India is blessed with many wonderful natural resources. Everything a tourist need is available in India. The priceless gifts of nature are hidden in every direction and in every state of India.
The beautiful huge waterfalls here, are so amazing that in front of them you will forget the waterfalls of foreign countries. You will bow down in front of their natural beauty.
The monsoon season in India is the peak of this natural beauty, the rivers are in full swing, the mountains are rising after a long sleep and the monsoon adorns the entire valley with waterfalls. The serenity in watching splendid lakes and beautiful flowers can’t be defined in words. India is full of natural beauty reserves.
Through this article, I want to tell you about the immeasurable beauty of some such attractive and magnificent waterfalls of India, which will make your romance blossom.
1. Khandadhar falls, Sundargarh
Khandadhar Waterfall is a very beautiful waterfall 104 km far from Rourkela. This beautiful waterfall of 244 meters high falls in the forest of Sundargarh and it is the highest waterfall in Odisha.
Watching the waterfall down here proves to be a thrilling experience. Also, due to the green surrounding area, this place attracts tourists more. You can also enjoy trekking here.
The sound of water amidst the lush green surroundings will keep you hooked at this place.
2. Jog falls, Karnataka
Karnataka is a state full of many amazing waterfalls. Jog Falls is a very beautiful waterfall which is located on the border of the Shimoga and Uttara Kannada districts of Karnataka state, India.
This waterfall is built on the Sharavathi River, the second-highest waterfall in India after the 335-meter high Nohkalikai Falls in the state of Meghalaya.
The height of Jog Fall is 254 meters. Jog Fall is also known as Gersappa or Joga Fall. This fall is one of the major tourist places in the state of Karnataka and remains the center of attraction of South India.
Jog Falls is situated on the Sharavathi River and it falls 254 meters in four parts.
3. Barkana falls, Karnataka
This waterfall is named after the hornless deer found here. Which the people here call “Barak”. It is 7 km from Agumbe and its height is 850 feet. Its source is the Sita River.
Tourists can reach it by any vehicle or by trekking. Many types of pad plants and herbs are found here in the Western Ghats. From Barkana View Point, you will be able to see the Western Ghats very well here.
The Guruji plant found here is the main attraction. This waterfall is a must-see in winters.
4. Thalaiyar falls, Tamil Nadu
974 feet i.e. 297 meters long, this waterfall is one of the longest waterfalls in Asia. Friends, when viewed from the sky, it looks like a rat’s tail, that is why it is also called Rat Tail Falls.
It is located in the Dindigul district of Tamil Nadu. Few people reach this waterfall, the reason for this is the forest around it. This forest is very scary. In this forest, there are small rivers, dark caves, and there are dreadful animals.
Due to this forest, no one has been able to reach this waterfall so far, nor has anyway been found to go here.
5. Meenmutty falls, Kerala
Meenmutty waterfall made of white water the most beautiful waterfall in India. This waterfall, built in the Wayanad district of Kerala, is 984 feet i.e. 300 meters long.
It is one of the largest waterfalls in South India, due to which the crowd of tourists can be seen here. During the night, the water of this spring shines due to the light of the moon, and the view is much eye-catching.
Friends, to reach this waterfall, one has to trek for 2-3 kilometers in the forests of Wayanad. To reach this waterfall, one has to trek for 2-3 kilometers in the forests of Wayanad. Many amazing animals can be seen in these forests built near this waterfall.
6. Kynrem falls, Meghalay
Kinerayam Falls, situated at a distance of only 12 km from Cherrapunji, is one of the tallest waterfalls in India. Due to its close proximity to Cherrapunji, rainfall is a major contributor to the water sources of this waterfall.
You might not know this thing but this waterfall is very special because friends, this waterfall is three-tiered. The total height of this waterfall is 305 meters i.e. 1001 feet.
This waterfall is located in Thangkharang Park and it is always open for tourists. If you ever visit Meghalaya, definitely enjoy its beauty.
7. Dudh Sagar falls, Goa Karnataka
One of the highest waterfalls in India, Dudhsagar Falls is one of the most beautiful waterfalls located in Goa. Friends, the height of this waterfall is 1020 feet i.e. 310 meters.
While Goa is remembered because of its beaches and sea, the Dudhsagar Falls is one of the favorite tourist destinations of Goa. You will be surprised and proud to know that this Indian waterfall is one of the top 100 must-visit waterfalls in the world.
The total thickness of this waterfall, divided into 5 pieces, is more than 30 meters, which makes it quite dangerous. there is also a train bridge over the Dudhsagar waterfall.
Many famous Bollywood films have also been shot on this waterfall. This place is adorable.
8. Nihkalikai falls, Meghalay
This waterfall is the third largest waterfall in India. Its height is more than 315 meters i.e. 1033 feet. This waterfall falls in the East Khasi Hills of Meghalaya.
The specialty of this waterfall is that it is divided into many pieces, due to which its beauty becomes very visible.
This waterfall, built near the small village of Mawsmai, is one of the highest waterfalls in India, but you will be surprised to know its width, this waterfall is 70 meters wide.
9. Nohsngithiang Falls, Meghalaya
Nohkalikai is the second largest waterfall in India. The height of this waterfall is 1115 feet i.e. 340 meters. Nohkalikai Falls, one of the largest waterfalls in India, is located in Cherrapunji, Meghalaya.
If you have read geography books as a child, then you would know that Cherrapunji is one of those places in India, which receives the highest rainfall throughout the year.
Cherrapunji is very famous for the bridge and oranges present here. Here the view near the waterfall looks amazing and unbelievable friends. Every tourist who comes here is surprised to see the beauty of this place.
10. Kunchikal Falls, Karnataka
Friends, Kunchikal Falls is in Karnataka. Their height is 1493 feet i.e. 455 meters. Friends, Kunchikal Falls looks very beautiful and terrible to see. It is the largest fall in India and the second largest in Asia.
These falls are in the village of Shimoga in Karnataka. You will be surprised to know that this fall is active not because of any river or lake but due to rain.
These falls are situated in the middle of a rainforest. If you ever go to visit here, then you will find how awesome and beautiful these falls are.