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Susunia Hill

Susunia Hill, with a height of about 440 m, is an ideal place for rock climbing in West Bengal. It is the second rock climbing site in the state after Darjeeling hills. Stone inscriptions of the fourth century king, Chandra Verma, were discovered from this place. Every year a fair is conducted at the southern foot of the hills.

From Bankura on the Bankura-Purulia road, one has to alight at Chhatna. Susunia is 7 km north of Chhatna. Direct bus service is available from Bankura.

Updated on 2nd December, 2005
District: Bankura


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