Indo-Bhutan Relations: A Historical Study

Dr. Dilbag Singh Bisla


Bhutan is situated in the Eastern Himalayas, between 26°45.and 28°N lat and between 89°45 and 92°25E long, bordered on the North and East by Tibet and India, on the West and South by India . With land area of roughly 18000 sq mile, Bhutan is a small Himalayan kingdom with a total population of 6,95,819.

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