Nimdih is a village located between Jamshedpur and Purulia, 40 kms to each. Situated on 60 bighas of land, is the Loksevayatan, an institute established in 1948 in the memory of Mahatma Gandhi. The institute was founded by freedom fighters Subodh Kumar Roy and his wife Basanti Roy. Their grandson Debdip Roy currently runs the institution along with his mother. The Ashram is situated at the foothills of the Dolma range and offers a picturesque and enchanting view of the region. The Ashram provides the economically disenfranchised, underprivileged children with education, and promotes local folk culture. They also work in the fields of organic farming and village industry. The Dol Utsav is a colorful festival which is celebrated in Nimdih. The people living in Nimdih lead a simple, rustic life and is devoid of the hustle and bustle of urban areas.
There are 8 beautiful cottages, spacious enough to accommodate 100 persons. Guests can relax in the balcony and enjoy the Indian traditional meals while relishing the beauty of the Hills at the horizon
Many workshops and trainings on the local folk culture are conducted here in the Ashram.
Nimdih will celebrate 'Basanta Utsav' also known as the festival of colours on 12-14 March, 2017.