Explore the resources below to learn more about the Bhutanese way of life, the country's commitment to sustainable agriculture and other current events

First ever marathon in Bhutan

The Bhutan International Marathon will be held in Punakha, Bhutan on February 23, 2014.
For complete details, visit Bhutan International Marathon.

The Happiest Place

For a glimpse of the beauty of Bhutan, watch the trailer for this upcoming documentary.

New York Times: Bhutan among “top 5 places to go in 2013”

Read the complete article here.

Forbes Magazine ranks Bhutan “best once in a lifetime trip”

Read the complete article here.

'Let nature be your teacher': Bhutan takes conservation into the classroom

Bhutan's green schools project is an attempt to bring its revolutionary 'happiness' model to all young people. Read more

Bhutan set to plough lone furrow as world's first wholly organic country

By shunning all but organic farming techniques, the Himalayan state will cement its status as a paradigm of sustainability. Read more

Red rice for self-reliance! New Agriculturist Blog

Rice is so common in Asia that it is accepted as part of the landscape, except in Bhutan where it literally colours the landscape. Bhutan's rice is red and so highly favoured, even revered by the Bhutanese, that very little is available for export. Read more

Silver Donald Cameron — Bhutan: The Pursuit of Gross National Happiness

Silver Donald Cameron is the host and executive producer of the ambitious environmental web site TheGreenInterview.com. Watch the TED Talk