(Last Updated on : 22/02/2013)
Hathi Pahar is known as Mahadevatari. This is a popular hillock towards the east of Jharkhand
. The hillock is named as Mahadevatari because it houses a beautiful shrine dedicated to Lord Shiva
. This religious hill is named Hathi Pahar as it looks like an elephant. A tourist can see the mountain that looks like an elephant from a distance. This hill also has a small stream that flows towards the valley.
Hathi Pahar is also known as one of the most prominent tourist attraction site and acts as nature tourism site and pilgrimage tourism site. Tourists as well as devotees often visit this place for consuming the water of the stream. Further, the local people believed that the water of the stream has medicinal values. The waters of the stream have a medicinal value that the water can cure the stomach diseases.
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