2. Why Jharkhand
Jharkhand has many things to entice tourists; its
evergreen forests, wildlife, lakes, waterfalls, scenic
beauty, health and holiday resorts and a soothing
climate. The new state of Jharkhand carved out of
Bihar is known for its ample greenery and rich
3. About Jharkhand
Jharkhand has a wealth of mining industries and mineral
deposits. The region accounts for 35.5% of India’s known coal
reserves, 90% of its coke coal, bauxite, quartz and ceramic
deposits and 40% of its copper. It is home to the large steel
plants of Bokaro and Jamshedpur. Engineering Companies
such as the HEC & MECON have established a considerable
presence in Ranchi, the capital city.
5. Climate Jharkhand
Jharkhand has a typically tropical climate with hot
wet summers and mild winters. Temperatures can
soar up to 42ºC in the capital city of Ranchi in
summer although it is considered to be a relatively
pleasant city. The monsoon season is July to
September and the state receives an annual rainfall
Local food of Jharkhand includes vegetarian as well as nonvegetarian dishes. The tribes make their own local liquor
called ‘hanria’, which is made of rice and can taste pungent
for first timers!
Litti and Chokha are two special delicacies of Jharkhand.
People include different kinds of pickle in each meal.
The tribal communities of Jharkhand date back 5000
years, according to some historians, proven by the cave
paintings discovered in the region. For all those who are keen to
see the art and craft traditions of Jharkhand, the Tribal
Research Institute and Museum in Ranchi has many interesting
Dance and music make up an integral part of their social
interaction, which is true of most tribal societies all over the
world. "Sarhul" is the most celebrated tribal festival of the
region when they worship the Sal tree with much
dance, music, drinking and camaraderie.
Sarhul is celebrated during spring season and the Shaal trees get new
leaves. It is a worship of the village deity who is considered to be the
protector of the tribes. People sing and dance a lot when the sprouting.
The deities are worshipped with shaal flowers. These shaal flowers
represents the brotherhood and friendship among villagers and Pahan the
priest, distributes shaal flowers to every villager. Then the Prasad is
distributed among villagers. The Prasad is a rice made wine called
It is in essence, a spring festival celebrated during FebruaryMarch, when the Sal trees in the forests around (so dear to the tribals)
sprout fresh new green foliage and burst into flowers which are locally
known as Shalony or Shalai. These flowers are in fact mascots of the
The respective village deities too are worshipped with these flowers. The
flowers are also symbols of friendship and brotherhood, and hence
distributed in each household by the tribal priests.
The Prasad (consecrated and sanctified food) on this occasion is Hadia or
Diang, a highly popular local brew who basic ingredient is stale rice.
Traditional group dance, music and feasting with gay abandon are the
highlights of the festival.
9. Best time and off season to visit
Best time to visit Jharkhand is between October and
February. At this time, the weather is pleasant and ideal for
Jharkhand experiences tropical climate. The summer months
from March to June are hot and wet with May being the
hottest month of the year. Perhaps tourist doesn't prefer to
visit Jharkhand at this time. The temperature during this month
varies between 25°C to 37°C. Summer season is followed by
monsoon season and the state experiences maximum rainfall
from July to September.
During the winter season, from October to February, the
weather is pleasant with temperature varying between a
minimum of 10°C and a maximum of 20°C.
10. Getting There
• Ranchi is the only city of Jharkhand which is connected by a
daily flight to Mumbai via Patna and Delhi. Ranchi is very well
connected by railways to other parts of the country. Direct trains
are there from Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Patna.
• Jamshedpur (Tatanagar) is the other option it is connected by a
daily trains from Mumbai.
