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General Pictures
The Prime Minister L.J.Y. Thinley says farewell. Two times 7 steps symbolising the man's spiritual evolution. The Prime Minister visiting the site of the stone in Thimphu.
Greeting the honour-able guests at the ina-uguration on 26 Oct 2009 in Thimphu. The ritual to open the cereminie led by the Deputy Minister. Part of the opening ritual.
I am surprised and overwhelmed to receive so many gifts. I am honoured with the white scharf. Congratulation for completing the global stone project.
The speech from the Deputy Minister for Environment Mr. Nado Rinchhen. I express respect and gratitude for generous support to Bhutanese people. The City Cooperation were actively involved in the project.
Mr. Thinley Penjor was my first contact in the Department of Foreign Minister. The monks celebrate the ritual for blessing the stone. The Bhudistic symbol made out of butter.
The stone gets his blessing with water. Plenty of food is prepared for the guests. The interview with the television team.
It is good to have a friend who knows the people and the country Mr. Thinlay Tshering, Asst. Executive Engineer & nbsp of Punatsangchuu - I Hydroelectric Project Authority of Bhutan. He coordinated to bring theboulders from Bhutan to Kolkata.
Meeting with the Prime Minister L.J.Y.Thinley of Bhutan on 07.10.09 His Excellecy Lyonchen Jigmi Y Thinley and Wolfgang K v S The meeting was held at the Gyalyong, Tshogkhang,Thimphu.
The visit from Dep. of Geology to examine the stone. The luxurious suite metal-hut and the stone.
From here we can see the whole town of Thimphu. Polishing the stone, a wet job. Starting polishing the stone with a diamond disc.
The first forming grinding step, a dusty job. The stone is already polished and is washed... Archering is the national sport in Bhutan.
In Yimina. Lifting the stones from the riverbed. The stones are used to make steps to the big stone for Bhutan. It is difficult to lift the big stones with a small excavator.
The initiator of the Global Stone Project. The ten stones of the Global Stone Project in a display model. I built the “Pegasus” in 1970 in Taragona, Spain.