Chungthang is a town in North Sikkim locale in the Indian territory of Sikkim. It is arranged at the intersection of the Lachen and Lachung waterways, which consolidate to shape the Teesta River. Situated at a separation of 95 kilometers from the state capital Gangtok, the Indian Army has a noteworthy forward base with a medicinal focus in Chungthang. It has a normal height of 1,790 meters 5,870 ft.
This stone is adored by buddhists for its hallowed shake known as "Nyedo" favored by Guru Padmasambhava. Around the stone some paddy rice develops, which should be a supernatural occurrence as paddy does not develop in these conditions. Master padmasmabhava delved in his strolling stick at a place where in the end it developed into a tree, which had a stick-molded trunk and leaves underneath the adjusted trunk that resemble the handle of a stick. A blessed water tank was likewise made to show up here by the Guru.