Bhutan is a small country located on the eastern side of the Himalayas in the 27º 28.0 ‘N and 89 ° 38,5’ E in south Asia. It is a country landlocked and has the two Asian giants China (north) and India (east, west and south), like its neighbors. This Himalayan kingdom has an area of 14,824 square kilometers and a population of 708,427 (2011 estimate). The main ethnic groups are Ngalops and Sharchops Bhutan, and a Nepalese ethnic group called Lhotshampas in Dzongkha. The terrain is mountainous Bhutan mostly, but there are also some beautiful valleys and meadows. The climate is tropical in the south, while the central part has cold winters and hot summers. In the north, the winters are severe and summers are cool. Bhutan is rich in natural resources such as hydro, wood, gypsum and calcium carbonate. It is also rich in flora and fauna and is home to many rare species of animals like the golden Langor.