12. BY AIR
Mumbai to Ranchi
3hrs 35min via Patna – indigo
3hrs 45 min via Patna – Goair
4hrs 45min via New delhi – Air india
5hrs 40min via Kolkatta – Jet airways
13. BY ROAD
14. TRIP PLAN
Mumbai to Jamshedpur
Jamshedpur to Ranchi
Ranchi to Bokaro
Bokaro to Dhanbad
Dhanbad to Dumka
Dumka to Deogarh
Deogarh to Koderma
Koderma to Hazaribagh
Hazaribagh to Chatra
Chatra to Palamu
Palamu to Ranchi
15. Places to visit in Jamshedpur
DALMA WILD LIFE SANCTUARY
GLIDING AND FLYING CLUBS
TATA STEEL ZOOLOGICAL PARK
16. JUBILEE PARK
Ravana went to Mount Kailash and prayed to Lord Jubilee
Park is Situated in the heart of city, Jubilee Park is a
replica of the famous Brindavan Gardens of Bangalore.
This park is spread in approximately 225 acres, dotted with
flower beds and illuminated fountains to add to the
beautiful decor maintained. Earlier every weekend the
garden used to attract thousands of tourists when the
fountains were illuminated. Recently this practice has been
suspended. However, on the 3rd of March every year
tourists come to watch the spectacular sight. This day
marks the birth anniversary of the founder of Tata empire
Jamshedji Tata. The park was presented by the Steel
Company to the citizens of Jamshedpur in it's Golden
17. JUBILEE PARK
18. JUBILEE PARK
19. JUBILEE PARK
20. JUBILEE PARK
21. JUBILEE PARK
22. DIMNA LAKE
DIMNA LAKE is Surrounded by flora the Dimna
lake is 13 kms from Jamshedpur. This is situated
at the foot of Dalma Hills. It is an ideal picnic.
23. DIMNA LAKE
24. DIMNA LAKE
25. DALMA WILD LIFE SANCTUARY
it is a thick forests spread in some 195 sq. kms.
makes the Dalma Wild Life Sactuary where one can
find elephants, barking deers, sloth
bears, porcupines, leopards, tigers etc. The steep
slopes of Dalma offers excellent trekking
Things worth watching in the Sanctuary are:
3" Tracking route: A tracking route from NH 33 to Dalma
top. The other tracking paths also give one an
Hide out and water holes: Many marvelous water holes
like Chotka Bandh, Shanka Bandha, Bara Bandh etc. are
there. The strong construction of Hide out and watch
tower nearby the water sources gives you a good view of
the wild animals playing in water.
Rest Houses: There are several Forest Rest Houses
that are situated at Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary. From
Pindrabera Rest House one can watch the beautiful lights
of the steel city Jamshedpur at night.
Area: 193.22 sq km (core 35 sq km, buffer 158.22 sq
Altitude: 154m-928m (max)
Temperature: Summer 22oC – 38oC, Winter 5oC – 28oC
Getting there: Drive 16km from Jamshedpur on NH-33
(Ranchi highway) via Pardih Kali Mandir and turn right at
Shaharbeda. Shaharbeda is also accessible via KandraChandil from the Kadma-Adityapur Toll Road; though
slightly longer, the road is much better. At
Shaharbeda, enter through the Dalma Forest Arch, cross
the canal and turn right for the Makulakocha forest
check-post, 4 km from the main road. The Pindrabera
Permits: For overnight stay at the 2-room Pindrabera
FRH, acquire permits from Range Forest Office, Mango
(Opp. Payal Talkies) Jamshedpur or Divisional Forest
Office, Doranda, Ranchi Ph 0651-2480948
Fees: Entry – Adults Rs.2, Children Rs.1, Photography –
Still Camera Rs.50, Video Camera Rs.200, Vehicles –
Rs.20 for 2-wheeler, Rs.60 Tempo, Rs.80
Car/Jeep, Rs.120 Mini Bus, Rs.200 Bus/Truck, Guest
29. DALMA WILD LIFE SANCTUARY
30. DALMA WILD LIFE SANCTUARY
31. DALMA WILD LIFE SANCTUARY
32. DALMA WILD LIFE SANCTUARY
33. HUDCO LAKE
HUDCO LAKE is a nestle in the pictures que and
hilly terrain of Telco Colony, the lake is a delightful
retreat for those desirous of being in nature's- lap'
within the city precincts.
