Fondly called "the land of a thousand gardens", Hazaribagh is a plateau-town in North Jharkhand, India, situated 2019 ft. above sea level.
From waterfalls and lakes to hills and valleys, Hazaribagh exhibits a scintillating natural charm. While some parts of the town are table-top flat, the lower regions offer stunning landscapes.
Hazaribagh's history can be traced back to as far as 9500 BCE. Over the years of its evolution, the town has played the roles of a military settlement, a hill station, a health resort, an educational hub, and a prominent trading centre.
Hazaribagh is home to two indigenous artforms: Sohrai & Khovar. Sohrai is a delightful nature art, while Khovar is a black and white, comb-cut marital decorative art. Both Sohrai and Khovar are done on mud walls in the villages of Hazaribagh.