Hazaribagh Wildlife Sanctuary
Pokharia Rajderwa Raod, Pokharia, Jharkhand 825411, India
About Hazaribagh Wildlife Sanctuary
Hazaribagh Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary in Jharkhand, India, about 55 miles (89 km) north of Ranchi. It was established in 1955.Nestling in low hilly terrain, at an average altitude of 615 metres (2,018 ft), it has an area of 184 km2 (71 sq mi) and is home to sambar, nilgai, chital, peafowl, sloth bears, black bears, hyenas and pigeons.
Attractions near Hazaribagh Wildlife Sanctuary
Canary Hill is one of the major tourist attractions in the Hazaribagh city, and this place is surrounded by the dense forests and the lakes. What makes this hill popular is a breathtaking view of the Hazaribagh city from the peak of the hill. However, reaching the peak of Canary Hill can be inconvenient for some as it involves climbing a fairly decent number of stairs.
It is situated in the heart of the town. Boating facility is available here. Hazaribagh jheel is a series of artificial lakes with seven parts all on different levels so that water spills over to the other lake through a spill channel.Hazaribagh lake is a famous tourist place among locals of Jharkhand.In comprative to famous lakes of India it is a small lake.This area is very famous because most prominent bungalows of various civil servants are there.
The dam was made to store water of Nalkari River; this is the main attraction of Patratu. One can see flying fishes during sunrise by sitting at the coast of the Dam. Very few people know there is a tunnel below the dam which connects two villages of Patratu named Labga and Hariharpur. Due to security reasons it has been closed for everyone. Boating has been started from 14 January 2010 on dam.
Kakolat waterfall, situated on the Kakolat hill, located on the border of Bihar and Jharkhand, just 33 km from Nawada and 4 km from Thali Bazar. This is one of the most visited and renowned Bihar getaways, where tourists come from all over the states and adjoining areas to witness the sheer beauty of Mother Nature cascading marvelously. The Kakolat waterfall of Bihar cascades down from a height of between 150 and 160 feet and forms a natural reservoir at the base of the waterfall.
Sujata Stupa, also Sujata Kuti stupa or Sujata Garh, is a Buddhist stupa located in the village of Senanigrama slightly east of Bodh Gaya in the state of Bihar, India. It lies directly across the Phalgu River from the town of Bodh Gaya, where Gautama Buddha is said to have attained enlightenment. It is a walk of about 20 minutes, from Bodh Gaya to Sujata Stupa. It was initially built in the 2nd century BCE as confirmed by finds of Dark Grey polished wares and a punch-marked coin in the monastery
The only Thai temple in India, Thai Monastery of Bodhgaya was built by a Monarch of Thailand in 1956. The then Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru requested for the construction of this temple here to strengthen relations of the two countries and spread the teachings of Buddha in India. Sloping and curved roof of the edifice is covered with golden tiles is an insignia of Thai architecture.
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