|The value||5 нгултрум|
|Description||Серия и номер банкноты могут отличаться от представленной на фото|
Banknote of 5 ngultrum 2006-2013 - Bhutan - World Paper Money P-28b - UNC. Series - 2006-2015 Issue.
Is of three kinds: the class of 2006 (KM# 28.a), issue 2011 (KM# 28.b) edition 2013 (KM# 28.c).
Front: Mythological birds; Dharma Wheel.
Dharmacakra (SKT. ????????, RESPONSE to the dharmacakra "wheel of Dharma", "wheel of the law", fell [dhammacakka]) — the symbol of Dharma, the Buddha's teachings about the path to enlightenment, liberation from karmic rebirth in samsara. Traditionally depicted in the form of a stylized wheel with eight spokes. Usually eight spokes are treated as image components of the Noble eightfold path.
Downside: Taktsang-lhakhang (otherwise Taxing-lhakhang, Paro Taksang, Taktsang-Dzong, tiger's Nest) is a famous monastery (lhakhang) in Bhutan. It is located in Paro Dzongkhag near the town of Paro and hangs on a cliff with a height of 3120 m, 700 m above the Paro valley. The name of the monastery translates as tiger's nest, according to legend, this cave was transported Padmasambhava, sitting on the tigress, which has turned his wife Yeshe tsogyal. In the cave of Milarepa meditated also. The monastery was often visited by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal.
The monastery (in its present form) was founded in 1692 when the ruler (Druk Desi) Gyaltse Tenzin Rabdi, although the caves used for meditation since the earliest times. April 19, 1998 the monastery almost completely burned down, killing several monks, due to inaccessibility it was impossible to provide urgent assistance. However, in a short time the monastery has been carefully restored. All the monastery was restored in 2005.
Watermark: None. Issuing centre: Royal monetary authority of Bhutan.
Legend obverse: "SERIES 2011". Legend reverse: "ROYAL MONETARY AUTHORITY OF BHUTAN 5 FIVE NGULTRUM TAKTSANG".
Front: Mythological birds; Dharma wheel; Back: Taktsang Monastery.