Bhutan is the only Mahayana Buddhism Kingdom in the world, with Mahayana (tantric) Buddhism as its official religion. It is practised throughout the entire country by 75% of the inhabitants. ... Hinduism – closely related to Buddhism, is Bhutan’s second religion, practiced by about 25% of the population.Is Bhutan a small Buddhist kingdom?
Nestled in the Eastern Himalayas between China and India, the small Buddhist Kingdom of Bhutan opened itself to the outside world only in 1960s.What does Bhutan stand for?
Bhutan is a Buddhist state where power is shared by the king and government. The country's name in the local dialect means Land of the Dragon. In Bhutan, thunder is believed to be the voices of dragons roaring.What is the difference between Bhutan and Tibet?
There are many things that are different when touring Tibet or Bhutan. The first and most obvious being that Tibet has several mountains over 7,000 meters , and the world's highest Mountain at 8,848 meters, while in Bhutan, the highest mountain is Gangkhar Puensum, at 7,570 meters and Jhomolhari at 7,326 meters.