There is an endearing feeling in watching the ochre-robed little lads of Chimi Lhakhang. Despite their monk outfits, they are children and are just the way children are. You see them chasing each other or chasing a football in the open space, rolling in the grass harmlessly fighting over little things or trying to escape the chores assigned to them. But these are things that can only be done when they are not chanting continuously under the watchful eyes of the master.
Chimi Lhakhang is a small temple in the central region of Bhutan. Here is an image of one of the boys walking on the lawn, after giving up control over the football.
Also see more about Chimi Lhakhang at ‘Travelling in Bhutan. Experiences to Cherish‘