1. Jhilimili-Baro Mile Forest
2. Sutan Lake
3. Talberia Dam
4. Rimil Eco Tourism Center
Bardi Pahar - Ashram
CULTURE & FESTIVALS OF MUKUTMANIPUR
Don't miss the 'Cockfighting' which is arranged by the villagers during Tusu festival.
As the last day of 'Poush' is called Makar Sankranti, people from 'Santhal' community celebrate 'Makar Parab' during this time. People enjoy their gala days with meat, rice brew and fowl. A home-made drink named 'Hanriah' and dance on Dhamsa Madal's beats add extra charm to their festivity.
Karam festival is celebrated on 'Bhadra Ekadashi' and is mainly arranged for perfect cultivation and happiness of children. During this celebration, only one branch of a Karam tree is being separated from the tree and unmarried girls worship the branch.
Bandna(Saharai) is another popular tribal festival celebrated on the sacred day of Kartik Amavasya in the month of November. Villagers give huge importance to their pets as well as animals and they performed the puja mainly for them. People wash their cows and bulls, feed them well, decorate them with ornaments and natural colors. They sing 'Ohira' to acknowledge the contribution of the animals in their lives. Celebrating the Saharai festival, Santhal people show their gratitude to 'Ma Bhagabati' for golden-yellow paddy fields.