(Last Updated on : 14-05-2019)
Suryakund Hotspring, also known as Surajkund, is a natural hot spring in the Hazaribagh distric
t of Jharkhand
. It has hot water with sulfur in it, which has healing properties. Tourism
department of Jharkhand Government
has planned to build this spot potential for commercial purpose. Suryakund Hotspring is claimed to be the hottest spring of India with its surface temperature of 87 degree Celsius and its average subsurface temperature of 165 degree Celsius. On the basis of recent assessment, India possesses large potentiality for geothermal energy and Suryakund Hotsrping is one of the most prospective sites. There are five kunds or springs in total - Surya
Kund, Brahm Kund, Ram
Kund and Sita
Kund. These are located in one place with water varying from very hot to cool. A Durga
temple has been constructed recently near to this spot.
Visiting Information to Suryakund Hotspring
Suryakund Hotspring is located at a distance of 72 km from Hazaribagh and 5 km from Barkatha. This hotspring can be visited by National Highway
19. Ranchi Airport
and Hazaribah Town Railway Station
are the mediums for transportation
to reach this spot.
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