Jharkhand is a state located in eastern India, formed in the year 2000 from the southern districts of Bihar. The state is known for its rich mineral resources, diverse culture, and beautiful landscapes.

Jharkhand is home to several national parks and wildlife sanctuaries, including the Betla National Park and Palamau Tiger Reserve, which are known for their tigers and other wildlife. The state is also known for its tribal communities, who have their own unique customs, traditions, and art forms.

Kauleshhwari mother temple
Bhadrakali Mandir
Chutonath Mandir
Jai Maa Garhdevi Mandir
Birsa Munda Park
Jawaharlal Nehru Biological Park
Garga Dam
Jagannath temple
City Park
Ayyappa Temple
Gayatri Mandir
Kali Temple
Amrut Park
Baba Baidyanath Temple
Naulakha Temple
Hathi Pahar