Deoghar, considered to be a holy city, is a part of the Indian state of Jharkhand. It functions as the administrative headquarters of the Deoghar District. It is located in the Santhal Parganas division of harkhand. This city is known for the famed Baidyanath Dham Temple which is one of the 12 Jyotirlinga shrines in India. The city has mythological origins and houses famous mythological temples. Thus Deoghar attracts a lot of tourists and devotees. The famous educational institutions in the city are Deoghar College, Deoghar Ramakrishna Mission and the campus of Birla Institute of Technology. The city has over 2 lakh residents who speak in Hindi. Other popular tourist destinations in and around the city are the Tapavan, the Trikut Parvat, Naulakha Mandir, Nandan Pahar and Sri Sri Thakur Anukul Chandra Satsang Ashrama.
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