Biharinath Hill in Bankura, West Bengal, India - get details, & find more attractions to visit nearby

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Biharinath Hill

Biharinath Hill, West Bengal 722153

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About Biharinath Hill

Biharinath is the second highest hill in the Bankura district of the sub-Himalayan range.  It is a place where one can take a break from the daily busy life and simply rejuvenate one's mind and soul.



Attractions near Biharinath Hill

Susunia Hill20.64km from Biharinath Hill

A famous spot in the Bankura District for indigenous sports like mountaineering, rock climbing, and trekking. The entire hill is covered luxuriously with lush green shrubs and tall trees. There also stands an ancient but impeccably carved monolith structure on the Susunia Hill named as the Narasimha Stone.

Panchet Dam22.72km from Biharinath Hill

Panchet Dam was the last of the four multi-purpose dams included in the first phase of the Damodar Valley Corporation. It was constructed across the Damodar River at Panchet in Dhanbad district in the Indian state of Jharkhand, and opened in 1959.

Panchet Dam22.88km from Biharinath Hill

Panchet Dam was the last of the four multi-purpose dams included in the first phase of the Damodar Valley Corporation. It was constructed across the Damodar River at Panchet in Dhanbad district in the Indian state of Jharkhand, and opened in 1959.

Joychandi Pahar28.41km from Biharinath Hill

Joychandi Pahar is a hill which is a popular tourist attraction in Purulia district. A beautiful viewpoint , trekking area, rock climbing and so more.

Maithon Dam34.72km from Biharinath Hill

This dam was specially designed for flood control and generates 60,000 kW of electric power. There is an underground power station, the first of its kind in the whole of South East Asia. The dam is constructed on the Barakar River. The lake is spread over 65 square kilometres

Telkupi35.19km from Biharinath Hill

Telkupi is a submerged location of archaeological interest in the Purulia district of West Bengal, India. The area, along with most of the temples situated there, was submerged in 1959 as a consequence to the construction of a dam across the Damodar river at Panchet in Dhanbad district, then in Bihar.

Where is Biharinath Hill

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Bankura is an administrative unit in the Indian state of West Bengal. The district has been described as the "connecting link between the plains of Bengal on the east and Chota Nagpur plateau on the west.