Jubilee park is a 200 acres park gifted by Tata Steel to the citizens of Jamshedpur during the Golden Jubilee of the company in 1958. This park comprises of a special rose garden, a lake, water cascades and fountains that run at night also and an avenue of specifically trimmed Ashok trees.
In a corner of this park exists the Tata Steel Zoological Park where the Safari Park facilitates visitors to view free and uncaged animals. In the Jubilee Amusement Park children can enjoy games like 75-meter slide, caterpillar ride, derby riding, rolling till the moon, ... More dashing cars and whirling in the wind.
JRD Tata Sports Complex
The JRD Tata Sports complex has an eight lane monosynthetic track and an international standard football ground. There are facilities for several sports like table tennis, boxing, basketball, hockey, volleyball, tennis and handball as well as a modern gymnasium.
The Dimna Lake is located 8 miles from Jamshedpur at the foot of the Dalma hills and is an artificial reservoir which serves the dual purpose of fulfilling the drinking water needs of the city as well as being a spot for water sports like rowing and jetskiing.
The city is located in the East Singhbhum district on the Chota Nagpur plateau and is encircled by the Dalma Hills. Here, one can see one of the largest steel plants in the world as well as the National Metallurgical Laboratory.
As per the census of 2001, the population of Jamshedpur was 1.1 million. The major ethnic groups in this place are Bengalis, Adivasis, Biharis, Oriya as well as South Indians and Punjabis.
In summer, ... More the maximum temperature reached is 40 to 45 degrees Celsius while in winter the minimum temperature is 8 degrees Celsius. There is a heavy rainfall from July to September that sums up to 1200 to 1400 millimeters.
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