Sikkim is a unique mix of customs, religions, and traditions from many communities. Sikkim was home to three tribes in ancient times: The Lepchas. The Bhutias. And the Nepalese. They are still the dominant group and culture of Sikkim’s people today. Sikkim is home to a large proportion of its Nepalese population. This is why Nepali is the most widely spoken language in the country.
Sikkim’s diverse population is a mix of cultures, religions, religions, and customs. This makes it a homogeneous blend of people from all walks of life. LEPCHAS and BHUTIAS are the predominant communities. NEPALESE is the second. Many plainsmen are also now settled in urban areas and work in government service and business. Due to the state’s development activities, such as roads and bridges, a small portion of the population is made up of migrant laborers from Nepal and the plains.