Haa mela

Yesterday, the thousands of spectators who had gathered in Haa to celebrate Imtrat’s 48th Raising Day were treated to a memorable programme of sensational parajumps, equestrian displays, motorcycle stunts, dog agility, gymnastics and martial music.

But what really enthralled the eager crowd – locals and Indians alike – was HRH Prince Jigyel Ugyen Wangchuck unexpectedly riding “Tipu Sultan”, an army thoroughbred, at a full gallop, attempting to pick up tent pegs with his lance.

The banner features our dashing prince on the young charger.

 

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  1. Graduates should have a session with the opposition leader. Thought, there was always a session for the opposition in the graduate orientation. Please, MoLHR include a session with the opposition leader as its important for the graduates.

  2. Great Picture, Greater Subject

  3. J P Dorji says

    It’s indeed a beautiful thing to see horse riding at HAA but also sad at the same time to not see it’s populararity in Bhutan. I’m a Bhutanese in India representing Bhutan and competing with international riders in India.
    (DELHI HORSE SHOW) , (JNEC) , (MEERUT HORSE SHOW) , (BANGALORE POLO CHAMPION) and ( GENERAL THIMAYA CUP).

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