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Rabdentse Ruins

Rabdentse Ruins

Located close to the Pemayangtse Monastery in the west Sikkim district, Rabdentse Ruins is an important archeological site of India. Rabdentse Ruins was the second capital of the former kingdom of Sikkim till 1814. Later, it gets destroyed by the invasion of the Nepalese army. At present, the ruins of palaces and chortens can be seen at the place of Rabdentse. The Rabdentse ruins are a part of Buddhist pilgrimage circuit which consists of many monasteries starting from Yuksom, the first capital of Sikkim.

The Ruins of Rabdentse is divided in two wings – the northern wing and the southern wing. The northern wing is where the royal family resided. Apart from that there are the ruins of “Dab Lhagang”, the place where royal family used to offer prayers remain. Preserved by the Archeological Survey of India, the monument is of great national importance in India. Rabdentse Ruins travel and tourism provides the best experience of travelling to this wonderful place.

Tourist can enjoy the beautiful view of Mount Kanchenjunga ranges from the vintage point of Rabdentse Ruins. Enjoy trekking through the thick forests through a 2 km route that commences from Pelling and extends till Geyzing. Rabdentse Ruins is a must place to visit for all.

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