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Monday, September 17, 2007

Sikkim - Destination Guide 7

Sikkim is a treasure trove of culture, heritage and wildlife. This is a part of extended North East India which converted the sevn sisters into eight. A place where Buddhism can be seen every where. The divine locale which is shadowed by the mighty kanchenjunga and offers an excellent river rafting, mountain lakes and great atmosphere. An abode where you would not like to spend days but years.

Why Should I Visit Sikkim?

Monasteries
Orchid Sanctuaries
Kanchenjunga


Fast Facts
Area: 7096 sq km
Population: 406,457
Capital: Gangtok

Clothing
Summer - Light Woollens
Winter - Heavy Woollens

Languages spoken
Lepcha, Bhutia, Nepali, Limbu

Best Time to visit
March to August.

1 comments:

DesiDirectory said...

Dear,Friend
Kinnaur is a breath takingly scenic and sparsely populated region. Spiti and Satluj rivers flow through Kinnaur to

meet at Khab and become one the Satluj. Scores of flowing streams feed these rivers and all their valleys are

strikingly beautiful the slopes are covered with thick woods, orchards, fields and picturesque hamlets.Here are two

of the world's great mountain ranges the Zanskar and the Great Himalaya.Sumdo is the last Kinner village on this

road i.e.NH-22 whereafter the SH-30 starts leading into Spiti Valley. The total length of road from Shimla is 355

Kms whereas Shimla is another 385 Kms from Delhi.
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