Hazaribagh is a beautiful village in Jharkhand. The village has beautiful lakes and forests. The forests in Hazaribagh are mostly obscure and in their best and purest form filled with greenery. There are strong rocky hills that are lush green with a touch of mud and rocks. It is the divisional headquarters of the North Chotanagpur Division. Hazaribagh is known as the wildlife sanctuary located there. Amidst the dense forest full of flora and fauna, it is surrounded by excellent climate and beautiful beauty. Located 2019 ft above sea level, the place is a famous health place.
Visiting place in Hazaribagh
Hazaribagh National Park
Hazaribagh Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1955. It used to be home to tigers, leopards, and many other animals but now rarely animals other than nilgai and hyenas are found. The landscape is full of steep mountains, scenic countryside, thick tropical forests, and lovely meadows. The name of the sanctuary itself states that there were thousands of tigers living here at one time. When the formal official list of national parks was created by the United Nations, it was not included.
Sanskriti Museum & Art Gallery
The Culture Museum and Art Gallery were established in 1991 by Bulu Imam. The campus houses a small library and research archive. The library has its resource archives and many published papers, books, magazines, and newsletters related to museums and art galleries in the library.The Sanskrit Museum displays a wide collection of Pala Paleolithic artifacts from the Neolithic stone tools, bronze and microliths, including Buddhist antiquities and pottery around the Hazaribagh region.
Hazaribagh Lake is one of the famous tourist attractions of Hazaribagh city. The place is surrounded by houses of prominent civil servants and AIR radio office in the vicinity.The four parts of the lake are flowing and the sunset is an excellent place to watch the sunset. There is a popular food joint “Swarna Jayanti cafeteria” which also has a toy train facility and a lot to offer to the tourists.