[ jahr-kuhnd ]
/ ˈdʒɑr kənd /
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a state in NE India, created in 2000 from S Bihar. 28,833 sq. mi. (74,677 sq. km). Capital: Ranchi.
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How to use Jharkhand in a sentence
Sonu Kumar Singh, a 12-year-old from an indigenous community, lives in a village called Jagtu in a rural district of the state of Jharkhand.Schools in India have been closed since March. The costs to children are mounting.|Parth M.N., Joanna Slater, Niha Masih|December 30, 2020|Washington Post
British Dictionary definitions for Jharkhand
/ (ˈdʒɑːkʌnd) /
a state of NE India, created in 2000 from the S part of Bihar: consists of part of the Chota Nagpur plateau; mineral extraction, including coal and mica. Capital: Ranchi. Pop: 26 909 428 (2001). Area: 74 677 sq km (28 833 sq miles)
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