Top 12 Stunning Waterfalls of India You Must See During the Monsoon

India is blessed with more natural beauty and during the Indian monsoon is the most prominent of the world’s monsoon systems. Monsoon waterfall destinations across India you must visit this season are Jog Falls in Karnataka,Chitrakoot Waterfalls Chhattisgarh, Dudhsagar waterFall Goa,Nohsngithiang Waterfalls Meghalaya and Vajrai Waterfall Maharashtra. Image source is Google, Please feel free to contact us for back links missed, we are not here to Policy Violations and copy right conflict.

Jog Falls – Karnataka

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Jog waterfalls or Gerosoppa Falls is second-highest plunge waterfall of India and a major tourist attraction, located on the Shimoga and Uttara Kannada district of Sagara Karnataka. Jog Falls is one of the most famous waterfall in the world and also get some useful tips for trekking at waterfalls.

Location: Sagara, Karnataka
Height: 253 meters
River: Sharavathi River
Type: Plunge

Dudhsagar Falls – Goa and Karnataka

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Dudhsagar Falls a famous tourist attraction and one of the world’s most exquisite falls. Sea of Milk Falls is listed as India’s fifth tallest waterfall on the Mandovi River,located on Goa’s border with Karnataka state. Kuveshi-Dudhsagar route is the most adventurous route through thick jungle for trekking along with other trekking routes as Castle Rock Route and Kulem Route.

Location: Border of Goa, Karnataka
Height: 310 metres
River: Mandovi River
Type: 4 Tiered

Athirappilly Falls – Kerala

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Athirappilly WaterFalls is situated in Thrissur of Kerala on the west-flowing Chalakudy River. The Athirappilly and nearby Vazhachal Falls are two most popular tourist destinations of Kerala and has been attractive to filmmakers of bollywood.

Location: Thrissur,Kerala
Height: 25 metres
River: Chalakudy River
Type: 4 Tiered

Chitrakoot Falls – Chhattisgarh

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Chitrakot Waterfalls is also called as The Niagara Falls of India,located near Jagdalpur in Chhattisgarh. Nestled in the mountain and hills rages of Vindhyachal, the magnificent Chitrakoot Waterfalls is one of the most spectacular natural fall in the world.

Location: Jagdalpur,Chhattisgarh
Height: 29 metres
River: Indravati River
Type: Cataract

Hogenakkal Falls – Tamil Nadu

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Hogenakkal waterfall is a group of small falls combine together,offers amazing and broad view of Jeevanadhi river Cauvery also famous for surrounded hills. Hogenakkal Falls is some time referred as Niagara of south India.

Location: Dharmapuri,Tamil Nadu
Height: 20 metres
River: Cauvery River
Type:

Chachai Falls – Madhya Pradesh

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The Chachai waterfalls are located in the Rewa district of the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. Chachai Falls is a 23rd largest waterfall in India and tallest waterfall of Madhya Pradesh and ranked one of the major attractions in the state.

Location: Rewa,Madhya Pradesh
Height: 130 metres
River: Bihad River
Type:

Vajrai Falls – Maharashtra

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Vajrai Waterfall is a 2 tiered waterfalls located near the city of Satara in Maharashtra,fall from a height of 853 feet from straight cliff. The most Spectacular fall of Maharashtra also offers many attractions around like boating at Tapola and caves which attract many tourists.

Location: Satara, Maharashtra
Height: 260 meter
River: Urmodi River
Type: 2 Tiered

Nohkalikai Falls – Meghalaya

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Nohkalikai waterfalls is the tallest plunge waterfall in India,located near Cherrapunji fall from height is 1115 feet. Tallest Plunge Waterfall of Cherrapunji cosidered as one of the most beautiful and photogenic falls along with major tourist attractions of Kynrem Falls and Mawsmai Falls in Cherrapunji.

Location: Cherrapunjee, Meghalaya
Height: 335 metres
River:
Type: Plunge

Shivanasamudra Falls – Karnataka

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Shivanasamudra waterfalls on the Kaveri River has twin jumps Gaganachukki and Bharachukki, These two falls are best viewed from the Shivanasamudra watch tower. The island town of Shivanasamudra divides the river into twin segmented waterfalls.

Location: Mysore, Karnataka
Height: 98 metres
River: Kaveri River
Type: Segmented

Nohsngithiang Falls – Meghalaya

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The Seven Sisters Waterfalls is 4th highest waterfalls in India,located near the Mawsmai village in East Khasi Hills of Meghalaya. Nohsngithiang Falls or the seven-segmented waterfall only flow during the rainy season from a height of 315 metres.

Location: Cherrapunjee,Meghalaya
Height: 315 metres
River:
Type: Segmented

 Ethipothala Falls – Andhra Pradesh

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Ethipothala Waterfalls is a combination of three streams Chandravanka Vagu, Nakkala Vagu and Tummala Vagu,on the Chandravanka river, a tributary of the River Krishna. The cascading waterfall  fall from a hills top from a height of 22 meters.

Location: Nagarajuna Sagar, Andhra Pradesh
Height: 21 metres
River: Chandravanka River
Type: Cascade

Khandadhar Falls – Odisha

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Location: Sundergarh, Odisha
Height: 244 metres
Type: Horse Tail

Khandadhar Waterfalls is the 12th highest waterfall in India,located at Nandapani in Sundergarh. It is one of the best waterfall in the state, amidst the forest of Sundergarh surrounded by beautiful landscape.

Famous Waterfalls of Indian States

  • Dhuandhar Falls, Madhya Pradesh
  • Patalpani Waterfall, Madhya Pradesh
  • Vantawng Falls, Mizoram
  • Thalaiyar Falls, Tamil Nadu
  • Nuranang Waterfalls, Arunachal Pradesh
  • Thoseghar Falls, Maharashtra
  • Kynrem Falls, Meghalaya
  • Langshiang Falls, Meghalaya

This is a list of notable waterfalls in India sorted by state, Kunchikal Falls in Shimoga district of Karnataka is the tallest falls in India with 455 metres (1,493 ft) height, followed by Barehipani Falls of Odisha.

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