Dzongka

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Dzongka

(ˈzɒŋkə) or

Dzongkha

n
(Languages) the official language of Bhutan: a dialect of Tibetan
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The roll of paper had my father's name written on it in Dzongkha.
Druk Gyalpo is the official title of the head of state of Bhutan, it is translated from the Dzongkha language as "Dragon King.
One of the companies is trying to create a children's cartoon in Bhutan's national language, Dzongkha, to compete with the Hindi cartoons broadcast from India.
What is interesting is that it is playing a strong role in establishing local content and in promoting Dzongkha (the Bhutanese language) and culture.
She added that walnut shells called 'tago poko'  in Dzongkha were used to create the soft brown color.
These students came from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds, including Aboriginal English, Bahasa Indonesia, Chinese, Dzongkha, Garwan, Hindi, Korean, Macedonian, Marathi, Pilipino, Telingu, and Vietnamese.
UgyenWangchuk Institute for Conservation and Environment under the Department of Forests and Park Services is organizing Bhutan Bird Festival 2015 in partnership with Zhemgang Dzongkha Administration.
It is traditionally an oral culture comprising various ethnic groups with about 23 spoken languages, of which only one, Dzongkha, has a written form (Yeshi, 2012).
2) In order to provide easy reading for non-specialists, the Tibetan and Dzongkha names and nouns have been only transcribed and not transliterated.
Project Description: Tsendendra Community Forest is located 7km from the Wangdue Phodrang Dzongkha Administration under Zamding Chiwog of Rubesa Gewog, at an altitude range of approximately 1200 to 1500 masl.
Dzongkha, Hindi, Nepali,Bangla, Pashto, Sinhala (Pashto)
had to be able to read and write Dzongkha "proficiently," (95)