Jamshedpur is the largest city in Jharkhand and is majorly maintained by the Tata Industries
Jamshedpur is the largest city in Jharkhand and is majorly maintained by the Tata Industries. The prosperity of the city and its people is clearly reflected in the sparkle of industry and infrastructure.
Dimna Lake is an artificial lake in the Steel City of Jamshedpur, it is located at the foothills of the Dalma mountain range and is famous for its serenity and pleasant greenery. It is close to the Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary and is situated at a distance of 13 km away from the Jamshedpur city area. The lake is a well-known picnic spot for its clear water and scenic surroundings. There is scope for mini treks into the hills, and water activities such as boating, rowing, and jet skiing among many others.
It is also used as a reservoir to store and provide water for the steel plant, along with being the primary source of water for the city.
The Jubilee Park, located in the steel city, Jamshedpur is a gigantic park, spanning about 225 acres of land in the center of the city. It has a lake, amusement park, recreation center, fountains and a zoo within it.
As was opened to the public in 1958, on the occasion of the city's golden jubilee, the 50th anniversary of establishment it is named as Jubilee Park. This park was originally a gift, to the town of Tatanagar from the TATA Steel Company. This park also shows off a statue of Mr. Tata and is also known as the 'Mughal Gardens of Jamshedpur'.
Tata Steel Zoological Park is an unkempt zoo, located inside the Jubilee Park which houses wildlife in its natural habitat. There is a safari park in the zoo, in which the tourists can take a ride through the zoo and witness the wild animals in their natural habitat. The Jayanti Sarovar is located nearby, which provides various boating and water-sports activities to the tourists.
Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary is famous for its forest tourism that is established in 1975 and inaugurated by Sanjay Gandhi. The Dalma forest is home to a horde of animals, birds and tree species as well. 'Dalma Haathi' or the 'Elephants of Dalma' is a known and quite fearful term in the Jamshedpur-Puruliya region. Many elephants migrate to this forest every year adding to the crowd, and sometimes they come out into the local villages and suburbs.
Hudco Lake is an artificial lack that was constructed in the beautiful surroundings of the TELCO Colony. It is situated near a park which also houses an artificial waterfall that uses the water of the lake. The lake and park complex are located on a beautiful hillock and it provides a panoramic view of the entire city. This is an ideal spot for picnics and evening amusements.
The Russi Modi Centre for Excellence is located just outside of the Jubilee Park that houses various professional organizations in Jamshedpur. It is considered to be one of the most beautiful buildings in Jamshedpur that houses archives of Tata Steel, a brilliant representation of its journey to being one of the biggest and most successful industries in the world.