Susunia Hill

#3 of 9 things to do in Bankura

Susunia is a 1500 ft high slope of southern West Bengal, situated at the north-western part of Bankura District. It is regularly trusted that Raja Chandra Varma had once assembled his fortress on this slope. With a lot of characteristic excellence through falling cascades, a lot of greenery and waterway Gandheshwari streaming down the slope. Susunia is a truly flawless look with the stone appearances meaut for mountain climbers. Susunia is one of the rich stores of restorative plants. It is notable as an archaeological and fossil site.

 

Susunia Hill Photos

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