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Language and lifestyle of Bhutan

Bhutan's unique language and lifestyle reflect its rich cultural heritage and deep Buddhist roots. Here are some key facts about the language and lifestyle of Bhutan:
•    The official language of Bhutan is Dzongkha, but many regional languages and dialects are spoken throughout the country.
•    English is widely used language of instruction in schools.
•    The Bhutanese alphabet is called "Chhokey," with 30 letters written from left to right.
•    Bhutan's "Gross National Happiness" policy is well known. It is known for its "Gross National Happiness" philosophy, which emphasizes spiritual and mental well-being and material development.
•    Buddhism is central to Bhutanese culture and society, with many monasteries, temples, and prayer flags throughout the country.
•    Traditional dress is still widely worn in Bhutan, with men wearing the "Gho" (a knee-length robe) and women wearing the "Kira" (a floor-length dress).
•    Agriculture is an important part of the Bhutanese economy, with many working in farming and animal husbandry.
•    The traditional Bhutanese diet consists of rice, vegetables, and meat, with chili peppers as a main ingredient in many dishes.
•    Festivals (known as "Tsechus") are an important part of Bhutanese culture, with many taking place throughout the year to honor Buddhist saints and historical events.

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