During British rule Gumla was a member of the LOHARDAGA region. In 1843 it was incorporated into the province of BISHUNPUR which was renamed RANCHI. The ranch of the ranch actually came into being in 1899. In 1902 Gumla became a Sub-division under the Ranchi region. On 18 May 1983 the GUMLA DISTRICT was formed .Sri Jagannath Mishra then the then prime minister of Bihar opened it and Sri Dwarika Nath Sinha secured the position of first deputy commissioner of the newborn district. GUMLA is a historic site that has not yet been included in the research map.
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It is famous for the ancient temple of lord Shiva at the foot of the hill. It is also famous for its religious statues and for the Mahasadashiv temple in the Gumla region.
The region has an area of 5327 km2.
There are 3 total villages in Gumla.
There are 107 villages in the region.
There are only 1 city in the region.
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