Top 10 things about Jharkhand
When was Jharkhand formed?
Jharkhand was separated from Bihar and was formed on 15 November 2000.
What is the rank of Jharkhand in terms of area?
Jharkhand is the 16th largest state of India in terms of area.
What is the rank of Jharkhand in terms of Population?
Jharkhand is the 14th largest state of India in terms of population.
What is the meaning of Jharkhand?
The word ‘Jhar’ means ‘bush’ and ‘Khand’ means ‘land’ in the Indo-Aryan language. Thus ‘Jharkhand’ means ‘land of bush or forest’.
What is the area covered by Jharkhand?
The state of Jharkhand stretches over an area of 79,710 sq km (30,778 sq mi).
How much area is under forest in the state of Jharkhand?
One-third of the total area of the state of Jharkhand is covered under forest.
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Which city is the capital of Jharkhand?
Ranchi is the capital city of Jharkhand.
Which city is the sub-capital of Jharkhand?
Dumka is the sub-capital of Jharkhand.
Which city is the Industrial Capital of Jharkhand?
Jamshedpur is the Industrial Capital of Jharkhand.
Which is the largest city of Jharkhand?
Jamshedpur is the largest city of Jharkhand.
Most part of the state of Jharkhand lies in which Plateau?
Most part of the state of Jharkhand lies on the Chota Nagpur Plateau.
Jharkhand contributes to how much of the mineral resources in India?
Jharkhand accounts for more than 40% of the mineral resources of India.
What are the mineral resources found in Jharkhand?
Some of the minerals found in the state are Iron Ore, Uranium (Jaduguda Mines), Coal, Copper Ore, Mica, Bauxite, Manganese, Limestone, China Clay, Fire Clay, Graphite, Kainite, Chromite, Asbestos, Thorium, Sillimanite, and even Gold (Rakha Mines) and Silver.