The beautiful state of Jharkhand is set in the picturesque Chhotanagpur Plateau in eastern India. Carved out of Bihar, the state came in to existence on 15 November 2000. Jharkhand shares its borders with Bihar in the North, Chhattisgarh in the West, Orissa in the South and West Bengal in the East. Surrounded by lush green hills, Jharkhand is renowned for its rich mineral wealth, untouched beauty of the wooded forest, amazing wild life, and magnificent waterfalls. The rich and diverse culture and breathtaking scenic splendour of Jharkhand draw large number of tourists every year.
Tourism in Jharkhand contributes a major share in the economy of Jharkhand. With the coming of the foreigners in India, tourism of Jharkhand has grown by leaps and bounds. Jharkhand is known to possess diverse physical features like hills and forests within the territory. These hills and forests, along with the holy shrines, museums, wildlife sanctuaries, etc. largely contribute towards Jharkhand tourism.
The territory of Jharkhand possesses a wide range of tourist’s sites that attracts tourists from the different parts of the world to come to the territory of Jharkhand. Among the major sites that contribute towards tourism at Jharkhand.