34. HUDCO LAKE
35. GLIDING AND FLYING CLUBS
The Jamshedpur Gliding Club, the Jamshedpur Cooperative Flying Club Ltd. and the Tatanagar Aviation
Pvt. Ltd. offer wide scope for 'extra terrestrial'
sporting activities, such as gliding and flying.
Jamshedpur has facilites for gliding and flying at the
36. TATA STEEL ZOOLOGICAL PARK
A variety of flora and fauna exists in condition close
to their natural habitat at the zoological park.
Situated besides the Jubilee Park, it is a treat for all
the nature lovers. Any one can closely observe the
flourishing nature here without a microscope.
Migratory Birds visiting every year during winters is
equally enchanting for all the bird lovers. The park
also has a beautiful lake, a boathouse and
37. TATA STEEL ZOOLOGICAL PARK
38. Jamshedpur to Ranchi
Gonda hill & Rock garden
Panch Gagh falls
40. Tagore hill
About 3 km. from the main Road Ranchi, the Tagore
Hill is about 300 ft high. As the hill is associated with
a history pertaining to Tagore family, it is known as
Tagore Hill. A number of books are supposed to have
been written by Rabindra Nath Tagore on the top of
the hill. At the foot of the hill are situated the
Ramkrishna Mission Ashram and it's office and
centre of Divyayan and Agrarian Vocational Institute.
Trekking to Tagore hill
41. Tagore hill
42. Hundru falls
Ranchi is nature's bounty to mother India which has
specially been adorned with falls and streams.
Hundru falls is about 28 km. aways from Ranchi
town. The Swarnarekha river falls from a height
of 320 feet making a wonderful scene known as
Hundru falls. During rainy season it takes a
formidable form but in summer it turns into an
exciting picnic spot .
43. Hundru falls
44. Dasham falls
About 40 km. away from Ranchi on Tata Road
falls a village named Taimara near which flows
the Kanchi river, Falling from a height of about
144 feet Kanchi river makes a pretty fall called
Dassam falls known as Dassam Ghagh also
encircled with charming scences. The tourists are
warned not to take bath in the falls or at least be
careful while bathing in the stream.
45. Dasham falls
46. Jonha falls
Jonha is about 40 km. away from Ranchi . The
road leading to Jonha is a bit narrow but so
adventures as well as and arduous as that of
Hundru. There is also a hospice Tourists rest house
which accommodates Lord Gautam Budha's temple.
This falls is named after Gautam as Gautamdhara
too, it is approachable by road. The tourists can go
upto Gautamdhara station by train also.
47. Jonha falls
48. Hirni falls
About 70 km. From Ranchi on way to Chakradharpur
is located Hirni Falls . Having situated amidst dense
forest Hirni has been favoured by nature for scenic
beauties. The tourists are carried away by emotions
and flight of imagination while observing Hirni.
49. Hirni falls
50. Nakshatra Van
Nakshatra Van is situated near Raj Bhawan. It is
constructed in the year 2003 by State Government. It
is a Designed Project in which 27 plants been
planted according to the 27 planets of Astrology
Science. Here the tourist attractions are Musical
Fountain, Medicinal Plants & Natural Beauty of
51. Gonda hill & Rock garden
About 4 km from G.P.O., it Is situated the Gonda Hill
with a water reservoir at its top. At the foot of the hill
is a big lake known as Kanke Dam and a lucrative
place for tourists.
52. Gonda hill & Rock Garden
53. Ranchi lake
Ranchi Lake is centrally situated. It is a few minutes
walk from GPO and is adjacent to Ranchi Telephone
Exchange. The lake taken for beautification is yet to
be beautified conforming to the original concept
envisaged by the Deputy Commissioner, Madan
Mohan Jha. However, the lake has an added
attraction of boating for the visitors.
