4th Tallest Statue in India – Buddha Park of Ravangla
Ravangla: otherwise called Rawangla or Ravongla – lies among Pelling and Gangtok is a community arranged at an altitude of 7000 ft in South Sikkim area of Sikkim. It is likewise the beginning stage for the trek to Maenam Wildlife Sanctuary.
Buddha Park: The Buddha Park is close Ravangla in the Southern area of Sikkim. It was sanctified on 25 March 2013 by the fourteenth Dalai Lama and highlights a 130-foot high statue of the Buddha as its focal point. The site was picked inside the bigger religious complex of the Rabong Monastery which itself a centuries-old spot of a journey. Adjacent is Ralang Monastery, a key cloister in Tibetan Buddhism and turned into a stop on the ‘Himalayan Buddhist Circuit’. This statue of the Gautam Buddha denotes the event of the 2550th birth commemoration of Gautama Buddha with the joint endeavors of the Sikkim government and its kin. The Buddha Park has a lovely statue of Buddha which is obviously noticeable from every one of the headings of southwest Sikkim. The recreation center zone is flawlessly finished making abundant walkway, gardens, and space for guests to appreciate the quiet surroundings having exhibition hall reflection focus and for Buddhist gathering. These site directions excellent perspectives on the mountains and the otherworldly atmosphere of the area adds to the guest experience.