Located at around 1500 feet above sea level and surrounded by forests & hills, at McCluskieganj you can re-discover the lost days of India's colonial past. McCluskieganj is a sleepy Anglo-Indian town which was once called "Little England" due to about 400-500 Anglo Indian families there. Today, most of the old English mansions have been converted to guest houses for tourists. Today, McCluskieganj is just a rundown little village, a ghost from the past. Of the 400+ Anglo-Indian families which settled here in the 1930s, only about 23 are left. It's a place where like many other Jharkhand villages the Maoists rule the roost; where venturing out after sundown is not really safe.