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Places to visit in Khunti District

Panchgagh Fall 

Panchgagh is combination of five waterfalls. This waterfall is formed because of the breaking of the famous river called Banai. Panchghagh’s water does not fall from long heights. Still, one can almost hear the roar of the water when one arrives near it, because all the five streams hit the rocks in a very turbulent manner. The water falls from a lesser height, making it safe for tourist to enjoy in the rapid flow of water. Most of the people arrive here for picnic with family and friends. Natural beauty around the waterfall makes it more beautiful and peaceful.

 

 

Angrabari –Shiv Temple

Angrabari is Hindu temple complex originally named as Amreshwar Dham and later renamed by the revered Hindu Seer Shankaracharya Swami Swarupananda Saraswathi. It is a temple consisting of the deity of Lord Shiva, Ram and Sita, Hanuman and Ganesh. The temple is believed to have a Swayambhu Shiva Linga that is regularly worshipped. The temple is also called as Amareshwar Dham because the deity according to legend was worshipped by a Mango tree. Angrabadi temple complex, located in the surroundings of peaceful beauty and in a calm and serene atmosphere, is a magnificent temple complex near Khunti. The main Shivling in the temple, does not have a roof over it. This is for the reason that on every occasion when an attempt was made to build a temple around the Holy Shivling; Lord Shiva came in the dream of the person working on it and asked to go ahead in building a roof. Currently the main Shivling is under a Banyan Tree. Every year during Sawan season local festival is celebrate for one month long.On Maha-shivratri Day, temple is visited by many disciples from different regions of Jharkhand.

 

Dombari Buru

Dombari Buru is picturesque hills of Dombari Buru, which had turned red with blood when BirsaMunda led his legendary ulgulan(rebellion) against the British more than a century ago, will now get a sterling facelift, courtesy.Archaeological Survey of India (ASI).It is located 50km from the state capital, Dombari Buru rises determinedly above Sail Rakab village close to Ulihatu — the birthplace of the tribal icon.

 

 

BirsaMrigVihar / Deer Park

The BirsaMrigVihar is located in a beautiful sal forest of Kalamati of Khunti district and in hardly 20 Kms away from the Capital city in the Ranchi-Khunti road. The geography and vegetation provides a natural habitat for the deer for breeding in captivity. The MrigVihar is spread in an area of about 54 acre and is geographically located at 23011 .85’ North latitude and 8501 60.92’ East latitude. The BirsaMrigVihar has never looked back in attracting tourists from the year 1987 when the doors were opened for the tourists. MrigVihar has been tourist attraction for its natural beauty and close prominently to Ranchi and Khunti.

 

Perwaghagh Fall

Perwaghagh Fall It is a beautiful waterfall with clear water flow on Chatariver in Fatka panchayat of Torpa in Khunti district. It is known that the word “Perwa” denotes Pigeon and “ghagh“ means home which depicts the “House of Pigeons” inside the waterfall. It is still believed that these pigeons live inside the waterfall.

 

 

 

Rani Fall

This waterfall is located on Khunti-Tamad road 20kms from the district headquarter. It is located on Tajnariver. Rani fall is known for its slow river flow with sand bank around which makes it safe for tourist.

 

Source : https://khunti.nic.in/place-of-interest/



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