Sikkim is the northeastern state of India located in the eastern Himalayas. It is one of the smallest states in India and is bordered with Tibet China and Bhutan. The capital of the state is Gangtok. More than two-fifths of Sikkim is forested. So a variety of trees can be found there. Sal, pandanus, palms, bamboos, ferns, and orchids are common trees of the forests.<br />
More than half of the population of the state depends on agriculture for their living. Maize, rice, buckwheat, wheat, and barley are the popular crops grown in the state. Beans, ginger, potatoes, vegetables, fruits, and tea also are grown. Including that Sikkim is one of the world’s largest cardamom producer of the country.