In the Indian state of Jharkhand, the Seraikela Kharsawan district contains this small scale town named Seraikela. It was once upon a time, a part of a princely state. Seraikela Chhau is a renowned dance belonging to this region. This particular dance form is one out of the three numbers of Chhau. It is a widely adored dance here in this area.
A royal palace is counted as one of the major attraction of Seraikela and it is also the principal landmark of the town. The origin of the palace can be traced back to a 300 years back. People visiting Seraikela shoud definitely see the palace and the spectacular style of architecture that is associated with the palace. The compound of the palace contains a temple, which is called the Mau Paudi.
Other locations for the tourists to visit are the Palna Dam, Subarnarekha Dam, Kali Sthan, Sri Ram Baba Ashram, Akarshani Mela, Karakatta Dam and Shahid Sthal.
HOW TO REACH SERAIKELA
By air: The closest air terminal is located in Ranchi.
By rail: The nearest railway station is situated in a place called Sini.
By road: One can reach this place via buses, taxis and private cars.