Boating on Ranchi Lake
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
54. Panch Gagh falls
it is on Ranchi- Chakradharpur Road about 6 kms
from Khunti. This fall consists of five streams which
falls from a good height.
55. RANCHI TO BOKARO
Jawaharlal Nehru Biological Park
57. Garga Dam
Bokaro City is located in picturesque surroundings
on the southern bank of river Damodar with
Garga, one of its tributaries meandering along the
southern and eastern outskirts of the city. On the
north, the city is flanked by the high ranges of the
Parasnath Hills and on the south just beyond the
river Garga, it is enveloped by the Satanpur hillocks.
58. Garga Dam
59. City Park
City Park, Bokaro has a well-maintained City Park
with an artificial lake. Recently three artificial islands
have also been created.This park has a variety of
animals and birds and a modern aquarium is another
attraction located in sector.
60. JAWAHARLAL NEHRU BIOLOGICAL PARK
Jawaharlal Nehru Biological Park is a Biological Park
named after Jawaharlal Nehru with a variety of
animals and birds and a modern aquarium is another
61. JAWAHARLAL NEHRU BIOLOGICAL PARK
62. Bokaro to Dhanbad
64. Maithon Dam
This dam, designed for flood control, has been built on
the Barakar river. It has a unique underground power
station which is first of its kind in SE Asia. Just a
little away from the dam lies an ancient temple at
Kalyaneshwari. The lake at Maithon is spread over an
area of 65 sq. km. There is a rest house on an island in
the lake. Boating and fishing facilities are available.
Close by, a Deer Park and a bird sanctuary are also
situated. Prior permission is required for visiting the
powerhouse. The permits are issued from the office of
the Assistant Public Relations Officer and guide
services are also made available.
65. Maithon Dam
66. Topchanchi lake
Topchanchi Lake (37 km) is situated on national
highway # 2. It is an artificial lake surrounded by
green hills and forests and a wonderful place for
picnics and spending quiet holidays.
67. Panchet dam
This is a census town situated 9 Kms. South of
Chirkunda and about 54 Kms. South east of
Dhanbad. The Panchet Dam, around which the
Township has developed, is located here.
68. Panchet dam
69. Dhanbad to Dumka
71. MASANJORE DAM
Masanjore dam or the Pearson dame on rever
Mayurakshi is a picturesque place on foot hills of
long range of forest clad parallel hill ranges. This
place is basically a hydro electric power
generating center but in the process of time it
has become popular center for the tourist. With
the beautiful garden on the down hill and two
beautiful Dak-bunglows on the bank of the river at
charm to its beauty.
72. MASANJORE DAM
73. TATLOIE KUND
Tatloie is a hot water Spring, situated at a distance of
15 km from the district headquarters of Dumka. It is
rounded by small mounts, beautiful, attractive and
greenish natural atmosphere. The water of spring is
very clear and healthy.
Kumdabad is a very beautiful picnic spot . Just 13
Kms. from the Dumka town , you find a rare view of
natural beauty with small hills ,beside that
smooth flowing river Mayurakshi.
On Dumka-Pakur road , at a distance of around 25
kms. From the main town there is a block of
kathikund. This place with very old
establishment of sericulture and khadi
production is surrounded by range hills and
deep forests with a river passing between the
valleys. This topographical background provides
numerous sites small and big for picnic.
76. HILL RANGE
Running south from pakur to godda.The hill range of
Dumka seen parallel & terminate.
Mangalbhanga hill to the south east of Dumka is
Ramgarh hills further west 2parallel ranges of hills also
stretch in an easterly direction from Masanjor to
Ranibhal. Beside hill ranges some hillocks are also
(i) Lagwa hil at Nonihat under which lies the Tatloi hot
(ii) Hijla hill top.
(iii) Sapchala hill top.
