Located on the outskirts of Jamshedpur, the quaint town of Jadugora is renowned as a home to the country's first uranium mine. The most popular tourist attraction in Jadugora is the Rankini Temple, dedicated to Goddess Rankini. It sees huge footfalls throughout the year. Legend has it that a local once spotted a tribal girl transforming to kill a demon. The girl disappeared when the local tried to follow her. The same night, Goddess Rankini appeared in his dreams and asked him to construct a temple for her. Tourists can also visit the Galudi Bridge, which is the largest bridge on the gushing Subarnarekha river. The name Jadugora has been drawn from the word Jadagoda, which translates into land of elephants.

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