Tagore Hill


Tagore Hill which is 300 feet high is 3 kms from Ranchi and associated with a history pertaining to the Tagore family. Rabindranath Tagore is believed to have written a number of books on this hill. At the foot of the hill is the office of Ramkrishna Mission Ashram and the centre of Divyayan and Agrarian Vocational Institute. The Tagore Hill is taller than Ranchi Hill.

Tagore hill, also known as Moradabad Hill, is a 300 feet altitude hill located in the beautiful haven of Albert Ekka Chowk in Ranchi and is named after the world famous poet, Nobel laureate Rabindra Nath Tagore. The local history reveals that the hill has close relations with the Tagore family; it is assumed that the poet liked this hill due to its serene beauty and the extraordinary calmness and was a place for his literary work.

A centre of Divyayan and Agararian Vocational Institute and famous Ramakrishna Mission Ashram is located at the foot of the Tagore hill. This is a good place for hill climbing and spends some time at the top of the hill in seclusion.