77. HOT SPRINGS
HOT SPRINGS: Tharia Pani- Near Gopi kandar on
Dumka-Pakur Road. 40km from Dumka.
Nunbil max.60km from Dumka-Dumka Jamtara road
Tapat Pani-Left bank of M. river.1.25miles of
Kumrabad.Airodrum road near Dhadakiya.
max.10km from Dumka.
Susum Pani-Close to village baghmara on the
opposite bank of Mayurakshi river
78. Dumka to Deogarh
Situated on the eastern front of Deoghar about 9
kms from the city is a famous place of "Pahari
Mandirs" where are a number of caves and it was
a meditation place for the rishis and munis for a
long time. Thus it came to be known as Tapovan.
82. Trikuti hill
It is situated 13 km away from Deoghar on the way
to Dumka. There are three main peaks on the hill
which is why it is called Trikutachal. The height of
this hill is 2,470 feet (750 m). There is also a temple
of Shiva at this place known as Trikutachal
Mahadeva Temple. It is the mouth of river
Mayurakshi. Here we also find an altar of the
goddess of Trishuli. It is an attractive place with a
cool stream flowing.
83. Trikuti hill
84. Nandan hills
It's a beautiful hill and lies on the western side of
Deoghar-the whole town and its surroundings is
visible from here. For the tourists there are various
arrangements like train, Russian swing, Boating
club, restaurants, etc, together with a big statue of
'Nandi' - all these attract numerous visitors to this
85. Nandan hills
86. Deogarh to Koderma
Urwan tourist complex
Satagawan petro falls (petro falls)
88. Urwan tourist complex
Few kilometres from the Tilaiya dam is Jharkhand
State tourism Development's Tourist Complex at
'Urwan', where one can consider spending time by
the side of the dam, where one can enjoy boating
and other water sports. Interested tourists can
follow the main road and drive to Hari Har Dham at
Bagodar which is famous for the 52 feet high Shiv
Ling which took 30 years to complete and is
believed to be the tallest in the world.
89. Satagawan petro falls
It is one of such places situated in the lap of nature.
Surrounded by hills, it has petro-falls in the dense
forest. It is considered to be more attractive than the
fall of kakolat in Bihar. One can go to petro falls from
Fatehpur more on NH 31 and between Rajouli &
Nawada, passing through
Akbarpur, Govindpur, blocks of Nawada district. The
approach is difficult
90. Makamaro hills
The Makamaro hill near Dhab also has some
religious relevance. It is beleived that Parsuram had
killed his mother and three brothers here on
instruction of his father.
93. HAZARIBAGH WILDLIFE SANCTURY
For the eco-tourist, nature lover and wildlife
enthusiast, hills, deep nullahs, thick tropical
woodlands, grassy meadows. 'Sal' is the dominant
tree spices. Wild bear, sambhar, nilgai, chital and
kakar are populous. Sloth bears, tigers and panthers
also prowl. The ten observation towers in the
sanctuary make it all the more easier to have a
closer encounter with wild life.
94. HAZARIBAGH WILDLIFE SANCTURY
95. Canary hills
Close to the town lies the Canary Hill which has a
well-laid out park and is studded with three small
lakes. It has an observation tower. From the top of
the hill one can have a panoramic view of the town.
96. Canary hills
97. Telaiya dam
Telaiya Dam (52km): It is the first dam and hydro
-electric power station constructed by Damodar
Valley Corporation across Barakar river in
Hazaribag district. It is 1,200 ft. long and 99 ft.
high. It is situated in an ideal surrounding with a
reservoir stretching in 36 sq. kms. The main
objective is to control floods. The hydro -electric
station produces 4,000 kilowatt of power. The
beautiful natural surroundings and the drive from
Barhi on GT road to the dam site through reservoir
and the picturesque hillocks are the attraction to the
motorists and the tourists. There is another dam at
Konar, which is 51 km from Hazaribagh.
