- Bokaro Steel Plant
: Bokaro Steel Plant, founded by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, is the oldest and largest steel plant in the country. Bokaro Steel factory's overall output capacity of roughly 5 million metric tons per year, which will be doubled in a few years as the factory develops exponentially, now meets about half of the nation's need for steel. SAIL and DVC have partnered to build the plant. All engineers on the continent aspire to work in the Bokaro plant, and many tourists come to see the impressive facility.
Distance: Bokaro Steel Plant is 50 kilometres away from Kathara
- Garga Dam
: Garga Dam, which is about 12 km from the city centre, provides water to the steel mill as well as the city's people. The Garga River serves as the foundation for the dam, hence its name. The dam, which is surrounded by beautiful vegetation, is a feat of engineering. The dam is well-known among tourists in addition to being famous for school field trips. On the edges of the dam, one can even see some impressive avifauna.
Distance: Garga Dam is 40 kilometres away from Kathara
- Parasnath hills
: The Parasnath Hills are also referred to by the Jains as Shri SammetShikharTeerth because they are a popular destination for Jain pilgrims. The 23rd Jain Tirthankar, Parshvanath, is thought to have obtained salvation here, making Sikharji, which has its highest peak at an elevation of 1350 meters, a popular pilgrimage site for Jains. On the Parasnath hills, there are a lot of additional temples, making it a holy place. Another factor that lures visitors to the area to take in the view is the beauty that the area covers, which also makes it tranquil and serene.
Distance: Parasnath Hills is 66 kilometres away from Kathara