Sikkim Religion, Sikkim is a state in northeastern India that is known for its diverse cultural and religious heritage. According to the 2021 Census of India, the majority of the population in Sikkim identifies as Hindu, with approximately 57.8% of the population following this religion. Buddhism is also a major religion in Sikkim, with approximately 28.9% of the population identifying as Buddhist. Christianity is practiced by approximately 9.8% of the population, while other religions, including Islam and Sikhism, are practiced by small percentages of the population.
Sikkim has a long and rich cultural tradition, and is home to many different ethnic and linguistic groups. The state is known for its beautiful natural surroundings, including the Himalayan mountain range, and is a popular tourist destination. It is also an important center for agriculture and forestry, with a thriving agricultural and forestry sector.