Jharkhand is a state in eastern India. It’s known for its waterfalls, the elegant Jain temples of Parasnath Hill and the elephants and tigers of Betla National Park. The state capital of Ranchi is a gateway to the park. The state comprises of twenty-two districts of the erstwhile Bihar. It features the 17th-century Jagannath Temple, a Hindu shrine and the Jharkhand War Memorial. With an area of 74,677 Sq km, the new state will be bordered by Bihar, Chattisgarh, Orissa, and West Bengal to its north, west, south and east respectively. 35% of the population of former Bihar is in the Jharkhand region. Tagore Hill is a monument honouring Nobel Prize-winning author Rabindranath Tagore. With its huge reserves of forests and natural resources, things can only look up in this predominantly poverty ridden region.


Santhali , Mundari , Kurukh, Khortha, Nagpuria, Sadri, Khariya, Panchparagnia, Ho, Malto, Karmali, Hindi, Urdu, Bangla etc are the languages common in Jharkhand.


Baidyanath Jyotirlinga, Deoghar,Jagannath Temple, Ranchi, Hundru Falls, Ranchi, Bhuvaneshwari Temple, Jamshedpur, Sun Temple, Ranchi, Deori Temple, Ranchi, Maluti Temple, Dumka, Basukinath Temple, Deoghar, Naulakha Mandir, Deoghar, Palamu Fort, Daltonganj, Jubilee Park, Jamshedpur, Shikharji Mountain Peak, Giridih are the famous to visit in Jharkhand.