This is the place where the foundation of Indian Steel Industry
was laid in the end of the last century. Late Jamshedji was the
founder of this city who founded Tata Iron and Steel Company at
this site. This city is named after the founder and has two names
Jamshedpur & Tatanagar. It is heavily industrialized but very
clean and modern.
Located on Hata-Musabani road and is about 40 kms from Jamshedpur.
40 kms from Jamshedpur, Copper Mines are located.
64 kms South West of Chaibasa. It is mining centre for Iron ores.
23 miles east of Jamshedpur, Ghatshila is the birth-place of late
Bibhuti Bhushan Bandyapadhaya, a famous writer. Timber industries
are situated here.
This is 200 Acre Park with a mini golf course and a lake.
8 miles from Jamshedpur nestling at the foot of Dalma hills.
The confluence of rivers Kharkai and Suberurekha is located.
North of Subarurenkha
river it stretches from east to west by about 16 kms. It is accessible
by Jeepable road.
4miles of Tromundi has 6 water falls from a height of 50 ft.
42 miles north of Chaibasa on Ranchi - Chaibasa Road.
Accommodation : There is an Inspection Bunglow here.
62 miles from Jamshedpur on Tata - Ranchi Road.
Kolhan Forest, Chaibasa Forest, Saranda Forest, Dalbhum Jungle,
Tatanagar is connected with Calcutta by Vayudoot Flights which in
turn is connected to major cities in India.
Tatanagar (Jamshedpur) is an important railway junction station
on the South Eastern Railway and is connected directly to all the
major cities of India, viz. Calcutta, Bombay, Patna, Ranchi, Puri
Jamshedpur is connected by road with most of the major cities in
India. Regular bus services are available from Jamshedpur to Ranchi
131 kms, Patna, Gaya, Calcutta 252 kms, Hazaribagh etc.
Mini Buses, Taxies, Auto Rickshaws and Cycle Ricksaws are available
in all parts of the town.
Tropical Max 46.7 C, Min 6.1 C.
General Information & Accomdation info on Jamshedpur city of Bihar - India