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Manjhar Kund Waterfall

Primitive folk residing in the mountains and forests of Kaimur had used the caves and rock shelters for their shelter. In the process of evolution they devised the art of engraving and painting the objects that had an impact on their lives, such as the sun, moon, animals, plants and also their own activities in daily life like hunting, running, dancing, walking, etc. These paintings were mostly executed on the walls and ceilings of the rock shelters and caves besides faces of huge rock boulders and cliffs, which provided them their canvas to leave behind their imprint for the succeeding generations.