Dhanbad is the second-most populous city in the Indian state of Jharkhand. Dhanbad ranks 33rd largest city in India and ranks 42nd largest million-plus urban agglomeration in India. It has been ranked 94th among 111 cities for the Ease of Living Index and is the 96th fastest growing urban area of the world by City Mayors. Dhanbad has an average elevation of 227 m (745 ft). Its geographical length (extending from north to south) is 15 miles (24 km) and the breadth (stretching across east to west) is 10 miles (16 km).
Historical, Cultural facts & Religion
Dhanbad district was constituted in 1956 by carving out the old Dhanbad subdivision, Chas and Chandankiyari police stations of the Sadar subdivision of the erstwhile Manbhum district. Dhanbad is a Police district since 1928. Dhanbad has a large mix of different cultures and people. There is a significant percentage of people who are Bengalis, Biharis and locals. There are also significant Gujarati, Punjabi and Tamil, Malayali, Telugu, Marwari Rajasthani communities who have been living in Dhanbad for a long time. Hinduism is the majority religion in Dhanbad city with 81.22 % followers. Islam is the second most popular religion in the city of Dhanbad with approximately 17.10 % following it. In Dhanbad city, Christianity is followed by 0.47 %, Jainism by 0.09 %, Sikhism by 0.65 % and Buddhism by 0.65 %.
Brief City History
Dhanbad, city, eastern Jharkhand state, north-eastern India. It lies in the Damodar River valley near the Jharia coalfield and is an important agricultural trade centre. Dhanbad is a major junction point for roads and rail lines in the region. The Indian School of Mines, affiliated with the University of Bihar, and the Central Fuel Research Institute are located there. The Damodar River, which crosses from east to west the region in which Dhanbad is sited, is flanked by irrigation tanks and fields of rice, corn (maize), and oilseeds. Jharia and other nearby coalfields have helped make the region India’s leading coal producer. Industries in and around the city include coal washing, the production of coke, and thermal electric power generation. In 2006 Dhanbad was reconstituted administratively when it annexed a large number of adjacent towns and villages. One result of the reorganization was that it became the most populous city in the state. Area city, 137 square miles (355 square km).
Language (s) Written & Spoken
Official, Bengali, Hindi, English, Khortha, kurmali. Dhanbad is the second-most populous city in the Indian state of Jharkhand. The present district used to be a part of, Manbhum region.
Important Types of Commerce in Dhanbad.
Dhanbad is the second-most populous city in the Indian state of Jharkhand. Dhanbad ranks It is famous for its coal mines and industrial establishments; the city is surrounded by about 112 coal mines with a total production of 27.5 million.
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