Sakchi: The heart of the city, with the main markets and a few residential areas. Generally, the Sakchi market is crowded and dusty. Originally the village at which Jamshedpur was founded was called Sakchi too.

Bistupur: An upmarket commercial area and residential township, which caters more to the middle/upper-middle class. Most of the city’s showrooms and popular restaurants are situated here on the high street. Commands the highest real estate prices. Ram Das Bhatta, South Park, Contractors’ Area and Northern Town are the residential parts of Bistupur. Ram Das Bhatta is the oldest colony in Jamshedpur.

Kadma: A quiet residential locality next to Sonari. Situated here are living quarters for Tata Steel employees like Professional Flats, Dindli Enclave and the Kaiser bungalows. Ulian is a private locality next to this place. Famous landmarks are Uphar Apartment, Astha Vijay etc.

Sonari: Houses residential layouts & the city airport close to Rivers meet(Karkhai and Suvernarekha). Also, Home of Ramakrishna Ashram.

Baridih: Another township for the employees of Tisco. Flats and row houses have been constructed for them by Tisco itself.

Agrico: Home to the Agrico division of Tata Steel and hundreds of company quarters.

Baradwari: An area adjoining Sakchi.

Telco: This township is owned & maintained by Tata Motors.Telco officials and Employees are given full facilities from Medical to Entertainment in this Quarters.

Govindpur: This is the Area Contains Housing Colony Made by Government. Majority of People Living Here Works in Tata Motors Surrounded by Tata Motors , Tata Powers , Lafarge Cement Plant and Also a Way to Rakkha Copper Project and Jadugoda Mines.

Jugsalai: The area adjacent to the Tatanagar railway station. Big whole sale market for clothes, grocery, etc.

Sidhgora: The Biggest water tank of the city is located here.

Golmuri: Residential and market areas. The Doordarshan television tower is located here, besides a maidan where touring circuses often pitch their tents. There are plans to build an 18-hole golf course here. Home to the Akash Deep Plaza shopping complex.

Birsanagar: Named after freedom fighter Birsa Munda, who fought against the British. Birsanagar is the biggest residential area in Jamshedpur. It started out as a huge squatter settlement that was later legalised.

Sitaramdera:Named after founder of this locality Sitaram Soi, dera means Home. it is also known as hadiya basti. this place is at the middle of all part of jamshedpur. with good electicity and water supply and cleaness of high standard.

Mango: Situated across Subernarekha river, it’s a huge and growing residential area. Once a suburb, thanks to construction entrepreneurs it is now a property hotbed. Locations around Lake Dimna, offer the most scenic views in the City.

Adityapur: Connected to the Steel City by Kharkai Bridge, at one time held the status of Asia’s largest industrial estate. Most of the ancillaries catering to Tata Motors & Tata Cummins are located here.

Namda Basti: Located at the center of Jamshedpur.

Nildih: Home to the Tubes division of Tata Steel and quarters of employees working there.

Parsudih: A Bengali dominated region.

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