The earlier name of Darjeeling was ‘Dorjeling’ and the meaning of ‘Dorje’ is thunderbolt and ‘ling’ is place. Darjeeling was under the kingdom of Sikkim during the British India. They identified Darjeeling as a suitable place for the building of a sanatorium. Dr. Campbell, the then British Superintendent of Darjeeling was the man who introduced cultivation of tea in Darjeeling Himalayan region and it is one of the most popular place for the world famous Darjeeling Tea. It is located at the altitude of 6,800 ft from the sea level and throughout the year the climate is cold. Darjeeling Himalayan Railway (DHR) is declared as UNESCO World Heritage in 1999. This is an ideal hill station of India where one can find various rare experiences of British Colonial Raj of early India along with natural beauty of the Himalayas.