Interesting places to Visit in Jamshedpur

  • Jamshedpur

Jamshedpur is a large city set between the Subarnarekha and Kharkai rivers in the east Indian state of Jharkhand. It’s known for huge, tree-lined Jubilee Park, where the Tata Steel Zoological Park has resident species including tigers and leopards.

Places to visit in Jamshedpur:

Dimna Lake

The Dimna lake is an ideal picnic spot and is situated 13km from Jamshedpur. It is an artificial lake in Mirzadih Panchayat of Patamda Block . Dimna lake is surrounded by variety of flora, and can be reached after a beautiful hilly drive. It is situated at the foot hill of Dalma hills.

Jubilee Park

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.

Rivers Meet

The place where the two most important rivers of Jamshedpur, the Subarnarekha river and the Kharkai river meet is a popular picnic spot in Jamshedpur. It is known as Rivers Meet or Domohani. It is located at the North West region of Jamshedpur. This place is a beautiful spot which lot of scenic surroundings. There are many tall Eucalyptus trees and fascinating greeneries and flowers on the banks of the River’s meet.

Sir Dorabji Tata Park

Named after the eldest son of Jamshedji Nusserwanji Tata, Shri Dorabji, this park is located close to the Keenan Stadium in Jamshedpur city. The features which make the park a favorite place among the tourists include lot of greenery, impeccable maintenance, mesmerizing flowers and illuminated fountains. The annual flower show which takes place in the city makes it popular among tourists. 

Bhuvaneshwari Temple

The famous Bhuvaneshwari Temple of Jamshedpur is an excellent place to visit if someone is looking for spiritual concentration, meditation and rejuvenation. Situated at about 500 ft high in Jamshedpur, at a pristine location in the backdrop of a meandering stream, this temple appears to be a perfect abode of Maa Bhuvaneshwari, a form of Goddess Devi. 

Hudco Lake 

Being located in a beautiful hilly landscape and close to Sumant Mulgaonkar, a fascinating garden in the hilly terrains, HUDCO Lake is a popular picnic destination among locals and tourists. The Sumant Mulgaonkar park also has an artificial waterfall that uses the water from the HUDCO Lake. The lush greenery around the lakes makes the whole area nature friendly and an ideal place for evening enjoyments and weekend vacations.

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