Dhanbad is a city in the Indian state of Jharkhand. Dhanbad has some of the largest coal mines in India and is called the Coal Capital of India. Tata Steel, Bharat Coking Coal Limited, Eastern Coalfields Limited, and Indian Iron And Steel Company are some of the companies that operate coal mines in the district. The engineering institute IIT, Dhanbad is located in Dhanbad. Among the rail divisions of the Indian Railway, Dhanbad Rail Division is the second-largest in revenue generation after the Mumbai division.
Maithon Dam

Maithon dam was specially designed for flood control and generates 60,000 kW of electric power. There is an underground power station, the first of its kind in the whole of southeast Asia. The dam is constructed on the Barakar River.
Panchet Dam

Panchet Dam is an earthen dam with a concrete spillway. The reservoir taps a catchment area of 10,961 square kilometers.
Shakti Mandir

Shakti Mandir is situated in Dhanbad. It is for devotees of Goddess Durga. They regularly perform bhajans, jagrans, and kirtans.
Kalyaneshwari Temple

Kalyaneshwari is a 500-year-old center of Shakti worship. Legend has it that human sacrifices were offered at Kalyaneshwari in the remote past. The present temple, however, is not very old and was constructed by the Panchkot Raj. The temple of Goddess Kalyaneshwari is believed to fulfill the wishes of childless women.
Baba Baidyanath Dham

Baidyanath Jyotirlinga temple, also known as Baba Baidyanath Dham and Baidyanath Dham is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas, the most sacred abodes of Shiva.
Bhatinda Fall

Bhatinda Fall is a powerful waterfall cascade over dramatic rock formations at this natural tourist attraction.

Topchanchi a stream has been dammed by Jharia water Board at Rajdhato to form a big reservoir from where water is supplied to Dhanbad and its suburbs. This reservoir is famous as Topchanchi lake attracting thousands of tourists around the year.
Parasnath Temple

Parasnath Temple offers pilgrims an epic Jinalaya to worship. In-depth of the double stair main temple statue of supreme Arihant is situated. All around this temple 20 more statues and statues of God and Goddess gives a marvelous look and luster to the site.
Chati Gobindpur

The village which also is located in the Govindpur development block contains two ancient pillars that are locally associated with Emperor Asoka and the Afghan Chief Sher Shah.
Best Time To Visit Dhanbad

The best time to visit Dhanbad is between the months of September and March. In these months, the weather in this city is really appropriate for sightseeing. Dhanbad experiences three seasons. Summer starts in April and remains till June and the temperature hovers between 40°C and 46°C. Monsoon starts in July and continues till September with average drizzling. The Winter season starts in October and continues till February with temperatures between 20°C and 30°C. So, visit the place in these months of the winter season.

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