Regions of Jamshedpur



Regions of Jamshedpur are located across the length and breadth of the town. Being one of the most flourishing and developed industrial base where the world renowned Tata Iron and Steel Works is located, Jamshedpur is rich with many interesting places.

A part of the East Singhbhum district, Jamshedpur possesses a host of places that are enriched with historical, religious or cultural appeals. There are many places that have natural splendors too. Jugsalai located near Jamshedpur is one such location.

Jugsalai region of Jamshedpur is inhabited by the local people of the town while Bistupur is another major region of Jamshedpur, famous for its market place. The popular Kamani market is situated in Bistupur. Sonari is yet another important region of Jamshedpur. The local aerodrome of Jamshepur is located at Sonari.

Sakchi is a popular market area of Jamshedpur where one can get an extensive range of articles. From daily use products to fancy items, all types of consumer durables are available in the market place of Sakchi.

Birsanagar is located on the outskirts of Jamshedpur and is a significant region. The electric supply to some of the regions of Jamshedpur is provided through the base located in Birsanaga of Jamshedpur.

Each and every region of Jamshedpur contributes significantly towards its all-round growth. Be it from the tourism prospect or from the commercial viewpoint, the Jamshedpur region plays an important role in the development of the town.

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Last Updated on : 02/07/2013



     


     

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