About Ranchi


Ranchi, the capital city of Jharkhand an eastern state of India, has a moderate climate. The city is situated in the heart of Chotanagpur at an altitude of 2140 feet (654.5 meters) above sea level, surrounded by thick forest and is known for its beautiful natural water falls. With its rich mineral resources and industrial base. Ranchi is fast developing into a major economic centre of the country. Expected maximum and minimum temperature during December are +20C & +5C respectively. Ranchi is well known for its scenic attractions, water falls, barren rocks and hillocks. It has a number of industrial complexes which are very important in the economic progress of any country. It is also an important place for the study of tribal way of life and offers an ideal opportunity to those interested in anthropology.


    Altitude: 2140 ft
    Area: 35 Sq.kms
    Temperature (Max./Min.) Deg C: Summer-40/21 Winter-20/6.
    Rainfall: 1530 mm (61.2 inches) annually.
    Clothing: Summer: Light Cotton, Winter: Heavy Woolen.
    Languages: Hindi, Nagpuria, Oraon, Mundari and Bangla.


Building Contractors in Ranchi are adding new heights to the building construction technologies and to the glory of the city too. The countrywide bug of development and growth in real state sector has also galvanized the properties in Ranchi and a renewed vigor of builders are being seen in erecting lofty buildings throughout the city. The effort of builders and Ranchi Development Authority is veneering the rough and coarse surface of the city with beautiful concrete structures of contemporary aspirations. Being the capital of the state, the city offers myriad opportunities for people from different social sections. The increasing population due to the factor has created a demand for more residential houses/flats. This, in turn, is prompting commercial builders and construction companies to establish townships within the boundaries of the city. The pace of construction work is expected to increase more because the demand for residential houses does not seem to scale down in the days to come. The Sri Ram C onstruction is certainly going to benefit; if you have some residential project to work on.