The capital, official language, monetary unit, regions & form of gov ‘t of BHUTAN, NEPAL, MALDIVES & SRI LANKA?

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  1. likeafiish says:

    Bhutan = Thimphu
    Maldives = Male
    Nepal = Kathmandu
    Sri Lanka = Colombo

    Bhutan = in transition to constitutional monarchy; special treaty relationship with India
    Nepal = democratic republic
    Maldives = republic
    Sri Lanka = republic

    Bhutan = Dzongkha (official)
    Nepal = Nepali (47.8%)
    Maldives = Maldivian Dhivehi with English spoken by most gov. officials
    Sri Lanka = Sinhala, English used in government

    Bhutan = Ngultrum and Indian Rupee
    Maldives = Rufiyaa
    Nepal = Nepalese Rupee
    Sri Lanka = Sri Lankan Rupee

    Regions: (too many to list here but here are the links)
    Bhutan =
    Maldives =
    Nepal = http://en.wikipedia.orgw/iki/Image:Sri_Lanka_provinces.png
    Sri Lanka =

    Yep, I really am that bored! Hope this helps 🙂

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