Dzongka

Dzongka

(ˈzɒŋkə) or

Dzongkha

n
(Languages) the official language of Bhutan: a dialect of Tibetan
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Languages: Dzongka (official language), English (medium of instruction), Sharchop, Nepali.
The national language is Dzongka, but English is the language of instruction in schools and an official working language for the government.
Since the 1950s, and in particular since 1980, the Nepalese have been stripped of citizenship, forced to abandon the Nepali language for Dzongka, the official language of Bhutan, and to wear traditional Bhote dress.
Dialogue is in the Bhutanese national language, Dzongka, with English subtitles.