This is just demo text. Darjeeling, its northern end, is embraced by the arms of the mighty Himalayas. The culture of Darjeeling, India, is quite diverse Apart from the major Hindu religious festivals like Diwali, Christmas, Dussera, Holi, Ram Navami etc. Read More
This is just demo text. Some notable places to visit include the Tiger Hill, the zoo, monasteries and the tea gardens. The town attracts trekkers and sportsmen seeking to explore the Himalayas, serving as the starting point for climbing attempts on some Indian and Nepali peaks.
Apart from the major Hindu religious festivals like Diwali, Christmas, Dussera, Holi, Ram Navami etc., the diverse ethnic populace of the town celebrates several local festivals. The Tibetan ethnic groups like the Lepchas, Bhutias, Gurungs, and Tamangs celebrate new year called Losar in January/February, Maghe Sankranti, Chotrul Duchen, Buddha Jayanti, and Tendong Lho Rumfaat, to name a few, which provide the "regional distinctness" of Darjeeling's local culture from the rest of India.Read More
Darjeeling has a very interesting cuisine to offer. Food is never a problem in Darjeeling as it is populated by local eateries offering the typical Darjeeling delicacies and has very multi cuisine good restaurants. Being inhabited by numerous Tibetans and Nepalese, the local eateries as well as the restaurants in Darjeeling offer many dishes common to Nepalese and Tibetan cuisine like thupka, momo, churpee and wai wai. Churpees are delicious chewing gums made out of cow's milk or yak's milk. It is a local delicacy. Momos are soft melt-in-the-mouth dumplings stuffed Read More