Sights to See
If you're looking for peace and quiet, a visit to the picturesque Tagore Hill at Morabadi in Ranchi is absolute must. Named after Asia’s first Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore, the hill is about 300 ft. above its base.
An oasis of tranquillity, Ranchi Hill offers a serene escape from the bustle of the city of Ranchi. A temple devoted to Lord Shiva gives a peace of mind to the spiritual seekers. One of the most beautiful spots in Ranchi, the place lures the local people who use it as a picnic spot. You can also enjoy boating at the Ranchi Lake at the base of this beautiful hill.
A day in the scenic surroundings of Kanke Dam will be good for the mind and fabulous for the spirit. Kanke Dam, a large water reservoir used to supply water to the city of Ranchi, is a famous travel attraction. The scenic landscape, fresh and pure atmosphere will provide visitors an unforgettable experience.
Tribal Research Institute & Museum
Located 200m from Murabadi stadium, the Tribal Research Institute Museum is one of India’s finest museums dealing exclusively with the culture of the tribal groups the Mundas, Asurs and Gonds and is an invaluable introduction to the indigenous peoples of Jharkhand. If you're interested in the native cultures of Jharkhand, this museum should be your very first stop in the state.
Though smaller in size, Jagannath Temple in Ranchi is a replica of the famous Jagannath Temple in Puri in the state of Orissa. Located on top of a small hillock the temple is located 10 km from the heart of the town. The Rath Yatra at the temple, organised similarly on the lines of the famous Rath Yatra of Puri, attracts thousands of devotees.