You will visit some spots in India’s Jharkhand tour

Jharkhand is a state rich in culture and history. It is also popularly known as ‘Land of Forest’ or ‘forest area’. Etymologically it means ‘forest of scrubland’.

Apart from this, the biodiversity of the state is also quite rich. Now let’s take a look at what attractions are waiting for tourists in Jharkhand-

Betla National Park

Betla National Park is one of India’s first national parks for tiger conservation. Betla has a rich wildlife that may not be considered as such. Betla National Park is home to tigers, leopards, chitals, bears, bison, rat species of deer etc.

Betla is actually a trademark of bison, elephant, tiger, leopard and chitra deer. If you have time after watching the wild life you can visit Palamu Fort. This old fort was built by the kings of Raksel dynasty. Its distance from Betla is only three kilometers.


Jamshedpur is well known as ‘The Steel City of India’. The hometown of the famous Tata Steel is the largest city in Jharkhand. The old town was founded in 1919, planned by Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata.

While visiting Jamshedpur you can visit Jubilee Park, Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary, Dimna Lake, Tata Steel Zoological Park, The Jamshedpur Marine Drive etc.


Netarhat is a scenic hill station in Latehar district of Jharkhand. Many people fondly call this beautiful hill station the ‘Queen of Little Nagpur’. After the monsoon rains, the entire area of ​​Netarhat turns into the green shade of Sal, Mahua and Kendu trees.

The place is really worth visiting. Netarhat is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the entire state. Jharkhand’s longest and India’s 21st Lodh Falls is located near Netarhat.

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Hazaribagh literally means city of thousand gardens. If hearing this name you thought the city would be quite beautiful then Hazaribagh will not disappoint you. The city is made up of hills, dense green forests and many waterfalls.

And all this makes it an ideal destination for nature lovers. Notable places of interest in Hazaribagh are Canary Hill, Hazaribagh Wildlife Sanctuary, Isco Village (for rock art), Konar Dam (on the Konar River), Hazaribagh Jheel (lake), Suryakund etc.

Rajmahal hill

You will be surprised to hear that Rajmahal Hill is from the Jurassic period. Which is older than the Himalayas. Rajmahal hills are very popular among those who love trekking. There are many plant fossils in this hill which are 68-145 million years old.


Deoghar is one of the most important pilgrimage destinations in India. One of the 12 Jyotirlinga temples is the Baidhianath Dham located in Deoghar. Thousands of devotees throng this temple every year for Rudravishek festival. Pilgrims walk throughout the day and carry holy water following religious rituals.

They are known as Kanwariyas. Trikut Pahar, located ten kilometers from Deoghar, is one of the popular tourist destinations in the state of Jharkhand. There is the facility of riding the ropeway to enjoy the wonderful mountain scenery that will make your trip totally worth it.


Ranchi, the capital of Jharkhand, is very different from the capitals of other states in India. It is a wonderful blend of modern and natural world. The city is particularly known for its waterfalls and forests along the Suvarnarekha River.

Many call Ranchi as the ‘City of Waterfalls’. Janha Falls and Dasam Falls are two of the most famous waterfalls in Ranchi.

Source: Times of India