सिरसानाथ महादेव मंदिर, दुमका (Sirsanath Mahadev Temple) – Dumka

Sirsanath Mahadev Temple, Dumka

Sirsa is a small Village in Jama Block in Dumka District of Jharkhand State, India. It comes under Sirsa Panchayath. It is located 18 KM towards North from District head quarters Dumka. 8 KM from Jama. 260 KM from State capital Ranchi Sirsa is surrounded by Ramgarh Block towards North , Jarmundi Block towards west , Dumka Block towards South , Saraiyahat Block towards North .

Sirsanath Mahadev Temple, Dumka

Sirsanath Mahadev Temple is very famous in Jharkhand and thousands of visitors come here every year. The auspicious month of Sawan is specially crowded. There is a well, from where people fill the water and offer to Sisranath Mahadev ji.

There are some shop around where you can get all the puja items.

Road to this temple is not in a great shape, specially during Mansoon, it is full of mud.

Sirsanath Mahadev Temple, Dumka

Sirsa Pin code is 814145 and postal head office is Nonihat…

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तंतलोई कुण्ड, दुमका (Tantloi Hot spring) – Dumka

It is a hot water spring located 15 kilometers from Dumka’s district headquarters. It is surrounded by tiny mountains and has a gorgeous, appealing, and greenish natural environment. The spring water is exceptionally pure and healthful.

तंतलोई कुण्ड, Dumka

तंतलोई गर्म पानी कुंड दुमका जिले का एक प्रमुख स्थल है। यह स्थल आश्चर्यजनक है, क्योंकि यहां पर गर्म पानी का कुंड है। यहां पर सरकार की तरफ से गर्म पानी का एक बहुत बड़ा कुंड बना दिया गया है, जहां पर सभी लोग स्नान कर सकते हैं। यहां पर चेंजिंग रूम भी बने हुए हैं। आस-पास यहां पर हरियाली है और यहां पर पर्यटकों के बैठने के लिए दो शेड बनाए गए हैं। यह जगह बहुत अच्छी है। 

तंतलोई जगह दुमका जिले में बरप्लासी के पास में स्थित है। आप यहां पर घूमने के लिए आ सकते हैं। सरकार की अनदेखी के कारण, यहां पर गंदगी बहुत ज्यादा है। यह कुंड खुले एरिया में बना हुआ है। यह कुंड पक्का बना बना दिया गया है। यहां पर मकर संक्रांति के समय बहुत बड़ा मेला भरता है, जिसमें दूर-दूर से लोग आते हैं। मेले में बहुत सारी दुकानें …

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शिव पहाड़, दुमका (Shiv Pahar) – Dumka

Shiv Pahar, Dumka

It is the very famous place of Dumka. As the name depicts the temple of Shiva is situated at the top of the Pahar so the Pahar is known as Shiv Pahar. There are various temples situated here. Among local people it is very sacred place.

A fair is also organized at Shivratri here.

Shiv Pahar Temple is a famous religious place in Dumka district. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. This temple is built on a hill. There are stairs to reach the temple. After reaching the temple, We get the chance to have the darshan of Lord Shiva ji.

Nag Mandir is also built near the temple. Here snakes meet to see the deity. There is a lot of crowd here on Shivratri.

You will love coming here. If you come to visit Dumka, then you can also visit this temple and see Lord Shiva.

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मलूटी मंदिर, दुमका (Maluti Temples) – Dumka

Maluti temples are a group of 72 extant terracotta temples (out of the original number of 108), located in the Maluti village near Shikaripara in Dumka district on the eastern part of the Chota Nagpur Plateau, Indian state of Jharkhand. These temples, according to the Indian Trust for Rural Heritage and Development (ITRHD), were built between the 17th and 19th centuries. The kings of Baj Basanta dynasty built these temples in Maluti, their capital, inspired by goddess Mowlakshi, their family deity. Many of the temples are deified with different denominations of gods and goddesses, apart from the tutelary deity Mowlakshi, and others such as Shiva, Durga, Kali and Vishnu. The Global Heritage Fund (GHF) has proposed a conservation effort, which would increase tourism to the Maluti village. GHF has declared this site as one of the world's 12 most endangered cultural heritage sites.

Maluti Temples - Dumka

The extant Maluti terracotta temples are 72 which …

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मसानजोर डैम, दुमका (Massanjore Dam) – Dumka

Massanjore Dam, popularly known as the Canada Dam, is constructed across the Mayurakshi river and is surrounded by forests and hills. It was constructed in 1955. The dam is 34.4 m high and 609.6 m long. Around 50,000 acres of agrarian land is irrigated with the help of water coming from this dam. The dam was constructed with the motive to generate hydroelectric power.

