‘The City of Waterfalls’ as Ranchi is broadly called, is a standout amongst the most advantaged spots on earth that makes the most of nature’s liberality in its completion. The capital of Jharkhand is a blowout to your eyes and soul. Its geological position and the thick timberlands around make the spot a paradise on earth. So while touring around this pretty looking city of Ranchi, make sure you have all the essential spots covered.
Here’s a brush-up of the vital facts and information that you might need while on your trip to Ranchi, especially if it’s your first time.
You can easily find Mumbai to Ranchi flights, or from any other major cities of India to this city. The city is very well connected by air, rail and roads to the cities across India. So accessibility isn’t a big issue here.
Points of Interest
1- Sun Temple
This rich sanctuary is developed as a gigantic chariot with 18 wheels driven by seven stallions. Encompassed by green gardens, it has a lake as well. Local people believe that water in this lake has remedial forces.
2- Hundru Falls
Situated at a distance of 45 km from Ranchi, the tremendous waterfalls are the most sought after visitor destination. The stream Subarnarekha tumbles down from a height of 320 feet paving way for the Hundru Falls. You have to go down 750 stairs to reach the foot of the waterfalls and you would love each second of it as you descend listening to the thundering of water and the chirping of the birds.
3- Jagannath Temple
The Jagannath sanctuary was developed in the seventeenth century, by Barkagarh’s king, Jagannathpur Thakur Ani Nath Shahdeo. It is arranged at a distance of 10 km from the city, on a hill slope close to Firayalal Chowk. The designing style of this sanctuary is the same as that of a fort showing a small scale of the acclaimed Jagannath Puri temple. It is most prominently known for its Ratha Yatra held each year whose idea has been taken from the first Puri sanctuary.
4- Nakshatra Van
The Nakshatra Van was made by the Forest Department of Jharkhand. According to Hindu soothsayers, each star in the zodiac has a relationship with a tree. Nakshatra Van is outlined in a manner that the recreation center and the trees look like the zodiac signs. Whether you believe in astrology or not, you will love the way the green site is composed with brilliant blossoms and a musical fountain in the middle.
5- Ranchi Lake
Ranchi Lake can be found in the heart of the city of Ranchi, at the base of Ranchi Hill. It lies close to the G.P.O. and furthermore, was unearthed by a British specialist named Colonel Onsley in 1842. The spot is additionally a prevalent outing and boating sites.