Institute of Hotel Management, Gangtok, Sikkim

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SIKKIM

Sikkim is Known for its scenic beauty, tranquility and hospitality, which is very difficult to be found anywhere in today’s world. The state of Sikkim has a population of more than 6.2. lakhs and majority of the people can speak and as well as write in Hindi and English, including Nepali, which is the state language.

Sikkim is a landlocked Indian state nestled in the Himalayas. It is the least populous state in India,and the second-smallest in area after Goa. The thumb-shaped state borders Nepal in the west, Tibet Autonomous Region of China to the north and east, and Bhutan in the southeast. The Indian state of West Bengal borders Sikkim to its south. The official language of the state is English, but there is a sizable population that converses in Nepali (the lingua franca of the state), Lepcha, Bhutia, and Limbu. It is the only state in India with an ethnic Nepalese majority. It is an ancient land also known as Indrakil, the garden of Indra, the king-god of heaven in Hindu religious texts. The predominant religions are Hinduism and Vajrayana Buddhism. Gangtok is the capital and largest town.

Despite its small area of 2,745 sq mi (7,096 km2), Sikkim is geographically diverse due to its location in the Himalayas. The climate ranges from subtropical to high alpine. Kangchenjunga, the world's third-highest peak, is located in the northwestern part of the state on the boundary with Nepal, and can be seen from most parts of the state. Sikkim is a popular tourist destination for its culture, scenic beauty and biodiversity.