Living Fortresses from the ancient
Architecture in Bhutan is an Archeological Artifact. Dzongs are huge structures built centuries ago when building plans were nonexistent and nails were not used. It was built to serve as fortresses and site for congregation of a religious, military, administrative, and social nature. The rooms inside the Dzong are divided for its administrative function as well as to house religious monks. In Bhutan, where values systems are held stronger than political systems, these Dzongs hold the key to understanding the merits of such duality.