Pin codes of Sikkim

Northeastern India’s Sikkim state is renowned for its pristine scenery, towering mountains, and abundant wildlife. Gangtok, the nation’s capital, is well known for its peaceful monasteries, one of which is the Rumtek Monastery, a hub for Tibetan Buddhism. In addition, the state is home to the UNESCO World Heritage Site Kanchenjunga National Park and the third-highest mountain in the world, Kanchenjunga. The Yumthang Valley, sometimes referred to as the “Valley of Flowers,” is well-known for its hot springs and flowers. The Himalayas may be seen in spectacular detail from the Nathula Pass, which connects Tibet and India. Festivals and customs like Dashain and Losar Festival showcase Sikkim’s rich cultural variety. The state, which prioritizes sustainable farming methods, is the first totally organic state in India. Sikkim’s food blends Bhutia, Nepali, and Tibetan traditions.

These are the Sikkim State districts that have area-specific pin codes.

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