India’s Natural Beauty : 10 Waterfalls That You Must Visit

India is also known for its natural beauty, and among these places of nature, the waterfalls are the most beautiful. So we will be looking at 10 of the most mesmerizing waterfalls of India.

Relax in the lap of Mother Nature at these Indian Waterfalls

India By Car and Driver gives you a list of 10 of the most beautiful waterfalls in India.

Dudhsagar Waterfall: Goa has numerous places to visit and is one of the most outstanding destinations in the beautiful Dudhsagar Waterfall, one of India’s best waterfalls. The name of the falls means the sea of milk in English due to the change of water’s color from blue to white as it splashes at the bottom.    

Dudhsagar Waterfall

Jog Waterfall: What makes the Jog Waterfall stunning is not its altitude but rather the breadth. The destination will take your breath away with a circumference of 290 and a length of 259 m. The waterfall is situated near Sagara in Karnataka and is a key tourist attraction of the area.   

Jog Waterfall

Nohsngithiang Waterfall: It is a unique waterfall that you can’t and should not miss; it has seven streams falling from the same stream resulting in a truly breathtaking waterfall. The Nohsngithiang Waterfall is only 1 km from Mawsmai village in the East Khasi Hill region of Meghalaya.

Nohsngithiang Waterfall

Thoseghar Waterfall: The Thoseghar Waterfall is situated within a dense gorge near the Thoseghar Village, 20 km from Satara City on the torrent of Konkan. There are numerous waterfalls, the shortest measuring 15 m and the tallest touching a height of 500 m.   

Thoseghar Waterfall

Athirappilly Waterfall: The Niagara Falls of India is a charming and most beautiful waterfall in Athirappilly Panchayath, an eco-friendly location in Kerala. The Chalakudy River waters the Athirappilly Waterfall ending in a breathtaking display.

    Athirappilly Waterfall

Courtallam Waterfall: The Courtallam Falls are situated south of a small city, Panchayat, in Tamil Nadu. The waterfall measures 160 m, declaring it one of the tallest waterfalls in India, the waters flowing in the Chittar River source from the western Ghat, thus resulting in a continuous flowing waterfall that is astonishing to see in any season.   

Courtallam Waterfall

Talakona Waterfall:  The Talakona Waterfall presents a splendid 270-foot tall fall before the water collects at the bottom. The falls are situated in the Sri Venkateswara National Park in the Chittoor region of Andhra Pradesh.

Talakona Waterfall

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Khandadhar Waterfall: The Khandadhar Waterfall is near Nandapani of Sundargarh District in the state of Orissa. The waterfall is the 12th highest in India. Bonaigarh is approx. 19 km from the waterfall and can be easily reached by transport during the dry season, as the road going towards the place is not bricked.

Khandadhar Waterfall

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Chitrakot Waterfall: Scaled only 29 m in height, this waterfall isn’t the best in India because of its altitude but because of its heart-stopping girth. During the dry season, water streams from one of the bottoms exit in a constant flow. However, a large rock clogs the water behind the falls, finishing in a stunning scene during the monsoons.    

Chitrakot Waterfall

Dhuandhar Waterfall: This waterfall is unique in its way as the water watering the falls has softened the limestone, resulting in dense crevasses through which the water streams during the dry season. In the monsoons, it’s completely different as the flood water absorbs the entire region, ending in a strong force of nature.  

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