Massanjore Dam - Dumka

The reservoir has an area of 67.4 square kilometres when full and has a storage capacity of 620,000,000 cubic metres. The length of the overflow section is 225.60 m and is controlled by 21 bays, each 9.144 m wide. The design discharge is 4.446 cumecs. The full revervoir level is 121.34 m and the flood level is 122.56 m. It cost Rs. 16.10 crore.

It is on the Suri-Dumka road, about 24 km from Dumka in Jharkhand, and about 45 km from Suri in West Bengal. Buses ply on this road. Hill climbing or swimming is pretty much enjoyable. The broad river, mountains…

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बासुकीनाथ मंदिर, दुमका (Basukinath Temple) – Dumka

Temple Timings: 7.00 AM till 7.00 PM.

Basukinath is the Second most famous Temple in and around Deoghar. It is located in Dumka district of Jharkhand, on the Deoghar – Dumka state highway and is around 25 km north-west of  Dumka.

It is a place of pilgrimage for Hindus. Basukinath Temple is the main attraction here and it serves as a place of pilgrimage for Hindus. It is said that Basukinath temple is the court of Baba Bhole Nath. In Basukinath Dham, Shiva and Parvati temple are just in-front of each other.

Basukinath Temple, Deoghar-Dumka Road

In the evening when gates of both the temples are opened then the devotees are suggested to move away from in-front of the gates as there is a belief that Lord Shiva and Mata Parvati meet each other at this time. The temple is situated near the village of Jarmundi and presents an example of local art. This ancient temple houses many other small temple located in its campus area.

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दुमका (Dumka)

Dumka, headquarters of the Dumka district and Santhal Pargana region, is a City in the state of Jharkhand, India. It was made the central station of the Santhal Pargana locale, which was cut out of the Bhagalpur and Birbhum area after the Santal Hool of 1855. Dumka was cut out of the southern piece of Bihar alongside 18 different Districts on 15 November 2000 to frame Jharkhand as 28th State of India. Dumka is a quiet and green city is likewise sub-capital of Jharkhand. The closest essential urban areas are Rampurhat and Deoghar.

There are two speculations on how Dumka got its name. The first proposes that Dumka's name gets from the Santali word sumk for "shunted" or "little," in light of the fact that amid the British Raj, it was a residential community contrasted with Rampurhat and Bhagalpur. The other is that Dumka gets its name from the Persian word damin-I-koh, which signifies 'skirts an edge, outskirt or outrageous part of the slopes'. The Mughals a…

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दुमका के पर्यटन स्थल (Tourist Places in Dumka)

Dumka is the administrative centre of the Dumka district and the Santhal Pargana area in the Indian state of Jharkhand. After the Santal Hool of 1855, it became the seat of the Santhal Pargana area, which was created out of the Bhagalpur and Birbhum districts. Dumka is known as the Tribal Land. It is the headquarters of Jharkhand’s Santhal Pargana division and one of the state’s oldest districts. The city is packed with mesmerizing beauty all throughout. Massive mountains, beautiful scenery, tranquil rivers, and expanses of greenery in the valleys offer a visual feast.

Baba Basukinath Dham

Baba Basukinath Dham is one the most revered Shiva Mandir in Eastern India with people from various states visiting it throughout the year. However, peak period of visit is during Shrawan month which falls in July or August as per English calendar. During each Monday’s of Shrawan month, more than one lakh devotees throng this temple town to pay obeisance to Lord M…

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जामताड़ा, दुमका (Jamtara) – Dumka

Jamtara (जामताड़ा) is a city and a notified area in the Jamtara Sadar subdivision of the Jamtara district in the Indian state of Jharkhand. It is the headquarters of the epynomous district, subdivision and community development block.

It came into existence on 26 April 2001. This small district of Jharkhand state consists of only four blocks. It was created by carving out four blocks from Dumka District.

Other towns in this district are Karmatar, Nala, Kundahit, Narayanpur, Fatehpur and Mihijam. 

The Ajay River passes through the district and forest areas cover the district.


With rivers, cliffs and jungles, Jamtara is used by adventure tourists.

A number of hotels and small guesthouses have come up that serve a variety of cuisines.

Parwat Vihar Park is located 5 km from Jamtara Railway…

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