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Sonam Wangchuck (Bhutan)

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PostSubject: WHO THE HELL TOOK MY... oh. Here it is.   Fri Mar 11, 2016 8:37 pm

Name: Sonam Wangchuck

Representative of:The Kingdom of Bhutan


Age: 20(Human) 108(Historical)

Brief personality: Sonam is very anti-pollution, and likes to spend his time in nature. He loves to hike, and does not use any phone, computer or television. He does not ever really have much money, but he is always cheery and very friendly. Solam loves Red Pandas, and is very against the deforestation that is killing a lot of them. He has a pet Red Panda, and he is really good with first names, but because his country has no surnames, he isn't good at remembering surnames.

Brief physical description: Sonam is very tall and muscular, and has messy black hair. He has a curl on the back of his head that represents the Gankhar Punsum, the tallest mountain in Bhutan. He wears a dark green robe, and... he has... skin. He has brown eyes, and a smaller face that most Asian people have. he wears a sash across his green robe.

Brief history:Much of early Bhutanese history is unclear because most of the records were destroyed when fire ravaged the ancient capital, Punakha, in 1827. By the 10th century, Bhutan's political development was heavily influenced by its religious history. Various subsects of Buddhism emerged that were patronized by the various Mongol warlords. After the decline of the Yuan dynasty in the 14th century, these subsects vied with each other for supremacy in the political and religious landscape, eventually leading to the ascendancy of the Drukpa Lineage by the 16th century.A thrikhep (throne cover) from the 19th century. Throne covers were placed atop the temple cushions used by high lamas. The central circular swirling quadrune is the gankyil in its mode as the "Four Joys".Until the early 17th century, Bhutan existed as a patchwork of minor warring fiefdoms, when the area was unified by the Tibetan lama and military leader Ngawang Namgyal, who had fled religious persecution in Tibet. To defend the country against intermittent Tibetan forays, Namgyal built a network of impregnable dzongs or fortresses, and promulgated the Tsa Yig, a code of law that helped to bring local lords under centralized control. Many such dzong still exist and are active centers of religion and district administration. Portuguese Jesuits Estêvão Cacella and João Cabral were the first recorded Europeans to visit Bhutan, on their way to Tibet. They met Ngawang Namgyal, presented him with firearms, gunpowder and a telescope, and offered him their services in the war against Tibet, but the Zhabdrung declined the offer. After a stay of nearly eight months Cacella wrote a long letter from the Chagri Monastery reporting on his travels. This is a rare extant report of the Shabdrung.

Religious affiliation: Buddhist

Any special powers or abilities:None
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