Bhutan is a Buddhist country with deeply held beliefs.
Bhutan is the last stronghold of Vajrayana Buddhism, and Buddhism is very much alive in the country. However, based on my observations, Buddhism here is more of a way of life than a religion. Fluttering prayer flags, people circumambulating temples, and red-robed monks performing ceremonies all demonstrate how Buddhism is ingrained in Bhutanese culture. The country is dotted with dzongs (fortresses), monasteries, stupas, and prayer wheels, all symbols of their faith. Because of their Buddhist beliefs, the Bhutanese have a profound veneration for nature and the spiritual world – mountain peaks are thought to contain Guardian deities, lakes are thought to house lake deities, and cliffs are thought to house cliff deities. In
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