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Jamshedpur experiences typical tropical climate with dry summers and moderate winter season. The summer season between March and July is warm and sunny with extreme dry heat. The maximum temperature in summers reaches a high of nearly 45 degrees Celsius making it difficult for international tourists. The monsoon season between July and September brings adequate rainfall providing relief from the dry heat but increasing the overall humidity content. The winter season from October to February is much more pleasant and ripe for tourist excursions. The temperature in the winters remains between 8 and 10 degrees Celsius making it one of the best times to visit the industrial city of Jamshedpur. 

How To Reach

By Road:

Jamshedpur is well connected to all parts of the country with good motor able roads and highways. Located on the main National Highway 33, Jamshedpur is well connected to neighboring states of Bihar, West Bengal and Orissa. The distance between Kolkata and Jamshedpur is 315 Kms while Nagpur is located at a distance of 945 Kms.

By Air:

Jamshedpur does not have a dedicated airport and the closest airport is the one located in Ranchi at a distance of 150 Kms. The domestic airport of Ranchi is well connected to all major Indian cities with regular flights from New Delhi and Kolkata. Private taxis and buses are freely available outside the Ranchi airport to reach Jamshedpur.

By Rail:

The railway station of Jamshedpur is called Tatanagar and is on the main Calcutta-Mumbai rail route. Jamshedpur railway station is located on the rail line connecting Ranchi to Calcutta. All this makes Jamshedpur very well connected to all areas by trains. Jamshedpur railway station is well reachable from different parts of India including Delhi (Purushottam Exp), Kolkata (Samaleshwari Express) and Mumbai (Gitanjali Express).


Jamshedpur also known as Tatanagar is one of most acclaimed cities in the North eastern state of Jharkhand. Built as the first modern day planned city in post independence India, Jamshedpur was established by the business mogul Jamshedji Nusserwanji Tata. Also known as the home of the famous TATA group, Jamshedpur is a popular industrial town with a thriving steel industry. Apart from its business endeavors, Jamshedpur is also a popular tourist attraction showcasing its picturesque gardens and natural landscape making it a perfect holiday destination.


Located at Chota Nagpur Plateau and is surrounded by lush green forests of Dalma Hills, Jamshedpur is abundant in natural resources including coal and buaxite.  Famous worldwide for its efforts in restoring forest beds and anti pollution measures, the city is by far the cleanest in Jharkhand with planned green line housing dedicated gardens and tree lines. Surrounded by the Dalma hills, it has retained its hill station atmosphere. The town is not just an important industrial centre with a chain of multiple industries but also has a number of tourist attractions including Lakes and wildlife sanctuaries.


The people of Jamshedpur are warm and friendly and the major spoken languages include Hindi, Bengali and Santhali. Ranked as the seventh richest city of India, Jamshedpur is well planned with spaces for residential colonies, Schools, parks, Play grounds, Commercial markets, Religious places, and every other amenity. Shopping enthusiasts can visit the many new age Shopping Malls apart from traditional bazaars in Sector Market and Bistupur.


An epitome of commercial richness blended with natural beauty and cleanliness, Jamshedpur is one of the most beautiful cities in India. From the various industrial hubs to the famous Dalma Hills and artificial lakes, Jamshedpur has something in it for everyone making it one of the most sought out tourist destinations in India.