Travel July 16, 2019
Waterfalls are a gift of nature which can instantly tranquilize your mind & provide relief from the heat. India has some of the best waterfalls in the world. These falls are great for a visit with your family & dear ones. This is not the whole list of waterfalls in India, but we are covering the ones which we find the best.
Jog Falls are situated in Shimoga district of Karnataka. The height of the falls is a whopping 253 meters (830 feet). These falls are created by the Sharavathi river in Sharavathi Valley. Jog Falls are counted in one of the highest waterfalls in India. They are one of the most important falls of South India as per tourism perspective.
Thoseghar Falls lie in the Konkan region in Maharashtra. They are the region’s most popular attractions along with Kaas Plateau and Kaas lake. Height of the Thoseghar Falls is 1150 feet, which makes them one of the best & highest in India. The natural beauty of the Konkan region makes this place a hot spot in the rainy season.
“Dudhsagar” means Ocean of Milk. These famous waterfalls in Goa are four-tired & stand at 1017 feet high. The falling of water from such a height gives it a white hue which creates an illusion of milk falling from the top. Dudhsagar Falls pack a lot of force when they’re in full swing.
These beautiful waterfalls are created by the Holy Narmada River in Madhya Pradesh. Dhuandhar Falls are created when the Narmada flows through the Marble Rocks of Bhedaghat. The area is also famous for Kanha & Bandhavgarh National Parks. The Chausath Yogini Temple is also famous here.
Andhra Pradesh is gifted with this natural beauty of Talakona Waterfalls. These falls stand at a height of 270 feet. The plantation around Talakona has medicinal properties along with Sandalwood trees. The starting point of the Talakona Waterfalls is the Tirumala mountain range.
Bhimlat Waterfalls are situated in Bundi, Rajasthan. They are known as an Oasis in the land of desert. The area is located around 206 km from Jaipur. The Bhimlat falls stand at a height of 60 meters. According to folklore, Bhimlat falls were created by Bhim to quench the thirst of Pandavas when they were on vanvaas.
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