandin Wangmo

A biography of Bhutan captured very vividly by Hon’ble Dr. Sonam Kinga. A must read to understand the history of

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sky-n-earth
by Tandin Wangmo

An autobiographical work of a 22 year old Canadian volunteer teacher in Bhutan. The book details her experiences and transformations

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Rainbows-and-Clouds
by Tandin Wangmo

Yab Ugyen’s memoirs reveal the story of a remarkably close and loving family, brought to life through historical photographs of

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Kyichu-Book
by Karma Choden

A book that starts with a supplication prayer the ending of which says, “What is written here is offered as

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by Karma Choden

‘Our Most Treasured and Beloved Father of Drukyul’ is the way Queen Mother Ashi Dorji Wangmo Wangchuck describes His Majesty

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by Tshering Wangmo

Heidi is a little orphan girl, who at the age of five is taken to live with her Grandfather in

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Tess
by Tandin Wangmo

If one was to write this book from a Buddhist perspective, would it be different? Unfairness dominates the lives of

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longroad
by Tandin Wangmo

A tale of harrowing journey into the heart of America’s hidden shame in a novel that explores the power of

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