Steel City of India
This city attracts the tourists because of its modern life style, tourists’ spots and also for being a gateway to the Himalayas. Many tourists or pilgrims visiting the Himalayan range pass through this city.
All the festivals in Jamshedpur have a great significance and are celebrated with enthusiasm. The two most celebrated festivals are Teej and Chhath, religious people celebrated them with sacred feeling.
The schools and the colleges in Jamshedpur cater best of education in the city. The schools at the secondary level and the higher secondary provide the basic education and there are many other institutes which are there to give technical education after the higher secondary level.
The city of Jamshedpur is located on the Chota Nagpur Plateau in the East Singhbhum district of the Jharkhand state in India. It is famous for its big Industries, renowned educational institutes for the well planned township.
The Road to Jamshedpur began in Pittsburgh when in the beginning of the 19th century, Jamshedji Tata visited Pittsburgh and shared his vision with geologist Charles Page Perin of finding the perfect site to fulfill his dream of building India’s first steel plant. The search began in April 1904 for a site which would be rich in limestone, iron, coal and water in what today is called as Madhya Pradesh. The people responsible for the task were Dorab Tata, Shapurji Saklatvala and C M Weld. After a tedious and time consuming effort of three years, the lady luck finally smiled on them. The place was a village known as Sakchi which is now part of the dense Tatanagar, located in dense forest stretches in the Chota Nagpur plateau.