Created in 2005, Jharkhand graces the eastern part of india. The state is known as the ‘land of forests’ it borders UP, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Odisha and West Bengal. Jharkhand is hugely underrated when it comes to tourism. It is blessed with cascading waterfalls, lush greenery, pleasant weather and holy shrines. Jharkhand can be best described as a melting pot of various cultures and traditions that have been living peacefully together in harmony.
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Q.What is Jharkhand famous for?
A. Jharkhand is famous for deoghar, parasnath temple, baidyanath temple, betla national park, waterfalls etc.
Q.When is the best time to visit Jharkhand?
A. Post monsoon and pre summer months are the best time to visit Jharkhand. This means the months of September to March.
Q.What are some famous foods in Jharkhand?
A. Some famous cuisines of Jharkahnd are: dhuska, koinar saag, grenn saag, pitha, litti chokha, kudurum ki chutney.
Q.What souvenirs can I buy from Jharkhand?
A. Here are some souvenirs to buy from Jharkhand: Paitkar paintings, terracotta crafts, stone crafts, bamboo crafts, tribal jewellery, jadupatua paintings.
Q.Name some famous temples in Jharkhand?
A. These are the famous Jharkhand temples: Deori temple, Jagannath temple, sun temple, rajrappa temple, shikharji temple.