Jharkhand is a place in the Indian state of Bihar. On November 15, 2000, it was created by carving apart a portion of the southern region of the state of Bihar. Jharkhand is surrounded to the north by the states of Bihar, to the west by the states of Uttar Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, to the south by the state of Orissa, and the east by the state of West Bengal.

Ranchi, an industrial city, serves as the state’s capital. Dhanbad, Bokaro, and Jamshedpur are the three other significant cities in eastern India, all of which are highly industrialized cities.

Jharkhand is sometimes referred to as Vananchal in some circles. The name “Vananchal” is formed from a combination of the two Hindi words: vana, which means “woods,” and anchal, which means “region” — as a result, the phrase “Vananchal” refers to a landmass that is covered in forests.

Jharkhand is well-known for its mineral wealth & forestry products, as well as for having a large number of talented people.

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