In a visionary move to address the pressing need for housing among the marginalized and vulnerable sections of society, Jharkhand has embarked on a transformative journey with the Abua Awas […]
Jharkhand, often referred to as “The land of forest,” is a state located in eastern India.
It was officially created on November 15, 2000, carving out the southern half of Bihar to form this new state.
Jharkhand is known for its natural beauty, including picturesque waterfalls, such as Hundru Waterfall, and the diverse wildlife found in places like Betla National Park, which is home to elephants and tigers.
The state’s capital, Ranchi, is not only a bustling urban center but also serves as a gateway to Betla National Park.
Additionally, Ranchi boasts the historic Jagannath Temple, dating back to the 17th century, and the Jharkhand War Memorial.
Another notable attraction is Tagore Hill, a monument dedicated to the renowned Nobel Prize-winning author Rabindranath Tagore.