River's Meet in Jamshedpur


River's Meet in Jamshedpur offers the nature lovers with a unique opportunity to experience the convergence of two swift flowing rivers of Subarnarekha and Kharkhai. Also referred to as Domohani, River's Meet is one of the notable Jamshedpur tourist attractions.

Situated at the north western corner of Jamshedpur, Domohani or River's Meet draws numerous tourists from far and wide who are enthralled and enchanted with the bewitching natural scenic beauty of the place. Encircled by luxuriant green fields, the tall trees of Eucalyptus add to the charm of the beautiful place of Domohani.

Far from the maddening crowd of the city, the calm and serene surrounding of the River's Meet casts a magical spell on the tourists. The exotic landscape of Domohani relieves the visitors from the stress and strains of daily mundane life. The place provides the tourists with a unique scope to experience the sunrise on the river side of Domohani.

Blessed with the bounty of nature, River's Meet or Domohani offers the tourists with an opportunity to enjoy the heavenly bliss of Mother Nature. A delight for the nature lovers, the place of River's Meet rejuvenates the mind, body and soul of the visitors with a fresh bout of renewed energy and vigor.

The enchanting place of River's Meet or Domohani is easily accessible from any part of the city of Jamshedpur. River's Meet is flocked by local tourists during weekends. The place is ideal for spending some time with family and friends in the midst of nature.



Last Updated on : 02/07/2013



     


     

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