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10 Most Beautiful Waterfalls Of The India

10 Most Beautiful Waterfalls Of The India

10 Most Beautiful Waterfalls Of The India

India,Travel Tips Oct 7, 2021 No Comments

There are thousands of waterfalls in India. Waterfall is also called waterfall and waterfall. It is a wonderful experience to see these waterfalls in the rain. If you are planning to visit in monsoon, then definitely visit any of our top 10 waterfalls.

10 Most Beautiful Waterfalls Of The India

  1. Dhundhar Waterfall:

This place is in Bhedaghat near Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh. The waterfall here is called Dhuandhar Falls which falls below a height of about 10 meters. This famous waterfall rises between two very beautiful marble hills. Its shade is unique and the sound of falling water is heard far away. When the water falls down, it tangles up to the top, due to which it smokes. Where there is this waterfall, the Narmada river flows between two white marble mountains. The thrill of boating in Narmada is something else.

  1. Kunchikal Falls:

Kunchikal Falls is located in Nidgodu village near Masthikatte in Shimoga district of Karnataka. The height of this waterfall is 455 m (1493 ft). It is one of the highest waterfalls in India. Kunchikal Waterfalls is also known by the local people as Kunchikal Abbe. Many other rivers flowing along the Varahi river merge with many of the waterfalls here during the monsoon. So in monsoon we see many more small waterfalls flowing around Kunchikal Falls. The nearest airport here is Bangalore. Another Barkana waterfall located in Shimoga, Karnataka is 259 meters high. This waterfall also falls down from the mountains of the Western Ghats by the river Sita. In this district, a waterfall falls by the Sharavati river at a height of 253 meters, which is called Jog Falls.

  1. Barehipani Waterfall:

Barehipani Falls falls from a height of 399 meters in Simplipal National Park in Mayurbhanj, Orissa. It is considered to be the second highest waterfall in India. This waterfall emerging from the river Budhabalanga of Meghasuni mountain range of Eastern Ghats is very picturesque. There is another waterfall next to this waterfall, named Joranda Waterfall.

  1. Meghalaya Waterfalls:

Nohkalikai Falls is located in the East Khasi Hills district in the Meghalaya state of Northeast India. It is about 340 meters high and it rains only for 12 months because it is present here Cherrapunji where the highest rainfall is recorded in India. Therefore, the weather here always remains pleasant. Due to continuous rain, the waterfall here always flows.

  1. Dudhsagar Falls:

Dudhsagar waterfall originates from the western Mandovi river in the Indian state of Goa, which falls on the mountains of the Western Ghats. It is about 320 meters high and Bhagwan Mahavir Sanctuary is also present near this waterfall. This waterfall is situated on the border of Karnataka and Goa state, 60 km from Goa’s capital Panaji.

  1. Meenmutty Falls:

This waterfall is located on the Western Ghats in the Wayanad district of Kerala. Kerala is surrounded by the scenic beauty of the Western Ghats. Located in Kerala, these waterfalls are up to 300 meters high.

  1. Thalaiyar Waterfall:

Thalaiyar Falls at Devadhanapatti in Theni district of Tamil Nadu is counted amongst some of the most beautiful waterfalls in India which is about 297 meters high by hire taxi service in jaipur. You can hire it for the outstation trip.

  1. Waterfalls of Pachmarhi:

For the waterfalls you should go to Pachmarhi of Madhya Pradesh, there are many waterfalls here. Rajat Prapat is the biggest and beautiful waterfall of Pachmarhi. This 106 feet high waterfall is one of the most visited places in Pachmarhi. Then there is the Bee Fall Falls, a 35 m high waterfall, which is very beautiful in appearance. On the way to Rajat Falls, Apsara is a small waterfall whose water is stored in a pond. This place is ideal to stop for some quiet time before coming to Bee Fall, the most popular tourist destination of Pachmarhi.

  1. Ranchi:

Ranchi is known as the city of waterfalls. Countless waterfalls flow here in the district. Jonha Falls is very popular in Ranchi, which is located in the local village Jonha, 45 km from Ranchi on the Purulia Highway. Apart from this, Hundru Falls, Dasham Falls, Sita Falls, Panchghagh and Hirani Falls are also worth seeing here.

  1. Chitrakoot Waterfall:

In Chitrakoot of Bastar division in Chhattisgarh, the waterfall also falls from a very high height. This waterfall is formed on the Indravati river, 39 km from Jagdalpur. The height of this waterfall is 90 feet.

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