On the route from Purulia to Bankura, the Susunia Pahar (Hills) are located in the Bankura district in southern West Bengal. Bankura is 13 miles away and Chhatna is 10 km away. At an elevation of 1200 feet, Susunia Hills boast a beautiful panorama, luxuriant green trees ... , and red soil. Bankura's Susunia Hill is renowned for its archaeological legacy; it is the site of the earliest rock carving in West Bengal and is also home to several animal fossils, including those of the giraffe, the Asiatic lion, and the hyena, all of which have mysterious storylines. Susunia Hills are further decorated by the Gandheswari River and "Palash" on top of that. The greatest time to explore Susunia Hills is in the spring, when the entire area glows orange and is particularly appealing to nature photographers. You can see a bunch of birds like Asian Paradise Flycatcher and Indian Pitta along with a various butterflies like Golden Angel, Tawny Raja, Spotted Swordtail, etc.