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Dzongka

(ˈzɒŋkə) or

Dzongkha

n
(Languages) the official language of Bhutan: a dialect of Tibetan
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The list includes languages such as Amharic, Mongolian, Khasi, Swahili, Gaelic, Dzongkha, Bhasa, Yoruba among others.
In celebration of 51 years of service to the nation, Bank of Bhutan Limited (BoB) introduced the Dzongkha versions on its major digital platforms (mBoB, ATM and website) as an initiative to preserve and promote the country's national language as well as to support the national goal of 'Financial Inclusion'.
If there are moves to strengthen the national language of the country, Dzongkha, efforts are also made to preserve the linguistic diversity in this multilingual nation.
The national language, Dzongkha, as well as many other dialects spoken in the country cannot describe one's mental state adequately.
Artistes including Pema Choden, Dichham Dema and Tashi Dheki performed their dance on a dzongkha song.
Druk Gyalpo is the official title of the head of state of Bhutan, it is translated from the Dzongkha language as "Dragon King." It was established to honor Gongsa Ugyen Wangchuk for his significant contribution in the reunification of the country.
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).