The Royal Grandmother, Her Majesty Gyalyum Kesang Choeden Wangchuck, at the Dechencholing Palace, 1957.
Throughout pivotal moments in the history of our country, Her Majesty has made important contributions for the welfare of the Bhutanese people, and has alongside His Late Majesty Drukgyal Sumpa Jigme Dorji Wangchuck, helped steer Bhutan into modernity. Today, Her Majesty continues to lead numerous initiatives for Bhutan’s progress and the health and well-being of the people.
Deeply beloved and respected, Her Majesty remains the true embodiment of compassion, wisdom and grace.
Her Majesty remains a foremost Patron of the Dharma- Her Majesty’s innumerable contributions to Buddhism encompass the restoration and preservation of numerous monasteries and heritage sites of deep spiritual and cultural significance to Bhutan. Her Majesty’s enduring devotion to the Dharma serves to inspire generations.
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