Chhinnamasta Temple

Chhinnamasta temple is situated in Rajrappa, Ramgarh district, Jharkhand. Chhinnamasta temple is known as Chinnamastika temple and Rajrappa temple and also dedicated to Goddess Shakti. Chhinnamasta temple is considered as one of the Shakti Peetha temple. The Shakti Peetha is a place of worship to goddess Shakti also called goddess Sati, the main deity. Goddess Sati is the embodiment of Goddess Parvati, goddess of harmony and Goddess Durga, goddess of strength and goddess Mahakali, goddess of destruction of evil.

It is said that the four major Shakti Peethas are created from the limbs of Goddess Sati‘s corpse. The mythology says that Lord Shiva had a dance of destruction (Rudra Tandava) carrying half burnt body of goddess Sati after goddess Sati’s self-immolation. To stop the dance of destruction performed by Lord Shiva, Lord Vishnu threw His Chakra (Sudharshan Chakra) on Goddess Sati’s body which dismembered Her body into 52 parts. Each body part or ornament of Goddess Sati that fell on different places of the earth, and is the places where the Adi Shakti temples are built.

Chandil Dam

Chandil Dam standing on the Subarnarekha River is a place of scenic beauty. This dam is one of the most visited places of jharkhand. The museum located close to the Chandil dam has scripts written on rocks,which are 2000 years old.

The multi-purpose Chandil dam was built across the meeting place of both the rivers. The dam is 220 meter in height and the height of its water level is 190 meter from different places tourists coming from different parts of the country enjoy boating and the natural beauty in and around the dam. Chandil is famous for its importance in the field of tourism. The River Swarnarekha flows through this region. The Karkori River originating from the Hundru falls mingles with the Swarnarekha River here at Chandil.

Subarnarekha River

Subarnarekha River is also referred as the Swarnarekha River and it flows through various Indian states of Odisha, West Bengal and Jharkhand. According to the tradition, gold has been mined near the origin of this river in a village named as Piska near Ranchi. This is one of the prime reasons that Subarnarekha was referred to the Gold Streak. There are numerous legends which states that gold particles are present in sandy beds. Moreover, its name is also the combination of 2 main words referring to line/streak and gold in the Indian languages.

Jadugora

Rankini Temple is a famous temple located on the road side of state highway connecting Jadugoda to Tiring and it is just 2km from Jadugoda market square. This temple is dedicated to Maa Rankini. Large numbers of devotees can be seen at this temple from nearby places including Jamshedpur city. According to a legend, a local tribal spotted a tribal girl taking the form of Devi to kill a demon. When he tried to follow the girl she disappeared into the woods. In the same night Devi appeared in his dreams and directed him to build a temple at the same place.

Jubilee Park

The Jubilee Park is located in the steel city, Jamshedpur. It is a popular destination for all those who wish to have an outdoor picnic, enjoy some outdoor activities and games or even just to have a relaxing day out with friends and family. Popular amongst joggers and cyclists, it is a gigantic park, spanning about 225 acres of land in the center of the city. Within, it has a lake, amusement park, recreation center, fountains and a zoo, amongst other attractions, making it a great place for some fun for people of all ages.

Ratmohona

If one follows the trail on the river bank, one ends up on top of the picturesque Ratmohana hill. This hill provides a glorified view of breathtaking sunsets and sunrises every day.  The path to the hill is bordered with sal and amla tree on either side, presenting a kind of welcome arch to the visitors. This hillock is just down the river bank from Gourikunj. Ratmohona, this is really the most beautiful place at Ghatsila.

Duarsini & Satgurum

Situated in the border region of West Bengal and Jharkhand, Duarsini is surrounded by small hills and forests inhabited by tribal people. Here you’ll find teak, sal, mahua and pial trees making Duarsini a perfect weekend getaway! If you are looking to spend your weekend amidst nature, Duarsini can be an ideal stopover.

Snatch the chance to mix with nature in Duarsini, where you will discover little peaks secured with woods. Here you see an assortment of trees like Shal, Teak, Mahua, Pial, Kusum, and Bahera. The excellence of the mountain stream Satgudum prompting the tribal towns will captivate you. The experience sitting tight for you in the backwoods will most likely make your weekend worth spending in Duarsini.

Dalma Hills

Located at the distance of 13 kms from the main city of Jamshedpur, Dalma hill is the famous tourist hotspot lies in the Jharkhand state of India. The exotic ranges of Dalma hill is situated at a height of 3000 feet above sea level. The destination is known for rich forest reserve, Asiatic elephants and a wildlife sanctuary. There is Subarnarekha River that swiftly flows through the Dalma Hills.

Accessible by road and adjacent to the town of Purulia, Dalma hills are also famous for the adventurous activities such as trekking and mount climbing experience. Other than that, the hills surrounded with the enchanting natural environment and the most pleasing atmosphere. Tourists will have great rejuvenating time at this beautiful place. The more you get to know of this place, the more you will fell in love with it. Dalma hills travel and tourism offers the best way of travelling to this wonderful place.

Dassam Falls

Dassam is a changed form of word Da:song which means in mundari language the act of pouring water. Da: means water and song means pouring or measuring. The water fall resembles like somebody is pouring water so the name was Da:song earlier but afterwards the name was changed to Dassam. Since the people there speakes munda language, till now they says Da:song The Dassam Falls is a natural cascade across the Kanchi River, a tributary of the Subarnarekha River. The water falls from a height of 144 ft. The sound of water echoes all around the place. Dassam Falls at one of the edges of the Ranchi plateau is one of the many scarp falls in the region. The Dassam Falls is an example of a nick point caused by rejuvenation. Knick point, also called a nick point or simply nick, represents breaks in slopes in the longitudinal profile of a river caused by rejuvenation. The break in channel gradient allows water to fall vertically giving rise to a waterfall. The water of the Dassam Falls is very clean and clear. It is natural for a tourist to be enticed to enter the water for a bath or swim but tourists are warned not to do so because of the current that is generated.