State Name: Sikkim
Sikkim as the word is the combination of two words, the Limbu means “new” and the Khyim means “palace”. Denjong is the Tibetan name of Sikkim. Sikkim is also known as the valley of Rice. In Hindu religious transcripts, Sikkim is identified as Indrakil, the garden of Indra.
Sikkim is the non-coastal Indian state cuddled up by the Himalaya’s. This thumb-wroughted state borders Nepal in the west, China to the north, Bhutan in the southeast and West Bengal to the south. The climate scales from subtropical to soprano alpine. Kanchenjunga, the world's third-highest peak and is located on the border of Sikkim with Nepal. Sikkim is a pr