Jamshedpur, named after the great Indian visionary and industrialist Jamshedji Tata, is located in the Jharkhand state of India. It is also known as the 'Steel City' and stands proudly as the first planned industrial city of the nation. The destination is home to several major companies including Tata Steel and Tata Motors. Besides huge industries, Jamshedpur houses numerous places of tourist interest which travellers love to explore during their trip to Jamshedpur.
Jubilee Park, one of the major local attractions, was built by Tata Steel when Jamshedpur completed its 50 years. Sprawling over 200-acre of land, this park has a lake, a rose garden, a zoo and an amusement park. Some other places to visit in Jamshedpur are Russi Mody Centre of Excellence, Hudco Lake, Sir Dorabji Tata Park and Bhatia Park. Tourists can also explore the Bhuvaneshwari Temple and pay obeisance to the presiding deities. Besides, they can enjoy picnicking at Rivers Meet, a point where Kharkai and Subarnarekha rivers unite.
Other things to do in Jamshedpur include strolling on the curving paths and relishing popular dishes of the region. Shopping enthusiasts can go for shopping at Sanjay Market, Sakchi Bazaar, Bistupur, Kharangajhar and Golmuri. Those who are fond of wildlife can head towards the Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary, which is around 10 km away from the city. It is easily accessible by road and covers an expanse of 195 sq km. Here, visitors can easily spot deer, sloth bears, leopards, porcupines, tigers and various other animals in their natural habitat.