Stretching out the entire way to Bhutan’s southern wilderness, Dagana is a green and intensely forested dzongkhag. Composed of 14 gewogs, practically 80% of the area is covered by woodlands of Sal, Chirpine and Soothsaying. The name ‘Dagana’ is derived from the memorable Lho Dakar Trashi Yangtse Dzong that Zhabdrung built in 1651. The prestigious lama named it as such on the grounds that the locale lies south of Punakha (Lho), is at the foot of Dakarla, and is likewise represented by Dakarla Jomo Dakarmo. It additionally went under the focal government, thrived (Trashi), and has the jazzing up presence of the south (Yangtse). Dagana Dzong is viewed as the last Dzong to work during the rule of Zhabdrung Rinpochoe. Dagana is likewise known for three inquisitive stone monuments called “Steps of Stone”, “Rock Sky Point of support” and “Sky Post.” Predominantly occupied by the Ngalop and Lhotshampa ethnic gatherings, the district celebrates different celebrations and customs. The Dzongkhag is home to about 27 verifiable and strict spots, many individuals actually visit and implore these adored areas. The locale is notable for its rice and orange creation. There are 206 kilometers between Thimphu and Dagana.
Location: Dagana is a rich region with 1,723 sq.km. of woods. The Dzongkhag’s level differs from under 100 m to 4700 m above ocean level.
People & Language : Ngalops, Lhotshampas, and Kheng Pas make up the majority of the population of Dagana Dzongkhag.
Weather: With a typical high of 24°C, July is the most smoking month of the year. From December to February , the cold season, which has a typical day to day high temperature beneath 15°C. In Daga, January is the coldest month of the year, with a typical low of 3.8°C.