The Southwest Ranchi Jharkhand Region is in the state’s southwest corner, and although mining is present, most of its people still depend for their livelihood on farming and selling firewood and herbs in the local markets.
It is an area of jungles and hills, with more than 7,000 villages and 10 towns and cities spread among them. But the traditional lushness of the vegetation in some areas has been eradicated by an extensive drought, which is also threatening local agriculture.
The Central Ranchi Jharkhand Region
The Southeast Ranchi Jharkhand Region
Many tribal people in the Southwest Ranchi Region now find work in more industrial jobs, like brick-making and transportation.
Rural and urban exist side-by-side in the Southwest Ranchi Jharkhand Region.
This traditional well furnishes water for the indigenous people; the women and children haul the water on their heads in the metal pots.