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Kritika Maurya Jul 03 2013

Apart from Jubilee park, what else is there to explore and do in Jamshedpur?

Kshitiz Ahuja Jul 15 2013
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With time, Jamshedpur has started attracting a lot of tourists because of it being close to a beautiful hill and a forest range. It acts like a nodal point for the people travelling to further destinations. Other than the Jubilee Park, there are quite a few other attractions in Jamshedpur to explore. One such attraction is Dimna Lake. It is a manmade reservoir and interestingly serves as one of the main sources for the city’s need of drinking water. All the water sports lovers would be interested to know that the lake also has facilities for water sports such as rowing, jet skiing and water scooting.

A photo of Dimna Lake

There are Dalma Hills which are located north of the Subarnarenkha river, stretching around 16 km from east to west. Very easily accessible by road, Dalma Hills are quite popular for herds of wild elephants and for being a venue to adventure activities such as trekking and mountain climbing.

Other attractions include Tata Steel Zoological Park, which is located in Sankchi and offers a great picnic spot for families. Talking of family picnics, we cannot not mention Rivers Meet, the confluence of rivers Kharkai and Subarnarekha. The point is located at the extreme north-west point of the city where a tribal mela is organised on every 14th of January. The Hudco Lake in Telco City is one of the most beautiful spots in the city which is accentuated by an artifical waterfall and a lake. There is also Sir Dorabji Tata Park located near Keenan Stadium. The park hosts Jamshedpur's annual flower show in the month of December every year.

A photo of Tata Zoological Park

Russy Mody Centre for Excellence (CE) located just outside the Jubilee Park is popular for its interesting structure in the front and for housing the archives of Tata Steel, where people can easily read through documents essaying the history of the steel company and that of the city.

A small town with the name Ghatshila, famous for its mesmerising beauty, is located around 40 km from the city and is definitely worth a visit.

For more, do check out Jamshedpur travel guide page.

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