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Giridih At a Glance

Giridih District, an administrative district of jharkhand has its headquarters at Giridih. It was carved out from Hazaribagh District on 4th Dec. 1972. The district lies between 24 degree 11 minutes north latitude and 86 degree 18 minutes east longitude. Lying almost in the central part of the North Chhota Nagpur Division, this district is bounded by Jamui District and part of Nawada district of Bihar in the north, by the districts of Deoghar and Jamtara on the east, by Dhanbad and Bokaro on the south, west by Hazaribagh and Koderma. Giridih District is spread over an area of 4853.56 sq km.

Tourism in Giridih District

There are several popular tourist attraction in Giridih District. The sightseeing option offered by the district are simply worth visiting. The travelers visiting this district can also have an adventurous experience with the option available. The important tourist attractions of Giridih Districts are Usri Fall, Khandoli Hill, Madhuban, Parasnath Hill, Jharkhandi Dham and Harihar Dham. As per Census 2011 the total population of Giridih District is 2,445,203. The 13 community development blocks of Giridih District are Giridih, Gandey, Bengabad, Pirtand, Dumri, Bagodar, Sariya, Dhanwar, Jamua, Deori, Tisri and Ganwan.


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