Bhabani Pathak's Tilla
"The Damodar River Valley Project on the Damodar River and its principal tributary, the Barakar River, is located in eastern India. The four main multipurpose dams located at Tilaiya, Konar, Maithon and Panchet were commissioned during 1953-1959. In addition, a single purpose reservoir on the main stream, the Damodar, at Tenughat was constructed later in 1974. While the four earlier dams are controlled by Damodar Valley Corporation, Tenughat Dam is controlled by the Government of Jharkhand. Durgapur Barrage, constructed downstream of all the dams, is controlled by the Government of West Bengal. Durgapur Barrage and the canal network, was handed over to the Government of West Bengal in 1964.\nIn 1932, the Anderson weir was constructed at Randiha. As a result, irrigation facility has been available in the lower Damodar basin before the advent of dams by means of the diversion weir on the Damodar River and Eden canal. It is about 19 kilometres (12 mi) downstream of Durgapur Barrage."
"Troika Park is a fun place for kids near city center. It has got a toy-train, a few rides and a bunch of other attractions. A deer park is placed near by, in which tourists are allowed to walk around and if enthusiast enough, one can try small rubbing on deer. \nAnother attraction here is the calm and beautiful lake where one can try for a leisure boating. This park is a place for children and they take pleasure in a ride in this park. It is wonderful, highly attractive for kids"
"Garh Jungle is also called Dharma Garh of Raja Surath and is quite and adventurous place. The place is supposed to be one of oldest places of ancient India. \nPresently, Durga Puja is piously done every day here after the rediscovery of this place by Jogiraj Brahmananda Giri, after spending 12 years in deep jungle, of the Dasnami cult. This commemorates the ancient practice of Durga puja at the same temple constructed by Raja Surath. Thousands of devotees across the world visit the place at the special season Durga Puja."
Garh Jungle (Dharma Garh of Raja Surath)
"Durgapur Steel Plant (Bengali: ????????? ?????? ???????) is one of the integrated steel plants of Steel Authority of India Limited, located in Durgapur, in the eastern Indian state of West Bengal. It has played a historically important part in the industrial development of India. Although not a separate company, it is the largest industrial unit in the state of West Bengal.. It is the first Ingot(1960) producing steel plant in India. Apart from it its the only steel plant in India which produces train wheels for all passenger cars which includes Rajdhani, Shatabdi Express."
Durgapur Steel Plant