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About Gumla

Gumla is one of the twenty-four districts of the state of Jharkhand and is located on the southern part of Chota Nagpur plateau. It is spread over an area of 5,327 square km.  The administrative headquarters of this district is the Gumla......Read more on Gumla

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  • Type: Place of Worship
Tanginath, Gumla
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Tanginath lies in the Dumri block of Gumla District which is renowned for its architectural works and represents art forms dating back to ancient and medieval eras. This place has a centuries old trident (‘trishool’) of rustproof iron and is famous for... Read More »
  • Type: Cave
Anjan, Gumla
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Anjan is a beautiful town located in the Gumla District of Jharkhand. This town is situated on the south-eastern side of the Gumla town and is surrounded by Chainpur, Ghagra, Toto and Raidih on other sides. The name of the town is derived from the word ‘Anjani’,... Read More »
  • Type: Water Fall
Baghmunda Waterfall, Gumla
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Baghmunda Waterfall, located in the Basia block of Gumla District, is towards the south-east of Gumla. The waterfall is popular for an old Lord Jagannath Temple that is believed to have been built around 400 years ago. This temple has been constructed in the traditional... Read More »
  • Type: Village
Hapamuni, Gumla
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Hapamuni is an ancient village in the Ghaghara block and is popular for its Mahamaya Temple. Legend has it that the temple was constructed by Gajghat Ray, the 22nd king of the Naga dynasty in the 9th century. Read More »
Bharno, Gumla
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Bharno Block, situated east of Gumla, is famous for the Beng Hill that is an ideal picnic spot. The hill is situated on the south-west side of Maladin village and is renowned for its cave that can shelter around 40-50 people at a time. It is a major production centre for green... Read More »

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