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Changlimithang Stadium & Archery Ground:
The national stadium occupies the site of the 1885 battle that helped establish the political supremacy of Ugyen Wangchuck, Bhutan’s first king. It is now the site of the national archery ground, a large football stadium and parade ground, basketball, tennis and squash courts, as well as the headquarters of the Bhutan Olympic committee. It’s always worth checking to see what event is taking place when you are in town.
ARCHERY:
Tournaments are scheduled on many weekends at the Changlimithang Archery Ground. Whether it’s the traditional bamboo or the high-tech carbon-fibre bows, the skill, antics and camaraderie are always entertaining. For dates of events check the papers. Archers practise at the target field at the south end of Changlimithang Stadium on most mornings.

Traditional Games:
Bhutan’s national sport is archery (datse). It is played wherever there is enough space and remains the favourite sport for all ages. There are archery tournaments held throughout the country. In the countryside you will see the traditional wooden bows, while in Thimphu modern imported bows are often now used.
Archery contests act as both an affirmation of Bhutanese cultural identity as well as popular entertainment. The tournaments begin with a short ceremony and breakfast. The targets are placed 140m apart. Players often stand close to the targets and call how good or bad the aim of their opponent is - if the contestant hits the target, his team mates will perform a slow dance and sing his praises, while he slips a coloured scarf into his belt. If he misses, the opposition mock his ability.
Women, usually wearing their finest clothes and jewellery, often stand to one side of the archery field and act as cheerleaders. They dance and sing dur¬ing breaks from the shooting. Their songs and shouts can be quite ribald!
Monks are forbidden to participate in archery, so they often play a stone-throwing game called daygo. A round, flat stone rather like a discus is tossed at a target and the winner is the one that gets the closest.
The Bhutanese version of shot put is called pungdo, and is played with large heavy stones.
Khuru is a darts game played on a field about 20m long with small targets similar to those used by archers. The darts are usually homemade from a block of wood and a nail, with some chicken feathers for fins. If a chicken can’t be found, bits of plastic make a good substitute. Teams compete with a lot of shouting and arm waving, designed to put the thrower off his aim. The game is a favourite of monks and young boys; beware of dangerous flying objects if you are near a khuru target or archery field.
Tournaments are scheduled on many weekends at the Changlimithang Archery Ground. Whether it’s the traditional bamboo or the high-tech carbon-fibre bows, the skill, antics and camaraderie are always entertaining. For dates of events check the papers. Archers practise at the target field at the south end of Changlimithang Stadium on most mornings.

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