These Waterfalls in India will Make You Forget Niagara Falls


India, the land of abundant natural beauty, a country which is pious, pure and religious, the place which gave birth to thousands of fearless kings, astonishing personalities and this India has the beauty which is still unseen, undiscovered and uncelebrated. So, today I have, to celebrate the beauty of Indian land and nature, amalgamated the list of extremely wonderful and pleasant waterfalls that will surely make you forget about the Niagara Falls. These waterfalls are enriched with abundance of surprising features that are yet to be known by us. So, let discover them..

Jog Waterfall

Surrounded with extremely scenic beauty, this Jog Waterfall of Karnataka State is the second highest waterfall in India created by river Sharavathi at the height of 830 feet, which feasts your eyes with the alluring sight. The water-shower and the all-around beauty of the waterfalls makes your jaws drop. The best time to visit this waterfall is monsoon season because during monsoon this waterfall flaunts its elegance at the highest and you can enjoy the sightseeing.

Thoseghar Waterfall

Situated at 20 kms away from Maharashtra’s Satara villages, Thoseghar waterfall is the metonym of attraction and adventure. The waterfall has beautiful valleys named Kas Plateau and Kas valley that add stars in its heavenly beauty. The 1150 feet high waterfall is the centre of attraction for the visitors and may tourists come to capture its beauty during July to November as the monsoon makes it look more speculated and astonishing.

Talakona Waterfall

Adding charm in the beauty of Sri Venkateswara National Park of Andhra Pradesh, this 270 feet high waterfall is a centre of attraction for the tourists who come to the national park. Surrounded with the abundant natural beauty, this waterfall is recognised for dense forests, and wildlife. The rich variety of flora and fauna helped it to get declared as the biosphere reserve. Along with the beautiful waterfall, the place is renowned for the animals like panthers, butterflies, and birds. Additionally, you will get the blessings of Lord Shiva whose temple is the located inside the park.

Dhudhsagar Waterfall

 Originated by Mandovi River, this four-tiered waterfall has the immense beauty to serve your soul and please your eyes. Dhudhsagar, which means, Sea of milk, the crown of Goa, which boasts of being the highest waterfall of India with 1017 feet height presents the most exquisite sight to the visitors in monsoon. Along with the waterfall, there are thick forests and enriched biodiversity. You can also visit Bhagwan Mahaveer and Salim Ali bird sancturies.

Nohsngithiang Falls (Seven Sisters Falls)

The 4th highest waterfall of India is located in Meghayala. The falling water splits into seven sections from the heights of Khasi Hills. The 1093 feet high waterfall, is the best to see in the monsoon season. Recognised as the wettest place in India, the land of Meghalaya has other waterfalls with scenic beauty  Dain Thlen falls, Kynrem Falls and Nohkalikai fall which is considered to be the most beautiful among all. Along with that, you will have the chance to explore the Canyon valley.

Athirappilly Waterfall

From the land of gods, Kerala comes this exceptionally beautiful waterfall Athirappilly, which is most visited in monsoon season because during this season, the waterfall allure people with its charm of natural elegance. The 80 feet high waterfall attracts tourists for the lush green valleys and dense forests. Surrounded with small villages, the waterfall is easily accessible through roads. Flaura and fauna of this land make the onlookers startled.

Dhuandhar Waterfall

The name Dhuandar which means spectacular is enough to describe what this waterfall is. Created by Narmada river and located in Jabalpur of Madhya Pradesh, this waterfall comes through the marble rocks in Bhedaghat.  The best time to visit this waterfall is after-monsoon phase when the river Narmada exhibits its fullness and splendour. The roar created by the waterfall is audible from the distance. The beauty of this waterfall lies in its grandeur and the scene created by the boundless water waves. Near to this waterfall you can visit the monuments like Chusath Yogini Temple, Kahna National Park and Bandhavgarh National Park