About The State

Sikkim is sheer magic. This is not just the most beautiful place in the world but cleanest and safest too. Bounded by foreign nations on three sides, it shares its boundary with the sister state of West Bengal. Sikkim is a landlocked Indian state located in the Himalayan mountains. The state is bordered by Nepal to the west, China's Tibet Autonomous Region to the north and east, and Bhutan to the east. The Indian state of West Bengal lies to the south.

Hon'ble Chief Minister :- Shri. Pawan Kumar Chamling

Shri. Pawan Chamling began his career by choosing the independent profession of a farmer and later became a first class contractor. Thereafter, he was actively involved in the service of society and literature apart from engaging himself in various creative activities by consolidating the traditional relationship of rural organizations and institutions. He also initiated the process of creating awareness among the village populance by establishing libraries and cooperative societies besides mobilizing his youth friends in organizing drama and other cultural activities.

Shri. Pawan Kumar Chamling was continuously engaged in political activities since the year 1973 and was actively involved in people's revolution of 1973. Sikkim Prajatantra Congress was the first political party in which Shri. Pawan Kumar Chamling made his entry. In addition to his association with this political party and its activities, he was also actively engaged in pursuit of social, cultural and literary activities. As a result, the editing and publication of the literary magazine "NIRMAN" started in 1977 from Yangyang, a very backward village of Sikkim which also happens to be the birth place of Shri. Pawan Kumar Chamling.

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