This capital city of Jharkhand is called the City of Waterfalls by many. The best of nature can be seen here. It will captivate you with all your soulfulness. It is often termed as the Manchester of the East. There are many attractions in Ranchi, like, Hundru Falls, Birsa Zoological Park, Dassam Falls, Jonha Falls, Panchgagh Falls, Ranchi Lake, Kanke Dam, Jagannath Temple, Sun Temple and many other attractions.
It is popular being the industrial town as it is the home to the very popular Tata Steel. The city has great lush greenery flourishing with small as well as large scale industries. It is a beautiful eco-friendly city with many attractions to visit like the Dalma Falls, the Russi Modi center of excellence, the Bhatia Park, The Jubilee Park and the Jubilee Lake, The Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary, St. Mary’s Church and others.
Deogarh is a popular city of temples. It is an ancient religious town for the Hindus. Hundreds of followers visit this temple town throughout the year. It looks very beautiful because of its scenic environment. The top attractions in Deogarh are the Basukinath, Baba Baidyanath Temple, Trikuta Hills, Jaisar Children’s Park, Mayurakshi River, Shivganga, Harila Jori, Kundeshwari, Satsanga Ashram, Hathi Pahar and many others.
The coal capital of India is one of the fastest growing city these days. It is located very close to the coal fields and is developing at a great speed. Although the history is unknown, the present development is very fast and can be seen by all. There are many places to see in Dhanbad like the Topchanchi Lake, Panchet Dam, Charak Pathar, Jharia Coal Mines and the Parasnath Temple.
Hazaribagh is a great place especially to explore the flora and fauna. It is named after the thousand gardens that you can find in this city. It is located at a huge height of above 2000 feet. It also has a popular health resort. You can visit many places over here like the Hazaribagh Lake, Canary Hills, Hazaribagh Wildlife Sanctuary, Suraj Kund, Bhadrakali Temple, Konar Dam, Hazaribagh National Park and Urban Haat.