Wednesday, 30 August 2017

A Business trip or Festive tour: have it at Hotel Cocoon Dhanbad

Get the best out of Festive tour at Hotel Cocoon Dhanbad



Dhanbad is located in the eastern part of India in the state of Jharkhand. After Jamshedpur, it is known to be the top industrial city of Jharkhand. The city is home to people from different religions, society and culture that live together in peace and harmony. Dhanbad is a great tourist destination because of the presence of coal mines, lakes, wildlife, waterfalls, dams, mountains and rivers.


Dhanbad has a huge number of coal mines, coal washers and even a famous research institute, which is the Indian School of Mines. No doubt, the city is known as the ‘Coal Capital of India’. Hence, Dhanbad attracts a lot of tourists from all over India and even abroad and is also known to be a popular business destination. A large number of business people prefer Business Hotels in Dhanbad. They provide excellent service along with many facilities.
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Whatever be the event, food plays an important role. The Caramel is the hotel's Multi Cuisine Restaurant which offers scrumptious food. It offers both Indian and continental food to suit your palate. There are the best chefs in business at Dhanbad to provide you and your guests with the perfect dining experience.


A number of festivals are celebrated in Dhanbad due to its rich cultural diversity. Not only the residents, those staying in Dhanbad hotels or visiting here get a chance to be a part of these events. Some of the major festivals celebrated with lot of excitement in Dhanbad are:



Holi - It is celebrated on Phalgun Purnima in the month of March. Here, people believe in the legend of Holika and light bonfire on the eve of Holi followed by playing with colors the next day.

Diwali - It is one of the major festivals which start with Dhanteras followed by the worship of Goddess Lakshmi. People decorate their homes with lights, candles and diyas. Tribal people usually worship Maa Kali on the day of Diwali.

Chhath Puja - It is celebrated twice a year, in March and November. Sun God is worshipped on this day.

Basant Panchami - This day is celebrated to welcome the spring season with various rites and rituals. Kite flying is another major activity during this time.

Ramnavami - This festival is celebrated to commemorate the birth of Lord Rama with people fasting and offering prayer. This marks the beginning of the wedding season in the region.

Karma - It is one of the most popular tribal festivals where they fast and perform cultural performances while placing a branch of Sal on the ground.

Sarhul - This is another tribal festival where they worship Goddess Sarna who is believed to protect them from natural calamities.
Dussehra - This festival is celebrated for 10 days to rejoice the victory of Lord Rama.


Other festivals like Vishwakarma puja, Durga puja and Eid are also celebrated in Dhanbad like in other parts of the country with pomp and fervor. No one can afford to miss any of these festivals while staying in Dhanbad. Best options for staying in boutique hotels in Dhanbad.  All the festivals are celebrated with great joy and frolic without any kind of discrimination.

Tuesday, 15 August 2017

5 Best Places to Visit When You Are In Dhanbad
Dhanbad is a place that’s preferred by leisure and business travelers alike. Best time to visit Dhanbad is from February to December. Sightseeing in Dhanbad will take around half a day or an entire day, but to cover all places, travelers need to stay in Dhanbad for 2 to 3 days. There are many Dhanbad hotels that would cater to all kinds of budgets.

This city is renowned for its coal industries and factories, and is one of the most successful commercial areas across India. Dhanbad is commonly known as the ‘Coal Capital of India.’ But there are quite a few places here that are famous for their natural beauty and have emerged as popular visitor spots:
  • Maithon Dam: Constructed over River Barakar, Maithon Dam is a captivating site for the tourists. A famous picnic spot, this dam was originally constructed for flood control. As families and tourists gather to enjoy the calming weather and the soothing surroundings, the riverside also provides visitors with a mesmerizing view of the sunset.
  • Kalyaneshwar Mandir: Kalyaneshwar temple is located at a distance of 5kms from the Maithon Dam. Interestingly, the dam derives its name from the temple. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Shakti, and witnesses hundreds of pilgrims across the years from across the country and even abroad.
  • Jharia: Jharia is one of the largest reservoirs of coal in the state of Jharkhand. It houses massive amounts of bituminous coal, which is burnt to get coke. Jharkhand’s economy is largely dependent on Jharia. This place draws a huge of students and academicians from all over, especially from the area of metallurgy.
  • Panchet Dam: Panchet Dam was constructed as a part of the multi-functional dams built under the Damodar Valley Corporation. The dam is located across River Damodar serving manifold tasks like power generation, flood control, irrigation among many others. The dam is set against the milieu of the Panchet hills and is an idyllic picnic spot. There are also many business hotels in Dhanbad located near this place.
  • Bhatinda Falls: Bhatinda Falls is another sought after picnic spot. Located amidst hills and greenery, the beauty of Bhatinda Falls is hard to miss! It is located at a distance of about 14 kms from Dhanbad station. The falls are not very steep, and hence, enable the tourists to traverse the upper reaches.

