By Tanner Thompson
The population is 725,196 people as of 2014
- Tropical Jungles
- North of Bhutan is China
- South of Bhutan is India
- East of Bhutan is India
- West of Bhutan is India
- The written history of the region begins when Buddhism came to the area in the seventh century.
- With Indian and British troops, they battle the Bhutanese until they signed a treaty.
- People are expected to respect elders, while elders are expected to offer guidance.
- The land wasn't unified until the 1600's
- Bhutan's government is a constitutional monarchy, which means they have a king and a constitution.
- Parliament is made up of two bodies, the 25 seat National Council, and the 47 member National Assembly.
- The Bhutanese in the countryside walk to where they need to go.
- Most families have cars, but they often take buses or taxis.