Jamshedpur, as the burgeoning township was named in 1919 in tribute
to Tata Steel's Founder, is India's first planned industrial city.
It is a model for the harmonious co-existence of industry and environment.
Acres of verdant parks and gardens dot the city and provide bucolic
sanctuaries from the pressures of everyday life.
Over 225 acres of lush green Parks dotted with flower beds and illuminated
fountains, was presented by the Steel Company to the citizens of
Jamshedpur in its Golden Jubilee Year.
TATA STEEL Zoological Park
A variety of fauna exists in conditions close to their natual habitat
at the park. The adjoining lake, Jayanti Sarovar, offers boating
facilities in idyllic scenery.
Sir Dorabji Tata Park
Manicured lawns and flower beds and brilliantly lit fountains provide
a delightful touch of colour to the park.
The scenic confluence of the Kharkhai and Subarnarekha rivers is
located at the north-west tip of the city.
Nestled in the picture and hilly terrain of Telco colony, the lake
is a delightful retreat for those disirous of being in nature's
lap within the city precincts.
Located at a distance of 13 kms from the city limits, at the foot
of the Dalma Hills, its salubrious surrondings are ideal for an
outing or a picnic.
Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary
Lurking in the thick cover of its jungles (193 sq.km) are elephants,
barking deer, sloth bears, porcupines, leopards, tigers, etc. The
steep slopes of Dalma are a trekker's delight.
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