Colours commingle in the galactic Sikkim; virtuousness is present in its peace and tolerance; young and energetic people make it alive; holy rituals and rites, religious festivals and ceremonies, gaudy dance and dresses sublimate heaven for explorers. The settled mighty Himalayas and their eclectic peaks, including Mt. Kanchenjunga, can’t be mapped or explored by a single force, making Sikkim even more obscured and inviting.
Ever since ‘The Kingdom of Sikkim’ merged with the Union of India in 1975, it has surprised humanity despite being the second smallest and least populous state in India. Influenced by various cultures, the state has inherited many languages and religions from its neighbours: Bhutan, Tibet, Nepal and West Bengal. Working consciously toward the environment, Sikkim has hugged many ecotourism practices and has gone ‘all Organic’ since 2016.