Bhoom is a town with a municipal council in Osmanabad district, Maharashtra, India, and it is the headquarters of Bhoom taluka.Bhoom municipal corporation is established in 1946.Bhoom is a small town situated in a valley of the Banashankar hill ranges of Sahyadri. It is situated on the banks of the River Banaganga, which eventually flows into the Bhima. The majority of its people are engaged in agriculture or related activities. Milk is a substantial side business for its farmers and non-farmers. Bhoom is also headquarters of a sub-division of Osmanabad district, and as a result houses a large number of government employees. Bhoom was a saunsthan(princely state)during the British raj & was ruled by Thorat Royal Family.