Jharkhand geography is a thorough study of the physiography of the territory of Jharkhand. The geography of Jharkhand seems to be a reflection of the socioeconomic and political background of the territory of Jharkhand. Talking about the geography of Jharkhand, it can be said that Jharkhand occupies a forest track in the Santhal Parganas and the Chhotanagpur plateau. Jharkhand is a mountain region which is covered with a dense growth of forests. Jharkhand is located in the eastern part of India bordering the states of Bihar, West Bengal, Orissa, and Chattisgarh. Tropic of Cancer passes through Kanke, few kilometers away from Ranchi, the capital of Jharkhand, making it the only state in India touched by the Tropic of Cancer. Most of the Jharkhand region is part of Chotanagpur plateau, which also extends to some parts of West Bengal, Chattisgarh, and Orissa. This region is made up of ancient stone Arkiyan Granite Tatanis. Much of the state is still covered by forest. Forest preserves support the population of tigers and Asian Elephants. Soil content of Jharkhand state mainly consists of soil formed from the disintegration of rocks and stones. This book contains the fundamental and basic information on the subject and the selection of contents makes it an appropriate book for the students.