The Gumla District in Jharkhand is famous for the historical sites of Anjan that is believed to be the birthplace of Lord Hanuman. Gumla town, which is the district headquarters, is surrounded by various tribal villages such as Chainpur, Ghagra, Toto and Raidih.
The district has many tourist spots like Anjani Gufa, Dewaki Temple, Sadani Waterfalls, Beng Hill, Samsera Dham, Basudeokona and Mahadev Kona. Birsa Munda Agro Park, Rajadera, Baghmunda, Banpur Shiva Temple and Aamtoli Shiva Temple are some of the other important sightseeing options in the district.
Another prime tourist attraction in the district is the Baghmunda Waterfall, nearby which lies the famous 400 years old Lord Jagannath Temple. Hapamuni, another tourist spot, is popular for the Mahamaya Temple that is believed to have been constructed by Gajghat Ray, a king of the Naga dynasty in the 9th century.
Basudevkona, Hiradah and Sankhghat are few other tourist spots located in the Raidih Block of Gumla. Sisai, Palkot, Chainpur, Bharno and Bishunpur are the major blocks in the district that are famous for the tribal inhabitants and small ancient shrines.