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Least Populous State with Most Surpassing Beauty
Bordered by Nepal, China & Bhutan, the state SIKKIM is wrapped with chilly clouds so (that) the beauty can’t be ruined by any other object. Sikkimese clouds help to get the tourist’s photography done in an artistic way.
Not tactical, I booked the tickets for us on a whim. We’re
four, I was younger & meal was enough to satisfy ...
... and on first sight we were impressed that India has preserved this huge open space instead of building on it. On closer inspection the fringes of the park were being used as the local toilet, with many beggars sat around a pungent pond. We continued on, but couldn't help thinking that this park could be a rather beautiful jewel in the crown of Kolkata if it was maintained. Unfortunately this is a common thought we have had at every place we have visited in India. From ...
... is attached to the home we were staying in.
We returned for a couple more days in Pondicherry, where we met Jonathan and Shayna along with Gurujee's Mother and spent a wonderful time celebrating her birthday at the Ashram with her other son, Dipankar, and his family. Delia's time here in India was quickly drawing to a close, so we packed our things and started on our long ...
... are not just with the borders - the laws are quite strict there, but generally seem to resonate with what the locals want. As a result, Sikkim is a very clean state, with not much rubbish around at all (and also almost no cows!). Sikkim's cleanliness coupled with its green hills lend to it being proudly referred to as India's Switzerland. (Although Switzerland is pronounced more like Shujaland, and it takes quite a while to understand what on earth people ...
... some people call their house. Also if you were born with a physical disability, you may not rely on health care and spent all your life in the same streets or neighbourhood begging for money. These people typically move to the cities in search for better luck, but they can only see themselves being homeless. I have also seen fathers moving away from their family to earn some money in the cities, where they rent an old cycle rickshaw and earn around two to three ...