Sikkim - The tiny state of Sikkim is cradled by Bhutan on the east, Nepal on the west and Tibet on the north. Sikkim is situated amongst the highest peaks of the Eastern Himalayas, along the higher reaches of the Tista River Valley. An independent kingdom till 1975, Sikkim thereafter joined the Indian Territory to become the 22nd state of the Indian Union. The original inhabitants of Sikkim, the Lepchas still constitute a little less than 20% of the state’s population. Around the 15th century, the Bhutias came to Sikkim from Tibet through Bhutan, and now form 10% of the state’s populace
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