The National Museum At Paro Can Amaze Any Visitor

It Is A Learning Experience To Visit The National Museum At Paro.

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There are many travel destinations in Paro. Bhutan itself is a paradise state. The Himalayas had created beautiful scenery in Bhutan. The rivers, the foothills, the rice plantations, the flowers all add together to create a colourful landscape in Bhutan which attracts millions of visitors from Asia, Europe and America. May and June are the best months to visit Bhutan. The National Museum of Bhutan in Paro is a beautiful museum. It is one of the important tourist destinations of Bhutan.

There are many travel destinations in Paro. Bhutan itself is a paradise state. The Himalayas had created beautiful scenery in Bhutan. The rivers, the foothills, the rice plantations, the flowers all add together to create a colourful landscape in Bhutan which attracts millions of visitors from Asia, Europe and America. May and June are the best months to visit Bhutan. The National Museum of Bhutan in Paro is a beautiful museum.

It is one of the important tourist destinations of Bhutan. The Museum was established in 1968, during the regime of King Jigme Dorjee Wangchuck, the third King of Bhutan. From that time till now, the museum is very well maintained. The collections that are preserved date back to the stone age to the Mahayana and Hinayana Buddhish period. In the 6th floor there are beautiful Bhutanese stamps. In the 5th floor there are Thanga paintings. The paintings are related to Buddhist religion, mandalas, tutelary deities. There are beautiful paintings which depict the origin of Buddhism in India, the development of Buddhism in Bhutan, etc. In the 3rd floor there is Zhabdrung Gallery. Traditional women�s costumes are preserved here. The traditional kira is preserved here. The men�s costume in Bhutanese means a gho. That is very well preserved here. There is a beautiful natural history gallery in the 2nd floor. The wild life sanctuaries and natural reserves created by the royal government of Bhutan are displayed. Specimens of animals of Bhutan like Takin, snow leopards, deer are displayed here. In the first floor there are cane and bamboo products. The different arms and ammunitions of Bhutan are displayed like guns, swords, cannons, etc. Even rifles, helmets, shields are preserved here. In the ground floor there are pots, vessels and farming equipments. The copper and bronze vessels are related to rich familities in Bhutan. Visitors should visit the national museum of Paro if the visit Bhutan because the entire experience will enrich the learning of the visitors.


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  • nbillett  21-02-2017
    Sounds interesting. I am a lover of history as well so this intrigues me. You have to know where you are coming from to know where you are going.
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