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SIKKIM                                              General Information of Sikkim

It is one of the most enthralling regions in Himalayas. This hidden valley of rice or "Bayul Demojong" as called by the local people and is a tiny State of the Union territory of India. It is inhabited by Nepalese, Lepchas, Bhutias, Tibetans and surrounded by the Tibetan Plateau in the North, Nepal in the West, Bhutan in the East and West Bengal along its Southern border.
The awe inspiring Kanchanjunga peaks guards its valley, turquoise lakes, steams and gorges. Wrapped in mists and clouds. A garden state with an incredible variety of orchids, rhododendrons, gladioli and a host of other flowers. Rustling, tumbling streams and torrents. Mountain monasteries and quaint shopping plazas. This is Sikkim.

The land of mighty Kanchenjunga. A holiday land with few equals anywhere. This jewel -like mountain state of ethereal beauty with an area of 7299 Sq. kilometres, nestles in the heart of the Himalayas.
Its Capital is Gangtok with its mysterious mist, fluttering prayer flags painted pagoda roofed houses, rich culture heritage and its friendly smiling people. SIKKIM offers to her visitors a rare and singular experience of a life time.
Since the major portion of SIKKIM has opened to both the domestic and foreign visitors in recent time, one can experience the most fascinating scenic beauty, breathtaking experience and chilling white river water for River Rafting bonanza.

Nestling in the grandeur and beauty of snow-capped mountain ranges of Kanchanjunga and lush green of Tea Gardens, highest Railway station in the world lied the elegant the Town of Darjeeling which is known as "Queen of the Hills". A holiday resort of the Victoria Era and is still exudes its passed grandeur, charm and majesty. It is colourful mixture of people such as Nepalese, Sherpas, Lepchas, Bhutia and Tibetans. From the Foot hills of Darjeeling runs Darjeeling Himalaya Train affectionately known to railway enthusiasts and generation of School Children "TOY TRAIN"

People :

Sikkim has population of about three laksh, made up of Lepchas, Nepalese and Bhutias. The Lepchas are the oldest inhabitants of Sikkim. There is an old Lepcha legend that long ago, the laughter of the Lepchas wafted into the sky and it scattered and froze into shimmering stars. In the 15th and 16th centuries, the Tibetans arrived bringing with them the Red Hat Lamist tradition - Nying -ma-pa, which became the dominant culture and official state religion.

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