When it comes to beauty, India has a lot to offer. India has some of the most stunning waterfalls in the world. Each state has its very own show piece. Here is a list of 10 waterfalls in India whose beauty need to be appreciated.
1. Nohkalikai Falls, Meghalaya
Nohkalikai Waterfalls is around 5 km from Cherrapunjee and is the fourth highest waterfall in the world. Falling from a height of 1,100 ft, this fall is a great attraction of Cherrapunjee.
2. Soochipara Falls, Kerela
Also known as the ‘Sentinel Rock Waterfalls’, the Soochipara Falls is situated in the Vellarimala region of Wayanad, Kerala. Cosseted by scenic and lush forests, its location at the centre point of a picturesque mountain makes it a paradise for the visitors.
3. Bhagsunag Falls, Himachal Pradesh
Bhagsunag Fall is an enchanting waterfall, located about 11 km from Dharamshala. It’s among the best tourist attractions in Dharamshala. A lengthy walking trail leads to this well-known, scenic waterfall that cascades into a rocky pool.
4.Dhuandhar Falls, Madhya Pradesh
Just 98 ft high, it is still a popular destination edged by evergreen trees and shrubs. Also known as Smoke cascade, the picturesque Dhuandhar Falls is located at Bhedaghat 30 kms away from Jabalpur.
5. Amrit Dhara Falls, Chattisgarh
Falling from the height of 90 feet, Amritdhara Waterfall is one of the highest and widest waterfalls in the state of Chhattisgarh and is located on Hasdeo river in the Koriya district.
6. Talakona Falls, Andhra Pradesh
It is believed that the water of Talakona Falls is enriched with herbs with healing powers. Talakona was declared as Bio-Sphere Reserve in 1990 because of a wide variety of plant species present in the region.
7. Thosegarh Falls, Maharashtra
Thoseghar waterfall is a scenic spot located at the edge of the Konkan region. With a total height of about 500 m, this is a seasonal waterfall which is only seen in monsoon and drops into a deep gorge.
8. Jog Falls, Karnataka
The second-highest plunge waterfall of India, these magnificent falls are a major tourist attraction in Karnataka, the spellbinding view of which creates a truly memorable experience.
9. Dudhsagar Falls, Goa
Translated literally as “Sea of Milk” due to its milky white water, Dudhsagar Falls is located at Goa-Karnataka border. It is the 4th tallest waterfall in India.
10. Satdhara Falls, Himachal Pradesh
These falls were named after the seven springs flowing down from the mountains of Himachal. They are known to have great therapeutic value as the water in these springs contains mica, which has medicinal properties that are able to cure many diseases.