Jhargram is situated in the western part of Paschim Medinipur district of West Bengal. It has an average elevation of 81 metres (265 feet). It is known for its canopy of sal, teak, mahua, and peasal.
Beyond the Gangetic plains of Bengal, Jhargram offers the most exotic beauties of undulating topography culminating in hill ranges of Belpahari, Kankrajhor in the North to the serene beauties of meandering Subarnarekha river in the South. Jhargram is the paradise of nature lovers with bountiful forests of sal, mahul, wild Elephants, Deer and Birds.