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“Be sure to lay wide streets planted with shady trees, every other of a quick growing variety. Be sure that there is plenty of space for lawns and gardens, reserve large areas for football, hockey and parks; earmark areas for Hindu Temples, Mohammedan Mosques and Christian Churches.”
- Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata in a letter to His son Dorabji Tata in 1902.
Jamshedpur; the ‘dream come true’ of India’s giant industrialist J N Tata and the first planned industrial conurbation of India is the largest and the most populated metropolitan of the Indian state of Jharkhand. Visualized by Jamsetji Tata in early 20th century and christened as ‘Jamshedpur’ by Lord Chelmsford in the honor of its founder, this metropolis originally reckoned by the epithet ‘Kalimati’ is now bequeathed with an adoring sobriquet ‘the Steel City of India’. Also known as ‘Tatanagar’ after its Tatanagar Railway Station, Jamshedpur functions as the administrative command center of the East Singhbhum district of Jharkhand. Nestled on the Chota Nagpur Highlands and enclosed by the imperial Dalma Hills, Jamshedpur is delimited by the Subarnarekha River to its north and the Kharkai River to its west. The Jamshedpur city along with its adjoining terrains (Jamshedpur Urban Agglomeration) happens to be the third largest city of Eastern India following Kolkata and Patna.
Jamshedpur, one of the most burgeoning industrial plazas of Eastern India houses a number of leading companies of the country including Tata Motors, Tata Steel, Tata Power, Tata Technologies Limited, Telcon, Praxair, Lafarge Cement, BOC Gases, Tinplate, TCS, TCE, and many others. Not only that, Jamshedpur is also the home to ‘Adityapur’; one of the enormous industrial zones of India where more than 1,200 small and medium scale industries operate. On the other hand, Jamshedpur is acclaimed not only for its Herculean industrial breakthrough but also for its standing as one of the most ‘well engineered’ and ‘well maintained’ urban settlements of India. Due to the high standards of living, commendable sanitation and hygiene, safety and welfare of the residents, well laid roads and avenues and overall impressive ambience, Jamshedpur has been ascribed as a ‘Global Compact City’ by United Nations under their ‘Global Compact Cities Pilot Program’.
Jamshedpur was proclaimed the 7th cleanest city of India in the year 2010 while it was pronounced the 7th richest city of the country in 2007. What is more, Jamshedpur has also been declared the 84th fastest evolving burghal in the world for the timeline of 2006–2020. It is to be noted that Jamshedpur happens to be the only ‘million plus’ city of India that doesn’t have a municipal corporation. Jamshedpur is a cosmopolitan civic where people from all over the country coming from diverse social, cultural and religious backgrounds dwell in a harmonious symmetry. All the Indian festivals including Diwali, Holi, Idd, and Christmas are celebrated here with equal zest and enthusiasm. True to its nickname; ‘a Mini India’, Jamshedpur justly embodies the axiom ‘Unity in Diversity’.

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