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Kolkata to Ghatshila is a very well-known route for both leisure and work. Ghatshila is best known for its mines. Ghatshila is Asia's first copper mine and the world's second deepest mine. It is located in a forest area on the Subarnarekha River. It has a railway station located on the main line of the South Eastern Railway. Ghatsila was once the headquarters of the kingdom Dhalbhum.
Ghatsila is rich in diversity, with many dams, waterfalls, rivers, forests, mountains, and valleys. Even at sunset, the scenes are stunning. The village feel is mixed with a township. Some areas still have people farming for a livelihood; these areas remain unexplored. Ghatshila, which means "rocky landing of a river", (here Ghat is River wharf, quay, and Shila is Rocky land), can be found in the East Singhbhum district, Jharkhand, India. Ghatshila is renowned for its natural beauty and is a popular tourist spot in Jharkhand. Ghatshila is a popular health resort, and many tourists from Bengal visit there when the weather is changing. Ghatshila is also known for the great Bengali novelist Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay. One of his masterpieces is "Pather Panchali". JTDC (Jharkhand Tourism Development Corporation) takes initiative to promote state tourism throughout the country and overseas.
Ghatshila was ruled over by Bengali communities during the middle period of Indian history. They were later expelled by Dhalbhum Dynasty, who established Ghatshila as their capital. Yuvraj is the title given to the oldest son of the ruling monarch. Dhalbhum Raja Jagannath built the "Rankini Mandir" at Galudih. However, it was moved to Ghatshila several years later with all its associates. This region was under the Rajas of Dhalbhum, who were able to keep their control until colonial British rule.
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Kolkata to Ghatshila by car is well connected through NH16, NH49 & NH18 and is very convenient and comfortable drive. Kolkata to Ghatshila distance is 240 Km and is 5 hours journey. Other famous tourist places on this route and nearby are :
Being an Aggregator, CabBazar provides you enormous car options for your Kolkata to Ghatshila taxi booking. You can mention your specific preference, if any, while raising a taxi booking request. Our partnered taxi services providers have various cars available with them for Kolkata to Ghatshila taxi service. At high level, we classify taxi in below four categories :
|Vehicle Type||Model||Capacity||Per Km Rate|
|Hatchback||Wagon-R, Indica or similar||4 seater||Rs. 9|
|Sedan||Dzire, Etios or similar||4 seater||Rs. 9|
|SUV||Marazzo, Ertiga or similar||6 seater||Rs. 12.5|
|Assured Innova||Innova, Innova Crysta||6 seater||Rs. 13.5|
CabBazar is committed to keep the pricing as simple and clear as possible. So, we provide one price for your Kolkata to Ghatshila taxi which covers a specified maximum kilometer and maximum days. So, you know upfront how much taxi is going to cost you and plan your budget well.
The prices are dynamic and transparent and give a win-win deal for both you and our partnered taxi services providers. CabBazar provides the best price for Kolkata to Ghatshila cab and our prices are generally 20% lower than competition.
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