Ranchi is a place the glory of these waterfalls can be enjoyed at its best. During the monsoon, this beauty increases tenfolds. The hills of Chotanagpur plateau are not as high as the Himalayas or as well known as The Western Ghats but are an equal match when it comes to beauty and diversity.
थोड़ी थोड़ी दूर पर दूधसागर नदी आपके साथ चलती है, उसके बाद पेड़ो के झुरमुट से वेस्टर्न घाट की पहाड़िया आपको नज़र आने लगती है| पहाड़ पर मंडराते बादल एक पल को आपको हिमालय की याद दिला देते हैं, लेकिन फिर पता चलता है की अब नदी के बीच से एक पतली सी रस्सी पकड़ कर आपको आगे जाना है|
"In the 90s, Cherrapunjee used to be the region to receive the highest rainfall," tells my father. In those days, neighboring Netarhat was one of the top 10 locations with highest rainfall in India. Growing up in Jharkhand, brought me closer to the monsoon and my father's stories. His accounts of the many snakes that... Continue Reading →
Like every place in Jharkhand I went to chase the monsoon, Bokaro presented me with an endless trail of greenery around me. The outer parts of Bokaro and the path that leads to the city is mountainous and the clouds hover above them ready to rain anytime. The sight that was presented before me was... Continue Reading →
Ranchi in the monsoon season is nothing less than heaven. Ranchi is the one of the most beautiful untouched locations for travelers as of now. Places like Pahadi Mandir (below) give you an amazing panoramic view of the city of which there is no match. And then there is Rock Garden... Continue Reading →
Last month I was returning from my native Jhumri Telaiya to Patna, as the train passed through the valleys of Chotnagpur region, looking at the clouds increased my lust to chase the monsoon. Jharkhand is one of the few underrate and ignored spots in terms of tourism and travel. For me it was a chance... Continue Reading →