Chandil Dam, Jharkhand – A dam in the bushland

Chandil Dam Jharkhand

Tourists generally from Bihar, Jharkhand and West Bengal visit Chandil Dam, Jharkhand in large numbers during winters for picnic and road trips.

Chandil Dam built on Subarnarekha River( the river of gold) is located in the state of Jharkhand. It is the one of the best picnic spot in Jharkhand. It’s well known for its scenic beauty. The project associated with the dam is “Subarnarekha Multipurpose Project” which spanned along the state of Jharkhand, West Bengal and Odisha.

The height of the Chandil dam is 220m and the height of its water level is 190m. Subarnarekha River meets with Karkori River originating from Hundru falls in Jharkhand in this region.

Best time to visit Chandil Dam

The best time to visit is during the winter (November to February).  Tourists can also enjoy boating here. There is also a museum near to the dam where one can find scripts written on rocks that are almost 2000 years old.

The authorities allow picnickers to cook food; I would advise everyone to carry their own water for cooking. Those who want to make a road trip; it is advisable to carry water bottles and foods with themselves. Also, visit Golpahari Mata temple from here as it’s very famous in Jamshedpur.

How to reach Chandil Dam

The nearest city is Jamshedpur, Jharkhand. The distance of Chandil Dam from Jamshedpur is 31.4 Km via NH18; it takes almost one hour to reach.

From Ranchi to Chandil Dam distance is near about 98 Kilometers via NH43, you can reach here by hopping into any bus towards Jamshedpur or own transport.

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Monalisa Bose Roy

A travel blogger cum financial expert with a vision to encourage tourism in Eastern India. Bose was born and brought up in the steel city of Jamshedpur, located in the Indian state of Jharkhand. Being born in the Eastern region, Bose has visited a lot of lesser-known places in the region. By her writing, she tries to spread awareness about those undiscovered gems of Eastern India.

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