Trikut

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Trikut
Trikut Pahar
Trikut Pahar
Country India
State Jharkhand
ISO 3166 code IN-JH

Trikut Pahar (Trikut Hills, is situated 10 km away from Deoghar on the way to Dumka in Jharkhand state, India. There are three main peaks on the hill (the "tri-" of Trikutachal). The height of this hill[clarification needed] is 2470 feet. A rope way is most famous here it can be used to reach the top of the hill. The hill is covered by clouds in rainy seasons and waterfalls and small streams can be seen from July–September. The view from top of mountain is stunning and solar panels situated in Topovan (First solar energy hub in Jharkhand). Trikut is a popular tourist spot of Jharkhand state.[1]

Trikut pahar ropeway

Tapovan, which is famous for the temple of Taponath Mahadev, is at a distance of 10km from Trikut pahar. River Mayurakshi, which flows through several districts of the state of West Bengal and finally joins River Hooghly, originates from Trikut pahar. [2]

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  1. ^ "Trikut ropeway ready for climb". telegraphindia.com. July 22, 2009. Retrieved June 7, 2017. 
  2. ^ "Aerial trip in temple town - Deoghar resumes glider rides, starting Rs 300". telegraphindia.com. July 18, 2017. 

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