Hazaribagh also spelled Hazaribag is a city and a municipality in Hazaribagh district in the Indian state of Jharkhand. It is the divisional central command of North Chotanagpur division. It is well known as a wellbeing resort and for Hazaribag Wildlife Sanctuary 17 km from city. It is spoken to in the Indian Lok Sabha by its Member of Parliament Jayant Sinha. The word 'Hazaribagh' is made of two Persian words: Hazar signifying 'one thousand' and bagh signifying 'plant'. Henceforth the significance of Hazaribagh is 'city of a thousand greenery enclosures'. As indicated by Sir John Houlton, nonetheless, the town takes its name from the little towns of Okni and Hazari – appeared on old maps as Ocunhazry.
The last syllable in its name presumably began from a mango woods which framed an outdoors ground for troops and explorers walking along a military street from Kolkata to Varanasi, built in 1782 and the next years. The Grand Trunk Road consequently supplanted this military street in the mid-ninth century, yet the format contrasted at places, especially around Hazaribagh. A broken down watch tower intended to monitor the military street is as yet unmistakable on Tower Hill, close Silwar. Before autonomy hazaribhag used to go under the home of Ramgarh Raj. The last leader of Ramgarh raj was Raja Bahadur Kamakya Narain Singh alongside his sibling Maharaja kumar Basant Narain Singh.