This stunning waterfall cascades across amazing rock formations, providing regal splendour. "Moonidih Waterfall" is another name.
One of Dhanbad's most popular tourist spots. . From Coal City, the Maithon Dam is 48km away.
The word "Hindola Mahal" means "Swing Palace" in English. This name is derived from the sloping position of its walls.
Another Dhanbad tourist attraction. Due to its proximity to the National Highway, the lake's surroundings are always full of tourists.
The Shakti Mandir tops Dhanbad pilgrims' lists. The temple attracts mostly domestic pilgrims year-round.
"Damodar Valley Corporation" built both the Maithon and Panchet Dams. A 1959 multi-purpose dam. The dam is named after a hill nearby, Panchet.
This Hindu pilgrimage site honours Kali. Katri flows near the temple. Since the locals believe Goddess Kali protects them, they are devoted to the temple deity.