98. Telaiya dam
99. Telaiya dam
100. Hazaribagh to Chatra
102. KOLHUA HILL
Kolhua hill lies about 6 miles south east of
Hunterganj. At hunterganj one has to cross the lilangen
river which is now bridged and jeep or walk through the
uneven track to the foot of hill. The height of the hill is
1,575 feet and from the top one can find an excellent
view. The top of the hill is quite distinctive and is known
as " Akash Lochan"(Sky Eye). There are some ancient
temples, the most important of which is a temple of '
Kali' known as 'Kauleshwari Devi'.
103. KUNDA CAVE
Kunda Cave:- The ruins of old Kunda palace are still found
at a distance of about three- four miles from the present
Kunda Village. The place might have been created either
towards the end of 17th or beginning of the 18th century
AD. The walls are still standing though in a very much
dilapidated condition, Still attracting a large number of
visitors from out side. But the main centre of attraction for
the illiterate public of places far and near is a Cave situated
at a distance of about half a mile from the remains of the old
Palace probably dug shortly after the building of the Palace.
A narrow path runs downwards from the southern portion of
the palace and leads to the cave. A shallow stream , which
can be crossed without letting the feet touch the water
104. TAMA SIN
It is an attractive beauty spot of Chatra situated on
the north-east at the distance of 26 kms. It is to be
travelled through a 'Katcha' fair weather road via
village Kolhaiya,.There is a big reservoir of water at
foot. It is famous for the image of Goddess Bhagwati.
Here one can enjoy the scenic beauty of the gorgeous
water fall forgetting the worries of life. Tamasin has a
break up of 'tamasin' which means 'darkness prevails '.
This area is full of mixed forest having high trees
making the area dark even in the daylight .Tamasin is
mainly famous for a very beautiful waterfall which is
awaiting the due love of the tourists.
105. BICHKILIYA FALL
It is 'Dah' or water reservoir on the bank of river
Niranjana(Lilajan) at the distance of 11 kms from
Chatra in west. The road up to 5 kms is
motorable and the rest 6 kms. is a foot track. It is
lovely to look at the water fall foaming snow-white
showers with musical tone inviting the lover of nature
to have solace in the lap of nature. Due to
inaccessibility this nice picnic spot has become
106. DUARI FALL
It is also known as Balbal Duari situated at the distance
of 35 kms in the East of Chatra district on Gidhaur Katkam Sandi Road. It can be reached from
Hazaribagh also. The road is motor able and one
can visit this directly form Chatra. During rainy
season it is difficult to travel but it is pleasant in
winter and summer. There is a hot spring in the bed of
river Balbal near the village i.e. Duari. The water is
supposed to have curative effect on skin diseases.
As in Rajgir here people flock to have hot bath for
obtaining remedial effect .In the same way on MakarSankranti people gather here in a large number to have
a holy dip. The sight is also charming & delightful.
107. DUARI FALL
108. GOA FALL
It is a beautiful water fall at the distance of 6 kms.
on the west of Chatra on way to Maloodah. Up to
4.5 kms. it can be reached by jeep and the rest
1.5 kms can be tracked on foot. The water falls
in the reservoir from the height of 30 ft. On all
the three sides there are rocks and in middle there
is a reservoir On each Monday during the month of
Shrawan (rains) people flock here in
multitudes, take a dip and enjoy jumping in the fall.
It is the nearest picnic spot of Chatra District.
109. DUMER SUMER
It is also another important beauty spot of
Chatra situated on the North at the distance of
12 kms. of which 10 kms. can be covered by
vehicle and the rest two kms is a foot track.
The road is Katcha.
It looks nice to see the water fall from such a
height. It appears as if the spring is dashing
against the rocky walls fomenting white rays. One
feels as if he is enjoying shower bath under the
sun. Nights are lull with magical effect.
110. KHAYA BANAROO
This notable picnic spot of Chatra is about 10 kms.
from the district headquarters on the south-west
of the town. One can travel by 8 kms of metalled
road on Chatra - Chandwa Road and 2 kms. by fair
- weather motorable road, the rest 2 kms. can be
travelled on foot.
