Jharkhand is a state in eastern India. It is bound by West Bengal in the east, Uttar Pradesh and Chhattisgarh in the west, Bihar in the north and Odisha in the south. Its area is 79,714 sq. km .Ranchi is the capital of Jharkhand.
Famous personality in Jharkhand
Historical Places in Jharkhand
Teliagarhi Fort : Teliagarhi fort was built by a Teli zamindar who converted to Islam during the rule of Shah Jahan. Maa Raksisthan temple was built near the fort in 1819.
Bhagwa Kuan : The Bhagwa Kuan is a very old well.This is said to be the God's Tank, where the Hindu Lords used to bathe in ancient times.
Baradari : It was built in a mughal style in 1876 by Rajinder singh. Baradari gardens are in the north of Patiala city. Baradari palace was a residence of Emperor Rajinder Singh. He brought rare species of trees and flowers from different places and planted them in this garden.
Cultural : The state is a blend of various tribal cultures, people are influenced by Buddhism and Jainism, the Mughals and Hindu kings. The culture of the people depends on the community to which they belong, which influences there living style, rituals, dance, music, language, and literature
Festival : Sarhul is celebrated during spring season and the Saal trees get new flowers on their branches. Karam. The Karam festival is a worship of Karam devta, the god of power, youth and youthfulness. Jawa. Tusu Parab or Makar. Hal Punhya. Bhagta Parab. Rohini. Bandna. Moreover another festivals of Jharkhand is the Diwali. Ramnavami. Dussehra. Basant Panchami. Chhath Puja. Jitiya Bhaiya Dooj. Eid-ul-Fitr.
Language. Hindi is the official language in Jharkhand and is spoken by the people of the state, although different regions have their own languages. These include Nagpuri, Khortha, Kurmali, Magahi and Bhojpuri
By Air: The air network is not very developed in Jharkahnd. There are 4 domestic airports but only have few flights. Birsa Munda Airport is a public domestic airport serving the city of Ranchi, Jharkhand. It is connected by a flight to Mumbai via Delhi
By Rail: Direct trains are there from Delhi, Calcutta, Chennai, and Patna. Trains from Mumbai pass through Jamshedpur, which is just 140 km from Ranchi. Bokaro, Ranchi, Dhanbad, Tata, Gomo are main railway station in Jharkhand. The Howrah-Delhi main and Grand Chord lines cut across the northern part of the state. The Howrah-Mumbai lines goes via Jamshedpur in the southern part of state. The Barkakhana-Sonenagar and other links on the western side are gaining in importance.
By Road: Ranchi is situated at the junction of National Highways 23 and 33. Good network of road connects various places of the states with each other and rest of the country. State transport and private buses work within the state and also to neighboring states like Bihar and West Bengal.
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