The name Gangtok probably derived from the most popular meaning the "Hill top" but otherwise the actual meaning of Gangtok is not known. The City of Gangtok is situated at altitude of 1,437 meters (4,715 feet) near the Shivalik Hills of the Eastern Himalayan range. The City of Gangtok is the centre of Sikkim's Tourism Industry and a largest capital of Indian state of Sikkim. The major Gangtok population speaks Hindi and Nepali and the Gangtok population is approximately about thirty thousand with different language speaking people such as Nepali, Bhutia and Lepchas and is administered by many departments, Gangtok information can be obtained at the Government of Sikkim. Since City of Gangtok is surrounded by greenery and world's third tallest Mountains of Himalaya Mount. Kanchenjunga, Mount Everest being the first tallest Mountain in the World.
The climate of Gangtok makes Gangtok Travel pleasant throughout the year except in monsoon; due to heavy rainfall land sliding can be experienced. Detail information about Gangtok, Gangtok Pincode and Std code Gangtok can be viewed on the web page.
The popular Buddhist tourist spot Enchey Monastery was built in the year 1840 is a major attraction as pilgrimage.
The Sikkimese Chogyal, Thutob Namgyal then ruler of the capital transferred it into Gangtok in the 1894. Early 20th century during British raj in India, Gangtok was a stopover for the trader on the route via Lhasa in Tibet and other cities such as Kolkata (then Calcutta). After the Independence in 1947, Sikkim remained independent monarchy and Gangtok as its capital. The 1975, Gangtok became India's 22nd state capital after the integration with the union of India. The Gangtok is famous for Buddhist culture and learning its educational and religious institutions with the presence of numerous Monasteries, it is definitely the centre for Tibetology.
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