Friday, 20 May 2011

His Majesty to Wed Jetsun Pema in October this Year.

These days the weather is bitterly hot out here. Not having to go to attend the lectures for some reasons, I was just lying over the carpet on the floor beneath the spinning fan to keep sweats away. By then it was almost 11 am in the morning so, lying on the floor further mean drowning into a deep slumber of dreams, so in order to escape it, I just logged into my facebook account. Well as usual, there is no notification except few from Blogyul. I just went through the quotes and inspiring stories to ponder over out there on our group of Bhutanese Bloggers and writers. Mean while more notifications came on Blogyul and this time it was surprising news.  
His Majesty K5/ photo source:Bhutan journals


"Royal wedding announced

20 May, 2011 - His Majesty the King announced his intention to wed Jitsen Pema in October this year. The announcement was made towards the end of the inaugural address at the seventh session of Parliament this morning in Thimphu.

Source: Kuensel"
 reads a post.

When I heard the joyous news, His Majesty’s announcement to the nation about the Royal wedding, I was overwhelmed with ecstasy and jubilation.  We the nation celebrated His majesty’s 31st birthday a couple of months ago and at this age a normal Bhutanese man would be fathering three or at least two. Therefore, it’s a right time, that his majesty has finally decided to marry this October.
Royal Bride Jetsun Pema./ photo source:iamdrukpa

When I read the name of royal bride, Jetsun Pema, the only image my inner eye could conceive was the image of  Goddess White Tara, or commonly known as Jetsun Dolma, who is also known for compassion, long life, healing and serenity; also known as The Wish-fulfilling Wheel. Latter seeing the photo of His Majesty with Future Queen, Azhi Jetsun Pema, she is gloriously beautiful and is a perfect embodiment of Jetsun Dolma.  The divine king, so compassionate and selfless, commonly known as Peoples King, His Majesty Jigme Khesar Namgyal Wangchuck and Royal bride Jetsun Pema makes the perfect couple ever. 

I am overwhelmed with joy and we Bhutanese are overwhelmed. We pray for their good health and long life, until then eagerly awaits the auspicious day of October 2011, to solemnly witness the royal wedding, with joy in heart, and prayer on lips, and pride in soul for having born in the land of Palden Drukpa. May peace and prosperity prevail until eternity.

7 comments:

  1. Good you are keeping your self updated.........Nice write up!

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  2. @ AUe Kuenzang, Thanks for stopping by and droping your kind words.

    @ Anon; Glad to learn that you are following my blog regularly. Keep visiting.

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  3. really beautiful n u made it more beautiful wit ua wrds...

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  4. Its always a pleasure hearing nice words and praise. Thanks you very much, Ugen.

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  5. Congrats on your Kings wedding :).Let the celebration continue's forever :).For a min I thought Darn y I am not from Bhutan . Indeed your queen is gorgeous . Nice post Leo :)

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  6. Thank you very much for the good wishes for our king and future queen, Anu. We are really happy and soon a heir to the golden throne will come, to sustain the glorious reign of Wangchuck Dynasty, in the Land of mystic splendor. Well, Anu, you doesnot necessarily be a Bhutanese. Feel lucky to be a good human being. :))

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