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Sikkim Map

Sikkim State Map
*Sikkim Map showing major roads, railways, rivers, state highway, national highways, seaports, district boundaries etc.

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Formation Year:                               May 16, 1975

Location:                                           North East

Capital:                                                Gangtok

Largest city:                                      Gangtok

Number of Districts:                       4

 Area:                                                 7,096 sq. km.

Population:                                      610,577

Sex Ratio:                                          890 F / 1000 M

Density:                                             86/sq. km.

Literacy:                                            81.42%

Official Languages:                         Nepali

STATE   SYMBOL

State Animal:                               Red Panda

State Bird:                                    Blood Pheasant

State Tree:                                    Rhododendron

State Flower:                               Noble Orchid

Spread in 7,096 sq. km, Sikkim is a landlocked north-east state of India. It shares its international boundary with three countries i.e. Tibet (an autonomous region in China) in the north, Bhutan in the east, and Nepal in the west. And, it shares its state boundary with West Bengal in the south.
Sikkim is geographically diverse because of its location in the high altitude of eastern Himalayas. The climate ranges from subtropical to high alpine depending upon the altitude of respective region. Interestingly, the world's third-highest peak Kangchenjunga, is located on the border of Sikkim and Nepal. It has the only open land border between India and China.
Sikkim is the least populated state of India and in terms of area; it is second smallest state of India. In spite of having small population, state has 11 official languages. Teesta is the Major River of the state. The principal religions of the state are Hinduism and Vajrayana Buddhism. However, state’s economy is largely dependent upon agriculture and tourism.

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   Sikkim Railway Map
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   Sikkim River Map
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Sikkim National Highway Map
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Sikkim Tourist Map
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