Parasnath Industrial Visit

Parasnath going students for Industrial visit may visit Giridh. The main industrial visit attraction to Giridih is The Data Processing Center of Data Processing Division (DPD) of National Sample Survey Office (NSSO) which  provides complete IT solution from sample selection, software development to processing and tabulation of data canvassed through various socio-economic surveys of National Sample Survey Organisation, another attraction is the coal mines of Central Coalfields Limited.

Jain pilgrims from around the world are drawn to Parasnath. Located in the state of Jharkhand, Parasnath is one of Jainism’s holiest pilgrimage sites and gateway to the Parasnath hills, referred to as Sammet Shikhar Tirtha by the Jains. Named after the 23rd Tirthankara of Jainism, Parshva, it was here, more than 26 centuries ago, that twenty two out of twenty four Tirthankaras attained enlightenment. Temples atop the hills, mediation halls are peppered around and attract devotees to study, meditate and absorb the ambience. The panoramic vies of surrounding woodlands and hills as well as religious activities will provide you peace of mind..

Sights to See

Samosaran Temple, Bhomia Baba Temple, Parasnath Temple and Rajdaha Reservoir are the places of attractions in to Parasnath.

How would you like to travel?

AIR
Bisra Munda Airport at Ranchi is the nearest airport connected by flights from Mumbai Bhubaneshwar, Kolkata, Delhi and Patna.

RAIL
Parasnath railway station on the Howrah-Delhi Grand Chord line. New Delhi – Kolkata Rajdhani express stops at Parasnath railway station.

ROAD
Located on Grand Trunk Road NH 2, Parasnath is connected by good motorable roads to all places in east India.
Parasnath is:
  • 190 km from Ranchi
  • 282 km from Patna
  • 180 km from Bodhgaya
  • 399 km from Kolkata

Industries

  • CCL
  • DPD

And many More Industries for more information see state wise list of Industries

Excursions

Dhanbad
An important railway division, Dhanbad is an industrial centre with an abundance of coal. The third largest city of Jharkhand, the place is aptly called the Coal Capital of India.

One of Dhanbad’s travel fads is a visit to one of the several coal mines that are situated here. The place is also known for some of the famous research institutes of the country including Indian School of Mines.

 

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