West Bengal Hazard Mapping : Earthquake

According to GSHAP data, the state of West Bengal falls in a region of low seismic hazard in the south-west that rises steadily towards the east and the north of the state. As per the 2002 Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) map, this state also falls in Zones II, III, IV & V. Historically, parts of this state have experienced seismic activity in the M5.0-6.0 range. Approximate locations of selected towns and basic political state boundaries are displayed. This map can be reproduced in print or electronically for non-commercial use provided the embedded website link is not removed. and use it to organise these maps on your computer for future reference.


Picture of Seismic Map of West Bengal Seismic Map of West Bengal

Important Links To Download

  1. Report On Earthquake in Sikkim-Nepal Border 2011