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We all know that Sikkim is a very beautiful state. It is surrounded by mountains. It has lots of monuments there and the whole state is covered with greenery. Going to Sikkim was my dream. My dream was fulfilled. During summer vacation we went to Sikkim. We went to Jalpaiguru till train and to Gangtok by car. Sikkim was very good in traffic rules, keeping clean and other rules. ladies and kids can go alone any time without any fear.
Next day, went to see local site seeing. We went to Namyal Institute of Tibetology we there saw about the birth of Lord Buddha, and about his life, the things used in past and the writings on palm tree paper. Then we went to Chiten Stupa, olden handicraft museum, Rumtek monastery. There we saw Monk Prayer, Golden Stupa and the Nalanda University.
From my childhood I had 2 dreams, one was to play with snow and the other to step out of India. On 10th June, we went to Nathula i.e. India and China border at 14250 feet from sea level. I stepped in the China border and while returning played with ice. Then we visited Tsongo Lake.
Next day we visited the Buddha temple name TathagataTsal in Namchi. Near Pelling, we visited Rimbhi waterfalls and Kanchenjunga waterfalls. In the water falls I did an adventure with my family, going one mountain to the other on the water falls on a rope way. We visited Kecheodapalri Lake, orange field garden and the Singshore suspension bridge (2nd longest bridge in Asia). We left Pelling and on the way to Siliguri we visited Siddheshwara Dham. We returned to Kolkata.
It was a very nice and a memorable trip. This trip fulfilled my dreams. I shall never forget this trip ever in my life.
Taruni Reddy Veeraballi
Bhavan's Gangabux Kanoria Vidyamandir
This is nice.
Nice paragraph on Sikkim.
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