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japla is the small increasing town in palamau, jharkhand .
It is situated at the border of Jharkhand and Bihar. Next station is Nabinagar, which is in Bihar this town is very beautiful . it's our pleasure that i born in this sweet place. i got primary,secondary education from japla.

Famous places in Japla .

  • Japla cement Factory
  • Hanuman madir
  • sury mandir
  • son river in (Devri)
  • Cricket stadium (puchmba)
  • sidhanath cinema hall
  • Sarswati vidya madir ,japla
  • ETC........................


In 1740 'Hidayat Ali Khan' was nominated as Jagirdar of Japla in Jharkhand state. (That time it was in Bihar state) The name Hussainabad is after Nawab Ghulam Hussain. They built fortresses and helped in development of Japla, Hussainabad.


Hussainabad is located at 24.53°N 84.02°E.[2] It has an average elevation of 145 m (476 ft). Hussainabad (Japla) is a small town in Jharkhand. it is on the border of Jharkhand & Bihar. The Railway station is known by the name of Jalpa. On moving towards the Bihar from Jharkhand, Kajratnawadih followed by Nabinagar is the next railway station from Japla. It is important to note that Railway is the main source for intercity commutation as there is hardly any road transport available. In approximately 4 km away from Japla is situated Sone Valley Cements Limited (formerly known as Sone Valley Port Land Cement Factory), one of the famous and oldest cement factory of India, which has ceased its operation from the year 1993. It is said the Mohraon Bungalow of the Sone valley Cements was among some of the finest bungalows in the sate of Bihar, equipped with all modern amenities. After the close of Sone Valley Portland Limited, the bungalow is in dilapidated state now. It is also believed that the initial economic growth in Japla could be attributed to Some Valley Cements Limited, whose employees used to visit the town to purchase goods for day to day needs, thus promoted trade and commerce in the town.

Visit JAPLA (i think u wiil definatly like this place) ::hope for your coming in japla::

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