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Saturday, 16 June 2018
Monday, 23 April 2018
With price of development, urbanization and modernity has left, among many, the fate of our languages (Dzongkha or any Bhutanese dialects), which I would term as "cultural invasion", a gradual and painful truth. I am responsible too. Mr. Dorji Wangchuk 's article on Dzongkha just more than language is a thought provoking article touching on the very essence of language and its impact on human development