Legend associated with Tagore Hill
It is believed that Tagore used to come up here to enjoy the solitude at the top of the hill, and to write books. A number of his famous books have been written up here. It is believed that Rabindranath Tagore had written some parts of 'Gitanjali' on the top of this hill. The Tagore Hill is regarded as one of the beautiful tourist spots, which possesses prominent geographical features, which add to the beauty of the place.
Tourism in Tagore Hill
Tagore Hill is actually the scenic locality of the Morabadi. The view of sunrise and sunset from the hill top is one of the most beautiful things to see in Ranchi. However, before the place became a tourist spot, Tagore Hill was the ashram of Rabindranath Tagores elder brother Jyotirindranath Tagore and his wife Kadambari Devi. Even before that, it was a rest house.
The beauty and view of the Tagore Hill of Ranchi captivate the attention of the tourists visiting this place. Tagore Hill in Ranchi is regarded as one of the popular tourist destinations of the city. The glimpse of the adjacent areas from the top of the hill really appeals to people visiting there. The adventure lovers, nature lovers and rock climbers also congregate at the place.
Visiting Information to Tagore Hill
The top of the Tagore Hill can be reached by climbing a flight of 200 - 250 stairs. Besides this, the tourists also try various activities like trekking, rock climbing and several other adventure sports here. Ramakrishna Mission Ashram is situated at the foot of the hill. The office of Divyayan and Agrarian vocational institute are also located there. Tagore Hill can be commuted to by rickshaws, taxis and auto rickshaws, which can be hired from any part of the city. The marvellous beauty and view of the Tagore Hill captures the attention of all types of travellers. People coming from other parts of the country as well as tourists from foreign countries can also reach the Tagore Hill through the Ranchi Airport located in the heart of the city.
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