King's castle Bhutan

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Comments (19)

F. Zaman on October 28, 2009

Debajyoti,very nice indeed

Paul13 on October 28, 2009

Thanks for visit~!! Paul13 ---- Beautiful shot~!

Harry Taggart on December 7, 2009

Very Beautiful, could I say Palace? I hear it is vacant at the moment due to the lack of a King, and I would be only too willing to apply for the Position, my only qualification being I am a bit of s "Head Banger" LOL cheers scally from glasgow.

Debajyoti on December 8, 2009

Well you have heard wrong! He might take your banging head if you dare challenge him. This is Bhutan.

ソキ on December 23, 2009

This is the pure form of South Asian architecture, Indian architecture.

Indian tourism ministry is a fool to have propagated the Taj Mahal as the Icon of India. It looks more Arab/Iraq-ish..

This building is a thousand fold more beautiful than that Taj. I wish India was never touched by them Mughals.

F. Zaman on December 23, 2009

ソキ,do you know its in Bhutan and Bhutan is not within India.How India could propagate some other country,s architecture as India's icon?Isn't statue of Liberty icon of NY?Its a gift from France!..Greetings

ソキ on December 24, 2009

Hi F.Zaman, Thanks for the reply.

Yes, I know that this building is in Bhutan. I know that Bhutan is a separate country. I respect their sovereignty. Hence, I am not claiming Bhutan as Indian.

Rather, I am trying to remind you that Bhutanese culture is a Sister-Culture of the diverse Indian one.

Now to your second sentence, I am not saying that India should Propagate the Bhutanese Imperial Castle as an icon for India. Forgive me for my message seemed blunt, now to clear the doubts there are many beautiful building in India that are architecturally Indian. For example take a look at this picture of the Junga Fort this ancient fort is a good example of the true Indian architecture, but sadly the government has not maintained the ancient jewel nicely, so sadly the building is in quite a bad shape. There are many other such buildings in India which are not much publicized about.

And yes I know that the Statue of Liberty is French and not American... for that matter, even the Eiffel tower is French. (does it give the French an unfair advantage? ..lol)

F. Zaman on December 26, 2009

ソキ,sorry for my harsh language,thanks for a descriptive answer which I agree with you.

ソキ on December 26, 2009

Oh, never mind, it's OK. You weren't being harsh :)

And I appreciate that you agree with my point of view.

Thank you.

Debajyoti on January 2, 2010

Never noticed this chit-chat until now! u guys can carry on if u like!

F. Zaman on January 4, 2010

Debajyoti,what do you say about this?? Greetings!!

ソキ on January 8, 2010

Here are some more pics of the Indian style architecture :-

Bhimakali Temple

Hadimba Temple

A Stupa

F. Zaman on January 9, 2010

ソキ, THANKS FOR THE LINKS

ソキ on January 10, 2010

Sure!

Debajyoti on January 14, 2010

I think ソキ is right. What he meant was that India should have endorsed the Buddhist style of architecture also along with whatever else it was doing(which wasn't much!). The picture of The Taj placed adjacent to that of any Buddhist monastery or even a Hindoo temple could give the foreigners a measure of how diverse and how much of a melting pot our country truly is. That would really support the tag line our Tourism ministry uses

Incredible India...

F. Zaman on January 14, 2010

Debajyoti, this is a good point

aurorajolanda - NO V… on April 10, 2012

Thank you very much for your nice comments. Yes, in deed. Europe is very beautiful.But never the less - the europe people travel to Asia, because they think, Asia is so beautiful. Sometimes we see mor beautiful thins far away, then near by. Nice evening... aurorajolanda

▓ ☻ galloelprimo ☻ ▓ on November 29, 2012

Hermoso lugar, me agrada!! like 2 + + favorite 2

Debajyoti on November 30, 2012

Thanks a lot ▓ ☻ galloelprimo ☻ ▓, much appreciated.

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  • Uploaded on October 26, 2009
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    by Debajyoti
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