The woods are lovely, dark and deep. The scenery
is resplendent in all its exquisitely green sylvan
beauty. The dancing waves of the stream, foam at
places, producing a gurgling sound is sure to
attract the tourists since the whole valley appears
to be echoing with the sound," O listen for the
vales profound !".
111. Chatra to Palamu
BETLA NATIONAL PARK
PALAMU TIGER RESERVE
UPPER GHAGHRI WATER FALLS
LOWER GHAGHRI WATER FALLS
113. BETLA NATIONAL PARK
Betla is most important tourist place of Jharkhand
having luxuriant Sal and miscellaneous trees and
bamboo forests. 226 sq. km. Of Betla forest has been
declared as Betla National Park and 753 sq. km. Of
forest has been declared as Palamu Sanctuary. The
forest starts from Kechki and extended up to Neterhat.
The forest has 970 species of identified plants, 174
species of birds, 39 species of Mammals, 180 species
of Medicinal plants, besides reptiles and other
The main wild animals found are:Tiger, Leopard, Elephant, India Gaur
(Bison), Chitalor, Sambher, wild boar. There are two
elephants are available at Betla for tourist to get
114. BETLA NATIONAL PARK
115. PALAMU TIGER RESERVE
Palamu Tiger Reserve is very rich in biodiversity and
various wild life species have been included in Red
data book of the I.U.C.N. (International union for
Conservation of nature and neutral resources) and
the appendices of C.I.T.E.S. (Convention on
International trade in Endangered species of flora
116. PALAMU TIGER RESERVE
117. UPPER GHAGHRI WATER FALLS
4 kms from Netarhat and a unique picnic spot. Inside
a beautiful valley the over flown water o Netarhat
Dam makes a very loving small waterfall.
118. UPPER GHAGHRI WATER FALLS
119. LOWER GHAGHRI WATER FALLS
Situated at a distance of 10 kms from Netarhat in
lush green and pass through the forests of a
poet's imagination-deep, dense and delighting.
On reaching there witness the stunning fall of
water deep down to about 320 feet making a
majestic waterfall. The forest is so dense that even
sunrays find difficult to pierce through it. Forest a
place of scenic beauty and picnic spot.
120. LOWER GHAGHRI WATER FALLS
121. LODH FALLS
About 60 kms away from Netarhat deep in to the
forests the river Burha makes a fantastic and
majestic water fall of about 468 feet height
claiming to be the highest waterfall of Jharkhand.
The thundering sound of the fall is audible even 10
kms from it.
122. LODH FALLS
123. end of the journey
Plan A – Palamu to Ranchi
We get flights and very rare trains which takes a lot
of time to reach Mumbai.
Plan B – Palamu to Rourkela
We won’t get flights from here but we will get 8
choices in train to comeback to mumbai.
124. Plan A - Palamu to Ranchi
125. Train from Ranchi to Mumbai
12812 HTE LTT Super – Friday sat
18609 RNC LTT Exp – Wed (very slow train)
126. Flights from Ranchi to Mumbai
Indigo - 2 hrs 20 min
Air India – 4hrs 35min
Go air - 2hrs 15min
127. Plan B - Palamu to Rourkela
128. Train from Rourkela to Mumbai
12810 HWH MUM MAIL – ALL DAYS 2PM – 5AM
12102 JNANESWARI SUP DL – M, T, THU, FRI 5PM
– 5:45 AM
12152 SAMARSATA EXP – SAT SUN 6AM – 7:30AM
12812 THE LTT SUP – FRI,SAT 12:20PM – 1:35PM
12860 GITANJALI EXP – ALL DAYS 7:48PM – 9:20PM
12870 HWH CSTM EXP – FRI 8:35PM – 11:20PM
15612 KARAMBHOOMI EXP – SAT 8:35PM – 11:35PM