On December 17, Bhutan celebrates National Day, commemorating the day on which His Majesty King Ugyen Wangchuck became the first hereditary monarch of Bhutan in 1907.
In celebrating this day, we celebrate our special history and how far we have come as a nation under the visionary leadership of our successive Kings.
We also look ahead, take stock of the journey before us, and the challenges we must overcome to fulfill the aspirations of the Bhutanese People.
We celebrate all that we draw strength from- our identity, our heritage, and our unity.
Our December calendar is dedicated to the National Day celebrations, and everything it stands for- the spirit of Bhutan.
We hope you enjoy this month’s calendar, based on an illustration by artist Chimi R Namgyel, of His Majesty Druk Gyalpo Ugyen Wangchuck, the First King of Bhutan.
It has been our pleasure to release these free, downloadable monthly calendars, with Gregorian calendar dates, Bhutanese Lunar calendar dates, and public holidays in Bhutan, for your laptop, computer, smartphone, or notepad wallpapers. Thank you for your overwhelming response.
Smartphones and tablets
Download the calendar into your smartphone picture gallery. To set it as your wallpaper, go to settings, tap “wallpaper” (tap Display and then Wallpaper on Android) and choose the calendar to make it your home screen, lock screen, or both.
- iPhone SE and similar smartphones
- iPhone 7 and similar smartphones
- iPhone 7 Plus and similar smartphones
- iPads and similar tablets
Desktops and laptops
Click on the size you want. The calendar will open in your web browser. To set it as your desktop wallpaper, right-click the picture, and choose “Set as Wallpaper” or “Set as Desktop Background” or “Use Image as Desktop Picture”. To find out the screen resolution of your computer, check Desktop properties.
Have we missed out your screen resolution? Do let us know if you have a screen resolution not covered by us.