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The village has the eternal Rhythm of Manders of fascinating tribal culture and tradition. With the approach of the festive season, the place vibrates with performances that bring the tribes together in a colourful collage of dances, rituals and...more
This area is outskirts of Jamshedpur , This place is very hot and Humid so we couldn't go out much and explore things during daytime but there are some guesthouses here who have A/C rooms . We even tried Their local cusine which was really...More
Awesome place for a weekend trip from Kolkatta , although is not well known destination in Tourism Circuit . One who loves nature & Santotali culture must visit this place. Mr. Amtava Ghosh (09060067093) & Ms. Devla Murmu (09060067092) made our trip awesome .
This place is worth every bit if you appreciate local culture and nature as well. The stay here was very relaxing, away from the hustle of the city. Although we visited at a very humid time of the year, the night was pretty cool. The...More
This is a lovely, quiet place on the hills of Dhalbhumgarh, Jharkhand, near the Bengal-Jharkhand border. The cottages are spacious and the compound offers a lot of open space and greeneries. Those interested in tribal art can interact with local patachitra (scroll paintings) artist-singers. We...More
I had the pleasure of visiting this attraction during the recently concluded Makar Sankranti (Tussu Festival).
Situated at a distance of 65km from Jamshedpur, Amadubi is blessed with an untold history of the artists, the home of the Pyatkar scroll painters. It may be a...More
Limited resources notwithstanding, the Village Tourism Development Committee has managed to garner success in the hospitality sector by organising cultural programmes and sightseeing tours to the Dalbhumgarh airstrip, Narsinghgarh Fort, Rankini Mandir, Dasbhuj Mandir, Kotwal temple and Saal forests.