Five months after receiving a lengthy and risky separation procedure in Australia, the now-famous twin girls are home.
Two formerly-conjoined twin girls have received a hero's welcome in Bhutan, after being surgically-separated in Australia.
Twenty-month-old Nima and Dawa arrived home on Thursday with their mother, four months after their operation.
The girls had been joined at the torso and shared a liver.
Barely controlling his emotions, their father, Sonam Tshering, called it a miracle.
He took them from the airport to a monastery to light a lamp in prayer.
The girls were separated in an operation in early November at Melbourne's Royal Children's Hospital that lasted almost six hours.
The procedure involved up to 25 surgeons, nurses and anaesthetists.