A guide to sacred site of Guru Rinpoche: Rongtse ney
Rinchen Khandu currently serves as Associate Lecturer in Dzongkha Literature, Research, Teaching Skills, Teaching Strategy, Dzongkha for Communication and Child Psychology to student teachers at Paro College of Education under Royal University of Bhutan.
He was born to a humble family in the remote village of Rinchen Zor under Norbugang gewog, Pema Gatshel Dzongkhag. He attained his early education in Norbugang Primary School to Nganglam Junior School and completed high school education from Sarpang. After completing his secondary education from Sarpang Middle Secondary School, he joined the Institute for Language and Cultural Studies in Semtokha to pursue his higher education. He completed his BA in Language and Culture from the College of Language and Cultural Studies, Semtokha in 2008.
He then went on to pursue Post Graduate Diploma in Education from Paro College of Education and later served as a school teacher for two years in remote schools at Rongtse and Sangbaykha Primary School at Haa. In 2013, he joined Paro College of Education as an Assistant Lecturer. He is passionate in preserving and promoting Bhutan’s unique culture and heritage which led him to endeavor in research and publication of this book. He is also a researcher, academic, spiritual and social enthusiast and has contributed presentation and publication in few journals.