The Palamu was known by the Mughals as ‘Palaun’ or ‘Palaon’. The history of Palamus is very true from the Mughal period. The Palamu County District was established on 1st January 1892. Prior to this, it was a small section with headquarters in Daltonganj shortly after the uprising of 1857. In 1871 pargana japla and Belauja were relocated from Gaya to Palamu. The earliest history of Palamus is covered with myths and traditions.
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The Plam is known for its lush jungle, rich in wildlife, beautiful waterfalls, and the rich cultural diversity that restores the remains of the past. Palamu, with its magnificent natural beauty, hopes to be the most popular tourist destination in Jharkhand.
The region has an area of 4393 km2.
There are a total of 21 districts in Palamu.
There are 1870 villages in the region.
There are 9 total cities in the region.
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