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The ideas of economists and political philosophers, both when they are right and when they are wrong, are more powerful than is commonly understood. Indeed the world is ruled by little else. Practical men, who believe themselves to be quite exempt from any intellectual influence, are usually the slaves of some defunct economist.John Maynard Keynes
- A person from Bhutan or of Bhutanese descent.
- The Drukpa have a rich tradition of dress and ornamentation designed to hold up to the cold Himalayan weather. 
- Bhutanese refer to themselves as Drukpa people.
- Collectively called the Drukpas, the Bhutanese people generally speak the official state language, Dzongkha, although several dialects are also used. 
- The Drukpa Kagyu (also Drukpa Kargyu ) school of Tibetan Buddhism.
- The Drukpa is a major sect within the Kagyupa school of Tibetan Buddhism.
AdjectiveDrukpa (not comparable)
- Of, from, or pertaining to Bhutan or the Bhutanese people.
- Sometimes (more narrowly) pertaining to the main ethnic group within Bhutan.
- Other valleys are inhabited by other ethnic groups but it is Drukpa culture that dominates when defining the national language, dress, religion, and architecture.
- Pertaining to the Drukpa Kagyu (Drukpa Kargyu) or Drukpa sect of Tibetan Buddhism.
- His disciple spread the Drukpa school in western Tibet.
- The Drukpa lineage goes around the world in Kuensel Online, 2008-08-01
- The Drukpa of Bhutan
- Dimri, Jaiwanti. The Drukpa Mystique: Bhutan in the 21st Century (2004) ISBN 8172731566
- Dargay, Yonten. History of the Drukpa Kagyud School in Bhutan Thimphu: NLB (2001) ISBN 9993661600
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