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Dimna Lake is an artificial lake in Jamshedpur, which is situated at around 13 km from the city. This lake lies at the foot hills of Dalma Mountain ranges. The Dimna Lake is important for the city, as it serves like a water reservoir for the steel plant and the main drinking water source.
This lake is half an hour drive away from the main city and can be visited by a cab or a bus. It is located in the Mirzadih Panchayat of Patamda Block and was constructed by the Tata Steel. Tourists can visit this place in winters between November and February. There are boating and other water sports facilities provided including jet skiing and rowing in this lake.
Jubilee Park encompasses a total area of 237.75 acres. The Moghul Garden of Jubilee Park has been modeled on the lines of the Brindavan Garden of Mysore which displays about thousand rare kinds of roses of different colors and sizes. The most attractive feature of Jubilee Park is the colorful fountains, which is situated at the middle of the Park. The other prominent tourist attractions
within the Jubilee Park are Jayanti Sarovar, Foliage Park, Tata Steel Zoological Park and Smriti Udyan. The Upvan of Jubilee Park is an ideal picnic spot and is suitable to spend some time with family and friends.The Jubilee Park wears a decorative look on the birth anniversary of the founder of Jamshedpur, Shri Jamshedji Tata.The famous architects, Mr. B.S. Nirody and Mr. G. H. Krumbiegel, had designed the Jubilee Park of Jamshedpur.
Chandil is a census town in Seraikela Kharsawan district in the state of Jharkhand, India. The first commercial sponge iron plant in India is located at Umesh Nagar in Chandil. The natural scenery in and around Chandil is unique and enchanting. It is surrounded by green mountains, hills, streams, rivers, the peace, pleasure and knowledge providing gifts of God, the Almighty on all sides.
Located at a height of 3000 feet above sea level, the exotic ranges of Dalma Hills are at a short distance of just 13 km from the main city of Jamshedpur. The luxuriant dense forests, the swift flowing Subarnarekha River and the vast reserve of wildlife in the wildlife sanctuary represent the beautiful Dalma Hills.
The Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary houses several rare and endangered species of wild life like barking deer, leopards, sloth beers, elephants, porcupines and tigers.
Dalma Hills provide the tourists with a breath taking view of the surrounding areas. The Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary offers the tourists with an opportunity to explore the natural habitats of the wild creatures. The salubrious weather coupled with the rich natural splendor of the Dalma Hills casts a magical spell on the tourists.