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Up to date as of January 14, 2010

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Asia : South Asia : Bhutan : Eastern Bhutan
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Travel Warning

WARNING: Eastern Bhutan was hit by a strong earthquake in September 2009. Landslides have caused road blockages, and travel in remote parts of the area will be difficult for some weeks. All major roads were reported open for traffic since 23 September

Eastern Bhutan is a region in Bhutan.

Understand

The predominant ethnic group in Eastern Bhutan are Sharchops, who are generally followers of the Nyingma tradition of Buddhism and tend to be shorter and stockier than people in other parts of the country. Another characteristic of Eastern Bhutan is that the cities and towns are generally built on mountain slopes, a notable exception being Samdrup Jongkhar which is in a valley on the Indian border.

Talk

Sharchopkha is the predominant language of the region, though there are local variations.

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