Parasnath Hills are a scope of slopes situated in Giridih locale of Jharkhand. The most elevated pinnacle is 1350 meters. It is a standout amongst the most essential journey place for Jains. They call it Sammed Sikhar. The slope is named after Parasnath, the 23rd Tirthankara. Twenty of the twenty-four Jain Tirthankaras accomplished salvation on this slope. As indicated by approximately, nine Tirthakaras accomplished salvation on this slope.
For every one of them there is a hallowed place gumti or tuk on the slope. A portion of the sanctuaries on the slope are accepted to be over 2,000 years of age. Nonetheless, in spite of the fact that the place is habited from antiquated circumstances, the sanctuaries might be of later inception. The Santhals call it Marang Buru, the slope of the god. They commend a chasing celebration on the full moon day in Baisakh mid April.