Bistupur


Bistupur is one of the popular regions of Jamshedpur, which houses a number of market complexes. Tourists coming to Jamshedpur often visit the Bistupur area as it is one of the bustling centers of the town. Kamani center, one of the major market zones of Jamshedpur is situated in the Bistupur region.


The local people of Jamshedpur often flock to the Bistupur area for buying a range of articles. Primarily a market place, Bistupur is always buzzing with buyers and sellers. All types of buyers can be seen in the market places of Bistupur. Known as one of the core commercial centers of Jamshedpur Bistupur is visited by a large number of businessmen too.

Apart from shopping complexes Bistupur region also has a wide array of eatery corners. The restaurants located in Bistupur dishes out lip-smacking variety of both continental and Indian recipes. People from adjoining places of Jamshedpur often come to the food courts of Bistupur. On the weekends, almost all the restaurants of Bistupur are full with food connoisseurs.

As a well-accessible market area, Bistupur receives huge number of visitors on a regular basis.



Last Updated on : 02/07/2013



     


     

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