This is a school for traditional Bhutanese arts & crafts. It helps Bhutan preserve its heritage and the old ways by teaching young students the "13 traditional arts & crafts". We were allowed to tour the classrooms and observe the students practicing their learned crafts - painting, sculpture, wood-carving, silver-smithy, embroidery, etc. There is an opportunity to purchase various arts & crafts made by students & their teachers at very reasonable prices at the end of the tour. Certainly worth the time to visit, just to see the pride these people have for their country.
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