Tribute to His Majesty on His Coming Birth Day - Part II
The King of all Kings<br />Conqueror of all evils<br />Protector of the Truth<br />We love our victorious King<br /><br />The Mind of an enlightened one<br />Heart of a compassionate Chenrezig<br />Vision of the thousand eyes<br />We venerate our compassionate King<br /><br />The lord of Wisdom<br />Guardian of the peaceful Kingdom<br />Source of light for the nation<br />We honour our wise King <br /><br />The precious Gem for the nation<br />Wealth to the poor and happiness for the rich<br />The father of the nation <br />We treasure our generous King<br /><br />The King of Great-Light<br />The King with Wisdom-Eye<br />The King with Compassionate-Heart<br />May our much revered King live long
Posted on 09 Nov 2006 by Thingyel
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Hi Thingyel <br />What a nice tribute to our "Druk Gyalpo" and you have worded it impeccably. Where have you been? I have missed your articles and your comments. Anyway, welcome back. I hope you won't disappear again!!!! Take care
The moment i reached my desk, i opened kuzu website, and then upon a glance i saw your poem. It is simply awesome; my heartfelt gratitude at your feet for starting my day so beautifully. <br /> <br />LONG LIVE OUR BELOVED KING JIGME SINGYE WANGCHUCK!!!
Wow Thingyel, Excellent tribute to our beloved king Jigme Singye Wangchuck! <br /> <br />\" LONG LIVE HIS MAJESTY THE KING JIGME SINGYE WANGCHUCK \"
by TsheringMeto @ 09 Nov 2006 06:19 pm
Zai Thingyl...you did it again! You expressed, what each one of us, Bhutanese feel about our Majesty the King. Very much the heartfelt prayers in the hearts of each Bhutanese. Tubay pa nga...choe ra drabay!!
Foremost, gallons of heartfelt congratulations goes to Thingyel for his applaudable poem and I join once again all the kuzu folks in wishing our beloved King a long and happy life. <br /> <br />Then, for my dearest TsheringMeto, \"Tubay pa nga\" is not Dzongkha. It is ngalongkha. In dzongkha, it should be \"Tubay marey, choera ra drabey\". Noting that you are a Kurtoeb, you should not be making mistakes in dzongkha.
Yes, LONG LIVE OUR BELOVED KING! <br />History has not seen such a great leader before. All my love n gratitude to our beloved king.
by TsheringMeto @ 09 Nov 2006 09:09 pm
Hahahaha YesheyP dearest...nga kee mistake cho tayh may mann!! Actually speaking, I like saying words like \"tubay pa nga\" and \"empey pa nga\" and also \"gambay?!!!\" <br /> <br />Hey Karma c w....then I am taking it as a positive gesture from you...giving me the hope for a starry staryy night, with a shy moon admiring togetherness of two starry eyed, with a tranquilizing breeze touching two serene hearts, conveying a message from one heart to another and a background music of a ....uuummm...o yes!! mighty waves of a sea, gushing near by....hahaha... Angelic enough and romantic enough...am I? hehehe..
TsheringMeto, <br /> <br />Oh, your comment(this one) is full of romanticism, i like it.
by TsheringMeto @ 09 Nov 2006 10:20 pm
hhehehe..Karma C...thank you so much..Lets keep my hope alive ok?! <br /> <br />Aaiee…I am reminded once again of how, way back in primary school, our school use to celebrate His Majesty’s Birthday. Our wake-up bell would be at 5:30 or 6 a.m…...…everybody would be so excited unlike other mornings. Followed by morning tea and fried bongkharang( sooooo yummmmy !!I wish I get to taste that once more) Then assembly would be around 8:30, after which our celebrations would start. We start our march pass from the school premises and take the motor road and walk about 3 to 4 kilometers. As we march pass, our P.T teacher or most of the time, School Captain should shout…”LONG LIVE OUR KING JIGME SINGYE WANGHUCK!!!” and rest of us would shout in chorus ..”LONG LIVE! LONG LIVE!” But for about two years, I had been saying “Long Lip! Long Lip” because I didn’t know what it meant. I just knew that we shall have a school picnic with real rice and fish pah!after the march pass and that all the teachers and students and even some villagers would join to sing and dance the whole day! The last time I said “Long Lip! Long Lip!” was when our P.T teacher happened to be walking beside me during the march pass. He nudged me and said…”TsheringMeto say that again!?” and I said “Long Lip Long Lip Sir!” What followed next was stars I got to see during the day! He hit me with a tokshing on my head ya..and he said…”You are suppose to say “Long Live! Long Live!!…You chaagem!!”(PT teacher was a nice Nepali guy) and hit me one more time ya!! After that I knew how to say it right and I knew what it means. So….LONG LIVE OUR KING JIGME SINGYE WANGCHUCK!! <br /> <br />And this year, there shall be a gathering too and I am to sing lopen Yeshey\'s song…”Nga dhag Gyalpo Kutsey reeeeng warshoo” Can you guys believe it?!!
I wish to send greetings to your King of Bhutan, His Majesty King Jigme Singye Wangchuck with a very happy birthday wish on November 11th.. Greetings and best wishes to His Majesty the King on this happy day from a person who lives in South Dakota USA
by Thingyel @ 10 Nov 2006 03:27 pm
Hi impressed, BeeZee with my exams wai. <br />Zai...TsheringMeto shuk sho wa la na. Why not? We would love to hear your beautiful voice singing \"Nga dhag Gyalpo...\" :) <br /> <br />Enjoy the celebration tomorrow.
by TsheringMeto @ 10 Nov 2006 04:03 pm
hahahaha..Sodu kang ma ko..ji ngang jak pey selu rang manchaa....Best wishes with your exams Thingyel.
by minnieMouse @ 10 Nov 2006 10:02 pm
Its really wonderful of u to write this poem thingyel ,,, <br /> <br />i am not much of a poet but i want to wish our King a very wonderful birthday and hope he lives long .....and i Love him a lot... by the way m not a kid.... incase u all feel so by reading this hehehe ...but i really do love him :) genuinely ... <br /> <br />Long live our King!!!! <br /> <br />cheers
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