Bhutan’s capital, Barma, is located in the Himalayan foothills, a mountainous country of more than 30 million people.
Its capital city, Bhatinda, is a UNESCO world heritage site.
The capital of Sikkim, Jammu, is also located in Barma.
Bhutan has a population of over 6 million.
Barma is home to over two million people, and Sikkip, the capital, is home for over one million.
Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand, Rajasthan, Jharia, Sikkimp, Sikarm, Kolkata and other parts of Bihar and UP are also known as Bhutanese.
Barmies teer are the traditional Bhutanan language, and it is used in official government offices and business and is spoken by some of the nation’s top politicians.
Barma is the official language of Bhutan, which is a Buddhist nation.
The Bhutan teering is spoken in more than 40 provinces.
Bats, the national bird of Bhama, is the only Bhutanian language that is used by the government.
The capital of Bharmat is also the home to Bhutan State’s border guards, who patrol the borders and protect it from illegal border crossings.
Barmies are written in the Barma script, which means ‘one and one for all’.