Our September calendar is a treat, featuring these adorable images of His Royal Highness The Gyalsey, as photographed by His Majesty The King. It is a joy to see our little Prince growing up so quickly, and touching to see him already begin to carry out Royal Duties.
We have designed beautiful calendars featuring Their Majesties to be used as wallpaper for your laptops, computers and smartphones. You can download the calendars, which will be released every month, for free.
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.
- for iPhone 5, 5C & 5S / similar smartphones: iPhone 5, 5C & 5S and similar smartphones
- for iPhone 6 / similar smartphones: iPhone 6 and similar
- for iPhone 6 Plus / similar smartphones: iPhone 6 Plus and similar smartphones
- for iPad / similar tablets: 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.
Olivier Beltrami says
I see that you have the Blessed Rainy Day public holiday on Friday, the 23rd. Has there been a change ? Did the official announcement of Bhutan public holidays for 2016 not have that holiday on September 22 ?
It looks like their Sept 22 is is our 23rd. But then what happens to their 25th?