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Indian road workers travel to work from their temporary homes along the road between Paro and Thiimphu in West Bhutan, July 31, 2007.  Road building and manual labor are traditionally jobs reserved for Indians and non-Bhutanese citizens, as the Bhutanese deign to work in those fields. While the Bhutanese encourage ethnic Indians and Nepalese to come to Bhutan for work, they almost never grant citizenship--even to minorities who have lived for generations in Bhutan.
On the road from paro to Thimphu, West Bhutan

Indian road workers travel to work from their temporary homes along the road between Paro and Thiimphu in West Bhutan, July 31, 2007. Road building and manual labor are traditionally jobs reserved for Indians and non-Bhutanese citizens, as the Bhutanese deign to work in those fields. While the Bhutanese encourage ethnic Indians and Nepalese to come to Bhutan for work, they almost never grant citizenship--even to minorities who have lived for generations in Bhutan.