True to its name, the idyllic hill, rising to a height of 300 feet, continues to preserve the legacy of the Nobel Laureate, Rabindranath Tagore. It lies within the city of Ranchi at Morhabadi , at a distance of 7 kms from the railway station and 10 kms from the airport. The elder brother of the Kabiguru, Jyotindranath Tagore, has visited the place in 1908. So enamoured was he by the captivating beauty of the Morhabadi Hill and its surrounding, that he set up his camp home on the hillock. Watching sunrise and sunset is one of the attractions for tourists. This is being converted into an art museum, which can be reached through a flight of easy steps.
Being in the midst of the city, the spot is easily accessible through light vehicles and three-wheelers.
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