Bhutan’s inimitable dress and centuries-old culture is one of the most rustic, albeit unique, in the entire world. From the fiery dish of emadatsi, chilly and mature cheese, to the pungent aroma of domapani (acera and beetle nut) and the weird paintings of giant phalluses that adorn our walls, Bhutan’s culture is simply out-of-the-ordinary.

The landscapes are also punctured with innumerable prayer flags, stupas and monasteries that are believed to be a manifestation of our rich Buddhist culture. It is an only nation in the world where you will see a monk draped in maroon robes fiddling the latest gadget while a nomad dressed in sheer ethnicity stroll the mountain peaks singing a centuries-old song.