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MAYFAIR Spa Resort & Casino, Gangtok
North Sikkim
Lower Samdur Block, Ranipool, Gangtok, Sikkim 737135 , Lower Samdur Block
2.5

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Lemon Tree Hotel
East Sikkim
Middle Sichey, Near District Court Gangtok, Sikkim - 737101 , Near District Court Gangtok
2.5

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Magpie Pachhu Village Resort
East Sikkim
Chumbong Village, Pelling, Sikkim 737113 , Chumbong Village, Pelling, Sikkim
2.5

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The Royal Plaza
East Sikkim
Upper Syari, Deorali, Gangtok, Sikkim 737102 , Upper Syari
2.5

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Denzong Shangrila Hotel & Spa
East Sikkim
Jeewan Theeng Marg, Development Area, Gangtok, Sikkim 737101 , Jeewan Theeng Marg, Development Area
2.5

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Udaan Hotels | Woodberry Hotel & Spa
East Sikkim
Near Swastik Gate, Upper Burtuk, Gangtok, Sikkim 737101 , Near Swastik Gate
2.5

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Summit Denzong Hotel & Spa, Gangtok
East Sikkim
Near Power Department Office, Kazi Road, Gangtok, Sikkim -737101 , Near Power Department Office
2.5

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Hotel New Orchid & Spa
East Sikkim
Jeewan Theeng Marg, Sungava, Gangtok, Sikkim 737101 , Jeewan Theeng Marg
2.5

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The Golden Crest Hotel
East Sikkim
NH10, Amdo Golai, Deorali Bazar, Gangtok, Sikkim 737102 , NH10, Amdo Golai
2.5

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Netuk House
East Sikkim
Tibet Rd, P.O, Gangtok, Sikkim 737101 , Tibet Rd
2.5

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The Elgin Nor-Khill
East Sikkim
Paljor Stadium Rd, Upper Sichey, Arithang, Gangtok, Sikkim 737101 , Paljor Stadium Rd
2.5

Books, Music and Video
Rachna Books
East Sikkim
Jeewan Theeng Marg, Upper Sichey, Development Area, Gangtok, Sikkim 737101 , Upper Sichey, Development Area
2.5

Jewellery
Z&C Jewelers
East Sikkim
MG Marg, Arithang, Gangtok, Sikkim 737101 , MG Marg
2.5

School
St. Francis' School
South Sikkim
Circular Rd, Jorethang, Sikkim 737121 , Circular Rd
2.5

School
Greendale Senior Secondary School
East Sikkim
Lingding Road, Upper Tadong, Tadong, Gangtok, Sikkim 737102 , Lingding Road, Upper Tadong
2.5

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St. Francis' School is a minority Christian School, established and administered by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Darjeeling /Sikkim. The School is under the religious jurisdiction of the Roman Catholic Bishop of Darjeeling /Sikkim who is also the President of the Governing Body. St. Francis' School, Jorethang is a co-educational school which conducts classes from Lower Kinder Garten to class X and is affiliated to the Council of the Indian School Certificate Examinations, New Delhi. The school is recognized by the Department of Education the Human Resource Department, Govt. of Sikkim. The school is situated in the town of Jorethang in South Sikkim. The school was established in 1979 and has been growing since its inception. "Light of the world" being the motto of the school, the school curriculum is designed to enlighten every child who enters in the portals of the school. The school caters to the education of the local community around and extends its services to outstanding students. The school seeks to create a spirit designed to encourage growth in the exercise of responsible freedom, respect for human personality, appreciation of values and a heightened awareness of the responsibilities of knowledge, love and service. As part of the training of the students, an endeavour is made to guide the students to choose those recreational, cultural and creative activities which will contribute to their spiritual, mental, moral and physical well being and enable them to become enlightened person and worthy citizens of the country. Following the sprite of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of the school, special emphasis is laid on the love for nature and the environment.
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A Baháʼí school at its simplest would be a school run officially by the Baháʼí institutions in its jurisdiction and may be a local class or set of classes, normally run weekly where children get together to study about Baháʼí teachings, Baháʼí central figures, or Baháʼí administration. Baháʼí topics may be minimized in favor of a general curriculum, often with an internationalist form, with accreditation from a variety of sources. Foremost among them are Green Acre, the "paradigmatic of a Baháʼí institution", was founded in 1894 for exploring religious diversity seeking unity, and the first Baháʼís appearing there in 1901. It came officially under Baháʼí management institutionally from 1916 after several years of promoting Baháʼí ideas under Sarah Farmer.[1][2] As a Baháʼí institution it began to inspire other regional schools in the United States for the religion: first came Bosch Baháʼí School becoming more formally a Baháʼí school in 1927 and another in 1931 at Louhelen Baháʼí School. Prior to 1911 a private school for girls existed in Tehran which was opened by Iranian Baháʼí women.[3] During the Persian Constitutional Revolution situations required the close of the school. The successor Tarbiyat-i Banat (Girls' Education), established in 1911, was the most respected Bahaʼi girls' school. Founded on the efforts of private school for girls by Baháʼís,[3] it was re-opened under the direction of an Iranian Baháʼí boys' school committee and several American Baháʼí female pioneers. Even though it catered to the Iranian Baháʼí community, Tarbiyat attracted children from non-Baháʼí families, as the curriculum was largely secular. Other examples of Baháʼí schools include the Nancy Campbell Collegiate Institute in Canada, the Townshend International School in the Czech Republic, or the New Era High School in India. Baháʼí membership is not required. In Iran, struggles with persecution of Baháʼís have led to the development of a sophisticated University-like institution (such as the Baháʼí Institute for Higher Education). In recent decades a trend to multiply services of the community in neighbourhood children's classes has taken hold in Baháʼí communities at the urging of the Universal House of Justice. This is not meant to replace central schools but to provide spiritual education on a local basis. In some communities this has resulted in the closing of a central "Sunday school", while in others, both approaches are maintained. See Ruhi Institute.