Gyalshing

 

The headquarters of the West district, Gyalshing, which means the King’s Garden, is believed to have once been the royal gardens attached to the Palace at Rabdentse, Sikkim’s capital till the late 18th century. Today it is a bustling town and the main transit point to various tourist destinations of the region. Close by is Rabdentse as well as Pemayangste, Sikkim’s premier monastery. Opposite Gyalshing bazaar is the longest and believed to be the holiest, Mendang or Holy Wall, constructed by the third king, Chogyal Chador Namgyal.
About 10kms away from Pelling or a town before one arrives to Pelling is Gyalshing also known as Gyalshing Bazar, one of the oldest market established approximately about 100 years ago. This establishment was said to have been done under the initiative of the monk body of Pemayangtyse monastery for the shopping comfort of the monks and public residing in the villages around Pemayangtse. Ever since Gyalshing market was established and first few shops were opened monks could do their monastic shopping and villagers could sell their village products like crops, dairy products, vegetables in the market and buy clothing and other house hold needs. Such trends sustains till today and as usual villagers gather every Sunday to do shopping or sell their products in Gyalshing Bazar. Today the market is well equipped with shops of all kind, multipurpose community hall, library, post office, banks, police stations, eating places, lodges, internet centers, taxi terminus and foot ball ground. There is worshipping places for the people of all faith ‘Manilhagang’ where the meditation session for mostly the Buddhist women organized every year during the holy occasion called Saga Dawa that falls in the month of June and Devithan for the Hindus, church and Masjid.

 

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Ms. Lila wati Rai
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Address :
Topung , Gyalshing
Name :
Ms. Phurkit Lepcha
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Address :
Lower Gangyap , Gyalshing
Name :
Ms. Pranita Gurung
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Address :
Yuksom , Gyalshing
Name :
Ms. Rinchen Ongmu Lepcha
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Address :
Khechoperi Gumpa , Gyalshing
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Ms. Saijeena Rai
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Address :
Khechoperi Simchen , Gyalshing
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Mr. Sun Man Subba
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Address :
Khechoperi , Gyalshing
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Ms. Sonam Zangmu Lepcha
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Address :
Melli Aching , Gyalshing
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Ms. Sunita Limboo
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Address :
Gerethang , Gyalshing

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