Sikkim is one of the seven sisters of North Eastern India. Sikkim is the least populous state. Sikkim is the second paradise of India. It is the perfect example of ecstatic nature and beautiful landscape. Kanchenjunga is the highest peak in India which is the third highest in the world. 

The capital of this state is Gangtok. It has alpine and subtropical climates. Nepali and English is the official languages here. Sikkim has a flavor of modern culture in it. People enjoy western rock music and Indian pop. Lepcha music is equally popular. Football and cricket are the two most loved sports of this state.

Sikkim has a good agricultural production. This state produces the largest amount of Cardamom in India. The state is home to many Buddhist monasteries, Hindu temples, and churches as well. It is a clean state and “all organic’ since 2016. This picturesque state is tucked away in the laps of the magical Himalayas. The prismatic beauty of this place will make your heart skip a beat. It is the gateway to the North-Eastern corridor of India.

Some of the major cities of Sikkim are Jorethang, Rangpo, Namchi, etc. Visit some of the most spectacular places like Lake Tsomgo, Gurudongmar Lake, Yumthang Valley, Nathu la, Rumtek Monastery, and many more. It is the perfect destination for nature lovers, adventure enthusiast or a weary traveler. Trekking in this region is one of the most exciting things to do in India. One less known fact about Sikkim is home to the red panda.

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