Bhutan country studies

Bhutan country studies

Acknowledgments and Preface
Historical Setting
Origins and Early Settlement, A.D. 600-1600
Arrival of Buddhism
Rivalry Among the Sects
Theocratic Government, 1616-1907
Administrative Integration and Conflict with Tibet, 1651- 1728
Civil Conflict, 1728-72
British Intrusion, 1772-1907
Establishment of the Hereditary Monarchy, 1907
Development of Centralized Government, 1926-52
Modernization Under Jigme Dorji, 1952-72
Entering the Outside World, 1972-86
Geography
Climate
River Systems
Glaciers
Population and the Society
Ethnic Groups
Languages
Society
Marriage and Family Life
Role of Women
Housing
Festivals
Buddhism
Bon
Hinduism and Islam
Education
Health
The Economy
The Economy - Role of the Government
The Economy - Budgets
Monetary System
Banking and Credit
Government-Owned Corporations
Foreign Economic Relations
Trade
Agriculture
Farming
Forestry
Industry, Mining, Energy, and Commerce
Labor Force
Tourism
Government and Politics
Structure of the Government
Political Developments
The Media
Foreign Relations
India
China
Participation in International Organizations
Bibliography

http://bhutanindex.com/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gross_National_Happiness


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