Dzongkha is the national language of Bhutan and is the native language of the Ngalops of western Bhutan. Other two major languages in Bhutan are the Tshanglakha and the Lhotshamkha. Tshanglakha is the native language of the Tshanglas of eastern Bhutan while Lhotshamkha is spoken by the southern Bhutanese of Nepali origin.
Some other languages of Bhutan are Khengkha and Bumthapkha spoken by the Khengpas and Bumthap people of Central Bhutan. Mangdepkah is spoken by the inhabitants of Trongsa and the Cho Cha Nga Chang Kha spoken by the Kurtoeps.