Bokaro is a settlement in the Indian state of Jharkhand. Known by the name of Manbhum in the forgone times, Bokaro was born after subdivision of Dhanbad district in 1991. The city of Bokaro stands among the most populated settlements in Jharkhand due to its multiethnic inhabitance. Over the years, Bokaro has witnessed stellar infrastructural developments and has unmatchable qualities as compared to any other city in Jharkhand.
Bokaro is hoisted at a height of 690 feet and cascades across 2883 sq. km. On a contrast, one portion of land of Bokaro is well carved out whereas the other is a hilly terrain and small streams flow through them. Such geography of Bokaro classifies its climate as temperate. The average temperature during the summers touches 38°C and 22°C in winters.
The 'Steel City' of Jharkhand has limited places of interest that are frequented by the locals as well as visitors. The notable names include Bokaro City Centre, Parasnath Hills, Ram Mandir, Aiyappa Temple, Jagannath Temple and Rajrappa Temple.