Dhanbad essentially provides the visitors with perfect amalgamation of nature and the man-made. While the coal-mines are indeed awe-striking, the surrounding nature and waterfalls fill the visitors with a refreshing vivacity. So do not miss visiting Dhanbad during your next winter holidays along with these alluring attractions!

Thursday, 10 August 2017

Why to choose a business class hotel during your travel to Dhanbad?

Traveling is a fun if you planned it decisively. Speaking of one of the finest destinations you can choose to travel to; is India. Talk about the cultural city of India, Dhanbad would be your best choice to visit with your loved ones or alone. However, one of the major concerns that surfaces, when traveling to a place you are not known too much to, is the safety and security.
Dhanbad, now falls in Jharkhand (one of the states carved out of Bihar) up until November 15, 2000, is one of the coolest destinations you can choose to pay a visit to. Famous Chinese Traveler Huein Tsang, wrote about the richness of the place, and described it as the rich in culture. The city used to be heavily jam-packed with students back in one of the oldest histories of India, is now one of the fastest growing economies across the nation.
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With various tourist-views such as; hot springs and ages old temples in Dhanbad, it is imperative to look for a safest shelter and closest to your destination - no more than half an hour drive from the place of visit. A hotel with ratings such as four or five stars, would be your best choice to keep you safe in almost all the aspects. The purpose of this write-up is not to make you afraid of the negative insurgencies, and that is not even the question here (but the least), you need clean water and food though. You simply cannot rely on a street food from a street wander.
You need to hold your taste buds, as the place is famous for the various delicious Indian delicacies, you wouldn’t resist for. However, choosing to eat from a local wanderer for satisfying your Indian-Street-Food taste buds is not a healthy option. Especially, if you are allergic to certain edible substances in the food, it is better to seek out for an expert and for that, you need to visit a reputed Hotel or a certified Cuisine.
Besides, you can simply look for a guide for your tour de grand to all the tourist destinations, and they are readily available through these hotels. The purpose of your trip would be to make the visit memorable. This was the nitty gritty of something important, if you were not taking it into your consideration.

Wednesday, 9 August 2017

Dhanbad: A Small Description

The city of Dhanbad came into existence when the government of India declared it a part of the state of Bihar in 1956. Up until, November 15, 2000, when a new state of Jharkhand carved out of Bihar on the geographical and the political maps, it now falls in Jharkhand. The city has no historical significance in the beginning two decades of the early 20th century but later on, became the “Coal Capital of India”.
Present-day Dhanbad is one of the fastest growing economies in the country and is one of the famous tourist places across the nation. The place is well known for its temples and hot springs. The famous Chinese Traveler Huein Tsang also describes the richness of the place in his travel log. The city has golden quadrilateral road layout that connects Kolkata and the Capital Delhi.
Given that, the place has a great tourism value, it is important to look for certain things before checking out the place;
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  • Insane traffic: - It is but obvious; the first thought that hits your head, when you are planning to travel in almost any part of the India. You need to prepare yourself for the long traffic and the frustration you are going to get, driving a two wheeler or more. However, the case is not the same in every part, but urban ones only. Ninety-five percent of the cities are affected by traffic, ranging from; mild to huge.
  • Avoid ordering food on Railway Station: - It is essential if you avoid all foods from any platform. The food is mostly stale and is never a good option for a whole breakfast, or lunch and much less for a dinner. Better go for a reputed multi cuisine restaurant where your money will find the worthy value.
  • Be an expert bargainer: - Never get intimidated when you are street shopping. Be a good bargainer. Chances are, the stuff, local sells you, could be a manifold of the regular price.
  • Respect the dress code: - Certain places of India, has local dress code strictly against, over cleavage and exposure of the dress.       
  • Make good use of Guesthouses and hotels: - They are readily available in almost any part of the nation.