Jamshedpur at a glance:
Coordinates: 22.8046° N, 86.2029° E
Jamshedpur is the most populous urban agglomeration in Jharkhand. Jamshedpur is the headquarters of the East Singhbhum district of Jharkhand.
How to reach Jamshedpur:
By Air :
The nearest airport is Birsa Munda Airport. Cabs are available from there.
By Rail :
Jamshedpur has its own railway station known as Tatanagar Railway Station. Taxi’s are available from the railway station.
By Road :
Jamshedpur is well connected via roadways.
Places to visit in Jamshedpur:
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Situated on the banks of Subarnekha River, Bhatia Park is a beautiful park with extremely wide space and lush greenery. It is highly maintained with well-laid out grass and flower beds and is the perfect place for weekend getaways and evening rejuvenation.
Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary:
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Established in the year 1975, the Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary is situated at an altitude of 3000 feet and is spread over an area of 193 sq kms. An extremely wide variety of the rarest of the species of fauna can be found here, like tigers, leopards, elephants, barking deer etc.
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An artificial lake built by the Tata Industries, the Dimna Lake serves as a water reservoir to the Tata plants and a source of clean drinking water to the residents of the city.
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Hudco Lake was constructed artificially in the beautiful surroundings of the TELCO Colony. It is situated near a park which also houses an artificial waterfall that uses the water of the lake.
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One of the biggest parks in the country, the Jubilee Park is spread on a sprawling campus of 237.75 acres. The park was inaugurated in the year 1956 including lush green landscape, an amusement park, skating ring and a horticulture garden which contains a wide variety of plant species.
Russi Modi Center for Excellence:
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Located just outside of the Jubilee Park, the Russi Modi Center for Excellence houses various professional organizations in Jamshedpur. The building was designed by Hafeez Contractor and is considered to be one of the most beautiful buildings in Jamshedpur.
Tata Steel Zoological Park:
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Located inside the Jubilee Park, the Tata Steel Zoological Park is an unkempt zoo which houses wildlife in its natural habitat. The park gives a respite to people with long and tiring jobs in the city and makes them see and experience nature and wildlife in their most pristine form.
What to Eat in Jamshedpur:
Jamshedpur might not have unique and traditional cuisines in its menu or a vibrant and significant food culture, but it does have numerous options in form of a number of different kinds of restaurants. One will have a number of options from typical Indian cuisine, vegetarian bits of Italian cuisine, Mughlai food, South Indian snacks to a delicious street food and a variety of sweets.