Jharkhand State Day at the International Trade Fair today
Ranchi, November 23: Jharkhand State Day will be celebrated today (November 24) at the India International Trade Fair in New Delhi.
The state pavilion will educate visitors to the show about the falls city and adventure in Jharkhand.
“The state is blessed with abundant biodiversity, a pleasant climate, a rich cultural and historical heritage, religious sites and centuries-old tribal arts, all of which make the state an attractive destination for tourists. . The pavilion will highlight Dimna Lake, Tata Steel Zoological Park, Hudco Lake, splendid forests, diverse wildlife, fascinating waterfalls, exquisite crafts, adventure sports, spectacular lakes, enchanting classical music , folk dances and above all hospitality and love of peace, ”said a source in the public relations department.
The Jharkhand Tourism Department has set up a booth in the Jharkhand Pavilion, on which a good crowd of people are seen.
Jharkhand Tourism Development Corporation director Silky said Ranchi, the capital of Jharkhand, is also known as “City of the Falls”.
“There are four large and five small waterfalls. In which the maximum height of Hundru Falls up to 98 meters and 10 different streams at Dasam Falls make it even more beautiful. Jharkhand state is famous for its religious places like Parshwanath temple, Bhadra Kali temple, Maluti temple, Parasnath temple, Rajrappa temple and Deoghar. Tourists come here to watch the fascinating sunrise and sunset at Netarhat. While elephants can be seen in Betla National Park. Betla National Park is also famous for the Tiger Reserve Park. Jharkhand Tourism has built an adventure park in Patratu near Ranchi where you can have adventures with children, ”said a JTDC official.
Jharkhand, which is quickly emerging as the new favorite destination, is now a popular hub for adventure sports. The verdant forests of Jamshedpur and Giridih make it ideal for jungle safaris, trekking, pedal boating and mountaineering. For rock climbing with panoramic views, Chaibasa and Netarhat, Sikidiri and Dasam in Ramgarh are important. To enjoy exciting water sports, one can visit Kanke Dam, Rukka Dam, Patratu Dam and Dimna Lake for canoeing, kayaking and water skiing. Places like Morabadi, Ranchi, Jamshedpur, Deoghar and Giridih provide the best experience for tourists for the thrilling hot air balloon ride. He said that Jharkhand tourism offers a job of hospitality to people around its dams and waterfalls, which creates good jobs for them.
Jharkhand Pavilion Manager Rajendra Prasad informed that Jharkhand State Day, which is organized to show the state’s folk culture every year, is held on Wednesday, November 24. The Minister of Drinking Water and Sanitation, Mithilesh Kumar Thakur, would be the guest of honor at the ceremony.
Folk artists from Jharkhand will perform on the occasion of State Day.