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Kabi Lungchok

North Sikkim Highway | Near Phodong, Gangtok, India
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Historical place

if you are more in history its nice to visit. even there is nice place for meditate in the nature... read more

Reviewed 1 May 2017
AAsharaph
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Jaisalmer
Historic Site

A place where signed a "Treaty of Blood Brotherhood" between Lepcha and Bhutia's was signed. The... read more

Reviewed 1 March 2017
Tapan0216
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Sikkim, India
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North Sikkim Highway | Near Phodong, Gangtok, India
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Reviewed 1 May 2017

if you are more in history its nice to visit. even there is nice place for meditate in the nature. its not the way so you can visit, but not really worth to go just for that.

Thank AAsharaph
Reviewed 1 March 2017

A place where signed a "Treaty of Blood Brotherhood" between Lepcha and Bhutia's was signed. The Treaty was signed by Khye Bumsa representing the Bhutia’s and the Lepcha Chief Thekong Tek.

Thank Tapan0216
Reviewed 8 January 2017

this is a small spot of memorial stones which can be visited when travelling to north sikkim. actually, Lepchas were the original inhabitants of the land of sikkim, here at this place a peace traeaty was signed between bhutias & lepchas who swore to be...More

Thank TarunDS
Reviewed 30 September 2016 via mobile

Kabi Lungchok is a place of religious and historical significance in Sikkim. The place is located about 18 kms away from Gangtok close to Phodong town.The place that saw the historic swearing of blood brotherhood between the Lepchas and the Bhutias. Lepcha, the original inhabitant...More

Thank renthlei_tetei
Reviewed 27 March 2016

Why to go there ? I could not understand . It is on the the way to Seven Sisters Fall but has nothing to see. approach roads are terrible.

Thank yogesharora666
Reviewed 6 November 2015 via mobile

This is a historical site.in this place there was an agreement signed between Lapcha and Bhutia community for brotherhood. Nice place.

Thank anupam b
Reviewed 16 July 2015

This place is located around 20km from Gangtok, along the North Sikkim highway. Visit there for a sneak peek into Sikkim's cultural history. Nothing spectacular though

1  Thank Aditya_Banerjee
Reviewed 13 July 2015

Historical place which gives you an insight into the true culture of the tribes from 14th century. There is a small temple and a park. If you are staying in Gangtok for a 4 or more days duration, you can cover this place.

Thank Manprit1712
Reviewed 3 May 2015

Just visit this place, there is something very specail about the energy here. There is no great temple to enter nor any places to eat nearby but it is a simple village that has an amazing history and a lovely worshipping area where a blood...More

Thank Didi R
Reviewed 4 April 2015

Must visit if you are going to the North Sikkim. This is on the way. The place boasts of the Sikkimese history where leaders of the two native tribes, Lepchas and Bhutias, swore in for Brotherhood. One can just sit here and meditate. Its so...More

2  Thank Sonalkapoor31
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