On one hand, it is
a young state known for its
existing culture which is untouched by
on the other - it is a state offering a
of modern attractions.
The spectrum of attractions extends from eco-tourism, cruises, heritage to mining tourism, adventure, religion and tribal tourism. The state is rich in natural and mineral wealth which makes it industrialized and progressive. Its capital, Ranchi, is known for educational institutes that attract students from other states as well.
Ranchi - city of Waterfalls Temples, Forest, Industry and Dam, Jamshedpur and Bokaro - Steel Cities of Jharkhand, Deogarh - one of Lord Shiva's most sacred places of worship, Saranda, Netarhat, Chota Nagpun Palamau, Hazaribagh, Giridih, Sahebganj, Dhanbad Parasnath - the highest point of the state and a major Jain pilgrimage centre.