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Happy and Glorious 107th National Day Celebration

Palden Drukpa Galyo!
My Dear Bhutanese Parents,Brothers and Sisters and Dear Students,
May I take this privilege to wish you all a Happy and Glorious 107th National Day which falls tomorrow, the 17th December. May this great nation grow happier, healthier and stronger under the visionary leadership of the Druk Gyalpo. Bhutan is already a role model country in terms of bio-diversity, peace and happiness, non-violence, environment conservation and many other aspects.
On the eve of the National Day I wish and pray that this beautiful Himalayan kingdom cultivates more values and virtues in the days ahead for the benefit of all sentient beings across the world.May you all Bhutanese relish the elixir of this precious human life!

Dear students, following the National day celebration comes your result declaration event. I advise you to remain ready for either of the results - Pass or Fail. Hope for the best, but at the same time be brave and bold to confront and accept the worst.
Remember, man like Mahatma Gandhiji also failed in the exams, yet Bapuji could become one of the greatest men in the world. So, failing in the exam is not the end of the world. Rather failure is the pillar of success. This is what our little Mahatma, the Giant of values, taught us by his life.So when success make you happy, Failure should make you strong and sturdy to be hardy and study regularly and more seriously for the next year.Good Luck! Once again Happy National Day.


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