In Bhutan, inhabitant scattered from the different parts, live. The majority of the population of Bhutan is from Drukpa. Drukpa has three main ethnic groups which are the Ngalops, Sharchops and the Lhotsampas. Lhotsampas are of Nepalese origin. These three ethnic groups make the total Drukpa population. Sharchops are the oldest residents of Bhutan. Sharchops origin is mostly from northern Burma and northeast India. Ngalops migrated from Tibet’s plain regions. They are also the importers, followers of Buddhism. Lhotsampas migrated toward the southern plains in search of work and agricultural land.
Dzongkha is the official language used in Bhutan. There never was and there is a class system in Bhutan. There is no discrimination in social and educational opportunities in terms of birth and there is also no discrimination between men and women . Bhutan is a country where women enjoy equal rights with men in every field. Bhutanese are very loyal and respectful about their culture. People wear traditional clothes to keep the traditional culture alive.Women in Bhutan wear ankle length dress which is known as Kira, which is made of woven fabrics.
Bhutanese people have always been a follower of Buddhism. Buddhism has a great role in changing the cultural, sociological, ethical development of Bhutanese people.