Jharkhand, the eastern state of India, is a lesser explored destination that truly deserves a visit due to its rich natural beauty. It is known for its natural beauty, elegantly constructed temples, cascading waterfalls, and rich wildlife. Jharkhand has nearly 72 temples, most of which are dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temples attract countless pilgrims, who come to pay homage to God, which are fine examples of architectural beauty. Many of these ancient structures are from the Mughal era. Jagannath Temple is a very popular pilgrimage site for Hindus. 

Wildlife enthusiasts will enjoy the silence of the jungles while enjoying birdwatching and spot a wide variety of fauna. Of all the Wildlife Sanctuaries and National Parks in Jharkhand, the must-visit ones are Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary in Jamshedpur, Betla National Park in Palamu, Udhwa Lake Bird Sanctuary, and Hazaribagh Wildlife Sanctuary in Hazaribagh. Being an ideal place for rural tourism, Jharkhand will let you explore the rich culture of the state, especially that belonging to tribals. The natural beauty of the state is still preserved thanks to the tribal population which dominates the state and works towards preserving nature at its best.

The vibrant state is coming up as a hot destination for adventure enthusiasts. Jharkhand is taking the initiative to establish this state as a major adventure destination. The state is planning to offer river rafting, paragliding, scuba diving, paddleboat, trekking, parasailing, canoeing, snorkeling, mountaineering, jungle safaris, and more. 

Coming to the cuisines of Jharkhand, the delectable cuisines here comprises Litti Chokha, Chilka Roti, Pitta, Thekua, Rugra, Bamboo shoots, Dhuska, Aaru ki sabzi, Mitha Khaja, Sanai Ke Phool ka Bharta, and more. Being a tribal state, Jharkhand excels in tribal ornaments, woodwork, metalwork, bamboo work, pitkar paintings, toy making and stone carving. Shopping from these handicrafts will give a unique experience to the tourists. A trip to this state is all about the rich culture and heritage of the state. So if you are looking for a vacation that will take you back to your cultural roots, Jharkhand is a perfect place to visit. 

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