Godda district is one of the twenty-four districts of Jharkhand state in eastern India. It lies in the northeastern part of the state. The geological region that presently involves Godda locale used to be a piece of the recent Santhal Parganas area. Godda town is the home office of Godda area. The territory of the area is 2110 km², with a populace of around 861,000. The locale is with no rail connect, the closest railroad station being hansdiha. The principle monetary action of the general population is farming, and significant harvests are paddy, wheat and maize.
Godda is the place where there is a clan called Santhals. Godda isn't just a place where there is clans, the neighborhood occupants additionally incorporate the non-innate and urban individuals. Godda is generally well known for the Rajmahal coalfield in Lalmatia. It is a vital piece of Jharkhand and is known for its slopes and little backwoods. The mine present here is a vital piece of ECL coalfields and is among the greatest in entire Asia. Until the late 1980s Godda was brimming with woods and was a remote place a long way from science and innovation and was living in a dim age as different areas of Jharkhand.