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Indian Waterfalls you Must Visit in the Monsoon

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Indian Waterfalls you Must Visit in the Monsoon

Visit these Waterfalls for a Visual Treat in the Monsoon.

By Pratibha Yadav 29th Jun, 2015 01:17 pm

One of the most amazing things about the monsoon is its ability to produce beautiful waterfalls. The lush greenery becomes more graceful when it is ornamented by magnificent waterfalls. India is home to many wonderful waterfalls. Here, we list some waterfalls which you must visit during the monsoon.

Nohkalikai Falls

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These falls are considered the largest waterfall in India. The mesmerising beauty of the waterfall can really change your mood. Measuring up to 340 metres, this waterfall is located in Shillong, Meghalaya. The best part about the waterfall is that you can catch a glimpse of it throughout the year.

Dudhsagar Waterfalls

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When this magnificent waterfall is alive, it appears as if milk is rushing down the mountains. It is indeed a spectacular view, and you must experience the mesmerising effect of the Dudhsagar Waterfalls. The waterfall is located at the Goa–Karnataka border and measures up to 600 metres.

Athirappilly Falls

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Considered the Niagara of India, the Athirappilly Falls is a beautiful sight to behold. While the width of the waterfall creates the magic, it’s height of 24 metres creates the fun. This waterfall in Kerala should surely be on your list.

Hogenakkal Waterfalls

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The grand formation of Hogenakkal Waterfalls is something worth your attention. Located in Tamil Nadu, this waterfall is famous for its beauty and attracts many tourists. These falls are well known for their medicinal baths.

Jog Falls

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The Jog Falls is the second-highest plunge waterfall in India. It is called plunge because it has no contact with the bedrock surface during its fall. Measuring up to 253 metres, the Jog Falls is nature’s performance where the Sharavati River drops at the Shimoga and Uttara Kannada district border. This gorgeous sight during the monsoon is worth your applause.

Chitrakoot Falls

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The majestic view of the Chitrakoot Falls is a treat to the viewer. Located in Chhattisgarh, the Chitrakoot Falls measure up to 30 metres. It falls from a horseshoe-shaped cliff, and therefore, these falls are also called the ‘Niagara Falls of India’.

Elephant Falls

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The view which the Elephant falls produces while falling is spectacular. Such is the beauty of the falls that they have also been depicted in many paintings. They are about 12 km from Shillong.

Duduma Falls

  

The Duduma falls in Odisha measure up to 157 metres and is considered one of the wonderful waterfalls of India.

Nohsngithiang Waterfalls

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It defines a true visual experience. There are seven streams falling from the same source, and the sight is divine. Located in Meghalaya, it is about 315 metres in height.

Also Read: How Does a Bad Monsoon Dry up India's Economy

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