Jugsalai


Jugsalai is a major location of Jamshedpur which is inhabited mainly by the local people. Regarded as a city, Jugsalai is located at an altitude of 459 feet above sea level.
The positional coordinates of Jugsalai include a longitude of 86.1833 and latitude of 22.7667. The nearby cities that can be visited from Jugsalai are Bara, Bhetia, Ghagidih and Salgajhri.

Since Jamshedpur is a bustling town of East Singhbhum hence huge numbers of people regularly visit the town. Jugasalai is among the many cities near Jamshedpur which is also the dwelling place of a large number of local population. Since Jugsalai city is located near the Tatanagar railhead hence tourists can easily flock to this place.

Characterized by residential accommodations, Jugsalai has a tranquil ambiance. Tourists who wish to explore the adjacent regions of Jamshedpur can visit Jugsalai at any time of the year. The people living in Jugsalai are known to follow the traditional customs that are also a part of the Jamshedpur culture.



Last Updated on : 02/07/2013



     


     

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