There is sacred meaning in Bhutanese architecture. Bhutanese art is religious and it does not exist by itself. The traditional Bhutanese art and architecture are unique and beautiful. They are highly decorative and ornamental. The amazing part of traditional Bhutanese architecture is that it does not use either nails or iron bars. The architecture is exhibited in the forms of dzongs, temples, monasteries and traditional Bhutanese house. The genius of Bhutanese art is best expressed in dances and paintings. Mandalas and thankas depict an artistic skills and fineness. The statues are made of clay, wood, stones, bronze and other expensive materials, which depict fine craftsmanship of the Bhutanese artists.