Trongsa cel­e­brates the birth of His Royal High­ness, The Gyalsey

Bhutan Times - - Front Page - Deki Lhadon/ Trongsa

The peo­ple of Trongsa are very much ex­cited and cel­e­brat­ing the great news of birth of the first Royal Child of His Majesty King Jigme Kh­e­sar Nam­gyel Wangchuck and Her Majesty Gyalt­suen Jet­sun Pema on 5th Fe­bru­ary 2016, co­in­cid­ing with 27th day of the 12th Bhutanese month.

Dasho Sonam Rinchen, Dzongdag said, “Around 3 am I re­ceived call from Cab­i­net Sec­re­tary and Zim­pon say­ing that His Royal High­ness the Gyalsey was born,” “With ex­cite­ment I in­formed all the staff and called for the wel­come cel­e­bra­tion to His Royal High­ness the Gyalsey.”

The three days Lham Jasa Soe-Kha is per­formed by the Trongsa Rab­day, dis­played Guru Tshen­gay Throng droel com­monly known as Ugyen Wangchuck Throng Droel made by First King Gongsar Ugyen Wangchuck, 1000 but­ter lamp of­fer­ing was also made for well­be­ing of His Royal High­ness, Their Majesties and the peo­ple of Bhutan. Dasho Dzongda men­tioned.

“Guru Tshen­gay Thong­drol is only dis­played on spe­cial oc­ca­sions and we can never have more spe­cial day than to­day,” said Sonam, a monk of Trongsa Dzong.

All the civil ser­vants and the peo­ple of Trongsa also joined their hands to­gether to cel­e­brate their hap­pi­est move­ment by dec­o­rat­ing Trongsa Dzong and Thruepang palace. “Though the Gyalsey was born at Lingkana palace, we as­sume him to be born at our Thruepang palace,” said Karma Lethro, Town rep­re­sen­ta­tive with lots of ex­cite­ment.

“I am joy­ful and fell lucky that I will be able to wit­ness three leg­endary kings of Bhutan to­gether in my life which is rare in the his­tory,” said Karma.

“The weather was dif­fer­ent yes­ter­day and told my friend about the new born Prince,” Said Re­sham Ta­mang, a civil ser­vant who al­ways wished to see new born Gyalsey. “The sun was very clear with­out any cloud which oth­er­wise Trongsa was foggy for last many days.”

San­gay Yozin, seven year old stu­dent took in­ter­est to watched BBS pro­gram at 8 AM yes­ter­day for the first time. “My father told me about the new born King and I am very happy,” she said.

Govern­ment of­fices, In­sti­tu­tions and shops also cel­e­brated the day by host­ing na­tional flags and of­fer­ing but­ter lamps in their own al­ter. Pushpa Gu­rung, a shop­keeper said, “My heart was felt with hap­pi­ness and couldn’t speak a word to my hus­band when he told me about our new born Gyalsey in the morn­ing.”

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