February 20, 2008

Bhutan Celebrates 28th Birth Anniversary of His Majesty Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuk

Bhutan Will Celebrate The 28th Birth Anniversary of 5th King His Majesty Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuk on 21st February 2008.


"On the Auspicious Occasion of His Majesty The King's 28th Birth Anniversary, I Would like to offer my sincere prayers and humble wishes for His Majesty long life, Peace and prosperity in the Kingdom"

'LONG LIVE HIS MAJESTY THE KING OF BHUTAN'

"Free Postcard of His Majesty Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuk for Everyone"
To Commemorate His Majesty The King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuk 28th Birthday, Kuensel Corporation and Bhutan Post has come up with Free Postcard of His Majesty in The Issue of the Kuensel Newspaper Today.

As an Gesture, i would like to send this Postcard to Anyone who Want it. The Postcard is Limited and it is only 28 Copy. So the First 28 Person who comment will receive free Postcard, if you feel you have missed the first 28, don't worry, you can still post comment and send me Email, will try and get few copies.

Criteria:
Rule # 1."Post a Comment" (Must for Everyone - Include your Name)
Rule # 2. Send me an Email,( howzat11@gmail.com), Include your Comment Name/Nickname (Must), Mailing Address,Full Name, Street Name, Postal Code or Zip code, City, and the Country and etc.

The Postcard will be sent to you within 3 Days (21st Feb, 22nd Feb, 23 Feb, Free Postage by Bhutan Post) - "Hurry Up"

Sample of the Postcard

5th King of Bhutan His Majesty Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuk Postcard

His Majesty Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuk Postcard

(Legal Notice: Images Copyright of Kuensel)

15 comments:

ariya said...

Long Live The 5th King of Bhutan

Bhandarrrr!!!! said...

Hi! Ugyen,

Did you take out my details? If you did then, that's excellent and thank you very much for doing it. I was just going to ask you to do that. The thing is I was very much on the moon to see those postcards of our His Majesty that I didn't realise you wanted us to e-mail our contact details to you instead of just puting them here. No wonder why he got the title of "Asian Idol".

Anyways, I hope you have contact detials now, right? I look forward to receiving anything from you. Have fun tomorrow.

Rangchen Druki Gyelkhap, Lha Kyalo!
Ugyen:)

bubulle said...

It is now about 1.5 years since I felt in love with Bhutan, where I was invited to attend the launch of your national Linux distribution. Each and every occasion to keep a link with your country is a must for me and I eagerly wait for the day I'll come back. Long live Bhutan and His Majesty the 5th King.

Christian Perrier

karma said...

Hi Ugyen,
its wonderful to know what technology can do....thanks for your help and indeed i think we must congratulate each other on this day for bringing another saint(king) in this world and to top it off...being born to be his subjects
cheers

ugyen said...

Thanks Guys,

Ariya,
Thanks for your Wish.

Well Bhandarrr!!!,
I would love to Put the Postcard on the web but i choose rather to Send to Anyone who want's it. BTW, I don't have your details and would you mind emailing me your Mailing Address if you want me to Send you the Postcard.

Bubulle,
Thanks a Lot for your info and good to know someone who is an Linux Experts. Got your Details, Will be Mail the postcards tomorrow or day after.

Karma.
Yeah You Right, Technology Can be wonder at times. Got Your Mailing Address As Well. Will Mail you the Postcard Within Tow Days.

arcibald said...

congratulations to the king for his 28th birthday. the pictures are wonderful - it must have been a very grand and joyful celebration for everyone in bhutan.

Anonymous said...

Hi Ugyen,
The photos remind me of the King's birthday celebration in Lesotho, Southern Africa.
Nirmal.

ugyen said...

Hey Arcibald,
Thanks for your wishes, yes indeed we had Grand Celebration and the Weather was Perfect for a Great Day.

Nirmal,
Thanks for your thoughts and the Mailing Address.

I will Be sending the Postcards Today for those who have emailed me the Mailing Address.

Tshering said...

lovely pictures which made me miss home even more...thanks for the wonderful post. Its always good to see the pictures of home posted here. Thanks

ugyen said...

Hello Tshering,

Thanks for the Comment, Glad that You made it here, Hope this blog will keep you attach with home.

Anonymous said...

I believe that he can lead the nation to the contemporary word.

Colleen Ashfield said...

We visited Bhutan Feb. 4th to Feb. 10 and loved your country. Outside the post office we saw what we believed to be an official car possibly with His Majesty inside it. We wished we could have been there for his celebration. He will be a wonderful king, we're sure. Looking forward to receiving the free post card. Someday we hope to return.

Kenneth said...

I feel impressed with the king's acceptance of modern and democratic principles blending in harmony with the unspoiled traditions of Bhutan. His concept of Gross National Happiness is indeed extraordinary and is a good standard for measuring the standards of living of citizens, rather than just in material terms. Long live his majesty!

Maud said...

It must be too late to get a postcard, but I still wanted to share a story on your blog.

I was travelling with a group from FarFungPlaces.com during the coronation festivities, from October 29 through November 15. We were travelling east as the Fourth and Fifth Kings processed west from Punakha to Thimpu following the Sacred Dar Ceremony.

The Fourth King and all four Queens passed us on the road as we travelled to Dochula. Then we were able to join the local people at the Dochula Cafeteria in greeting the Fifth King as he approached Druk Wangyal Lhakhang in his vehicle.

It was so moving to see the Fifth King make a personal connection through eye contact with each and every Bhutanese citizen and also to witness the obvious affection each person projected toward him. Without thinking I smiled and said, "Congratulations, Your Majesty!" to which the Fifth King smiled and responded, "Thank you!"

In the U.S. democracy we don't have the same personal connection with our leaders. I wish all the people of Bhutan the best fortune as the country moves more firmly into modernity with its attendant benefits and perils. The transition won't be an easy one, but if any country can successfully handle such a passage it will be Bhutan with its Buddhist heart and high life condition. Tashi delek! I can't wait to return to Bhutan!

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