BARBIL

Barbil, Hill Station Forest

In the district of Keonjhar, Barbil is a major town and also a municipality. It’s the region that surrounds this town is known as the fifth biggest region where iron deposits are traced. This area is also popular for the deposit of manganese. So, Barbil has become a major spot from revenue generation perspective and now catering both the state and central government in many ways. This place is located at a height of 477 meters above the sea level. The Barbil region is completely surrounded by hills. As a leading mining area, this part of the district welcomes everyone. There are many scenic hills and jungles that often attract visitors to explore Barbil.

This part of the district is also popular for its picnic spots, amazing waterfalls and scenic beauty. You can find all these charms at a very short distance from the town of Barbil. People use to come to this town from across India in order to find their bread and butter. Due to this reason, near about 50,000 people in this town are considered to be the outsiders who came from rest of India. Barbil as a town is popular for its industries. From steel plants to iron plants and from mines to the ore crushers; at this town and surrounding areas finding all these industries is a common thing.