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State of Sikkim


First Online: April 01, 2005
Page Last Updated: February 25, 2017

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Signboard in Sikkim, Tille
Signboard in Sikkim, Tille

The state of Sikkim is a small state in the eastern Himalayas, bounded by Tibet to the north, Nepal on the west, Bhutan to the east and {West Bengal} to its south. Rich in vegetation and in snowfall, it is home to many indigenous people. The Lepchas, the Bhutias and other mountain people constitute much of the population. Migrants from Nepal are in large number as well. Gangtok, Rumtek, and Bakkhim are some of the important cities in Sikkim.

Here's a collection of articles and pictures on the State of Sikkim.

Lepcha Woman, Gangtok Institute of Tibetology, Sikkim A Freeflowing Stream, Sikkim 

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Knitting Woman, Himachal PradeshView of Nainital CityA Naga Tribal
Girl from ManipurGirl from Tripura, IndiaA View of Highways in Uttarakhand

 

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