Panch Pandava Hills are among those mountains, which surround the picturesque valley of Ghatshila. Ghatshila is a census town in Purbi Singhbhum district in the Jharkhand state of India. Panch Pandava Hills are some of the ancient mountain ranges, which date back to the period of Pandavas. According to the mythological legends, the Pandavas inhabited these mountains while they were wandering in exile.
Attractions of Panch Pandava Hills
Tourists visit the place to enjoy the stone curvatures that has resulted from erosion and the stone with the head of five men. According to the local people, these are the head of the five Pandavas who used to stay in these mountains. Also known as 'tila', these are located at a distance of 5 kms North West of Ghatshila. Thus as one of the popular sights around Ghatshila, it attracts a large number of visitors who try to trace the reminiscences of Pandavas in the area.
Nearby Attractions of Panch Pandava Hills
Tourist visiting this place can also have a look on the nearby attractions like Burudi Lake, Rankani Temple, Dharagiri Falls, Naroa Forest, Surda Pahar and Mosaboni Copper Mines.
Connectivity to Panch Pandava Hills
This place is well connected with roadways. Tourists can take a drive down the river to visit this place.
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(Last Updated on : 05-05-2015)
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