Bhutanese Architecture is one of the kingdoms most visible distinctive & exotic features. From the ordinary farmer’s houses to the most impressive and commanding public structures like
Dzongs (Fortress), Lhakhangs (Temples) and Chortens (stupas), all architectural styles are strictly based on the unique architectural designs of Bhutan. The traditional Bhutanese architecture is unique and has no nails and iron bars. It was heavily influenced by the religious beliefs and stand as witness to domestic structure over the centuries.
Bhutanese people are very pious and the importance of the Buddhism is evident in its every aspect of life in the Bhutanese people.
Preservation and promotion of our architectural styles are important for a small country like Bhutan in order to strengthen our identity or independent from rest of the world. Owing to this our government and its people know the values of it and we proudly protect and preserve it.
If you want to see the true Bhutanese architectural styles you have to visit Bhutan personally and learn it by yourself and get its meaning as our designs are associated with many meanings. You will surprise to know its meanings and see its unique designs in this 21st century. You will see our architectural structures like Dzongs (fortress), buddhist temples, bridges besides our houses.