The Namgyal dynasty founded the Kingdom of "Sikkim" in the 17th century, it's a state in Northeastern India. The origin theory of the name Sikkim is that it is a combination of two Limbu words: su, which means "new", and khyim, which means "palace" or "house". Now click on the Explore option to explore the Sikkim, Where nature smiles.


The name "Berhampore" come from "Brahmapur" cause It used to be known as many of the Brahmin families (almost 700) settled here. It lies on the east bank of the Bhagirathi River, about 200km north of Kolkata. This city contains some beautiful places, for example, Dutch Cemetery, Laldighi, Square Field, Place of the Roys, etc. Ok, let's come to the gallery to explore the city.


Murshidabad is a historical city in the Indian state of West Bengal. The name "Murshidabad" comes from the place known as "Muksudabad", which was the capital of Bengal during Murshid Quli Khan’s rule. Before the advent of the British, the city of Murshidabad was the capital of Bengal. Murshidabad has lots of historical places, for example, Hazarduari Palace Museum, Motijheel, Char Bangla Temple, House Of Jagath Seth, Nizmat Imbambara, Kathgola Palace, etc. Also, once Robert Clive told the British Crown that Murshidabad alone equals 136 Londons in the property. So it was a myth to call that India was poor.