Did You Know About These Waterfalls in Madhya Pradesh Which Comes Alive in Monsoon?

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You will understand the real meaning of the quote after experiencing the cascading beauties in Madhya Pradesh. MP is one of the most incredible hubs in India. This state is a perfect blend of History, Art, Culture, and Nature. It has 3 sites that have been declared as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. Recently two more sites from this state have been added to the tentative list of World Heritage Sites.

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The waterfall of Madhya Pradesh is as vibrant as its culture. The scenic beauty of these waterfalls is unmatched; its everlasting scenery makes all these places a favorite for photography lovers and nature enthusiasts. However, these cascading beauties of MP are in full swing during the monsoon season as the heavy downpour fills the waterfalls to the brim. Here we will discuss 10 such Waterfalls in MP which become alive in the monsoon.

1. Dhuandhar Falls

Dhuandhar is one of the most famous waterfalls in Madhya Pradesh. It is located on the Narmada River in Bhedaghat and is 30 meters high. The Narmada River, making its way through the world-famous Marble Rocks, narrows down and plunges in a waterfall known as Dhuandhar. During the monsoon, the waters of the Narmada River become turbulent, which results in the cascading nature of Dhuandhar falls.

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Dhuandhar Waterfalls (C) Apporva Jadon

Recently, Bhedaghat-Lametaghat in Narmada valley has been added to the tentative list of World Heritage sites

Distance from nearest city/town :

Dhuandhar is only 27 km from Jabalpur. It is well connected through air, rail, or road from the major cities of India.

2. Bahuti Falls, Rewa

The highest waterfall of MP, Bahuti Falls, is located in Rewa District. It has a height of 198 m. The Bahuti falls sets an example of a nick point caused by rejuvenation. It is on the river Sellar as it rushes down the edge of the Valley of Mauganj to join the Bihad River, which is a tributary of Tamsa or Tons River. Ravishing and beautiful to behold, the Bahuti Falls create a picture-perfect image during the monsoon.

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Bahuti Falls (C) Pankaj Mishra

Distance from nearest city/town :

Bahuti falls is 90 km from Rewa, Madhya Pradesh. Otherwise, it also can be approached from Allahabad 110 km apart.3. Raneh Falls

3. Raneh Falls

Raneh Falls is an exquisite waterfall formed by River Ken running over one of the oldest rocks on earth, the Vindhya basalt. The falls are named after King Rane Pratap, the erstwhile ruler of the region. The main attraction here is the Canyon of crystalline granite 5km long and 100ft deep. There is a series of waterfalls in the canyon. During the monsoon, all the waterfalls appear and turn out to be a must-visit nature excursion due to the scenic surroundings all around. Its lush green forested surroundings give it a truly surreal feel and captivate the mind, body, and soul of all who wander there.

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Raneh Falls (C) Syedzohaibullah

Distance from nearest city/town :

Raneh falls is only 24 km from Khajuraho which is a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Khajuraho is well connected through bus, train from all the major cities of our nation

4. Chachai Falls

It is the second-highest among the waterfalls in Madhya Pradesh. The Chachai waterfall has a height of 400 feet. The Chachai Falls is on the Beehad River, a tributary of Tamsa or Tons River as it comes down from the Rewa Plateau. The waterfall is hugely famous among tourists because of its presence on the Chitrakoot hills. These hills hold a great mythological and religious significance. The waterfall emerges into its full bloom during the monsoon season.

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Chachai Waterfalls (C) The Lodestar

Distance from nearest city/town :

Chachai fall is 29 km from Rewa, Madhya Pradesh.

5. Patal Pani Falls

Patalpani Falls is one of the most visited waterfalls in Madhya Pradesh, and its proximity to Indore makes it a popular weekend getaway spot for people looking for quick escapes from their city life. It has an approximate 91 meters (300 ft) height. It is on the Choral River. It goes almost dry in the summer season, and the stream is reduced to a trickle. This is when the monsoon adds much-needed life to the stream.

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Patalpani Waterfalls (C) Vivek Shrivastava

Distance from nearest city/town :

Patalpani is only 35 km away from the city of Indore.

6. Keoti Falls

Keoti Falls is a continuation of the Bahuti Falls, a tourist preference among the many waterfalls in Madhya Pradesh. The 130 m waterfall is also an example of nick point rejuvenation which causes it to the segment with every drop. Many adventure sports are available which also add to the popularity of the place. The view from the falls during sunset and sunrise is something one shouldn’t miss during the trip.

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Keoti Falls (C) REWA

Distance from nearest city/town :

Keoti fall is 46 km from Rewa, Madhya Pradesh. You can travel to this amazing place by hiring a cab or you can travel by local transportation. Traveling by cab is the best option.

7. Rajat Prapat

Rajat Prapat waterfalls in Madhya Pradesh are also known as silver fall. This horse-tail-type waterfall is 351 ft high. The waterfall is the 30th highest waterfall in the country. When sunlight falls on it, it shines like silver, that is why it is known as Rajat Prapat or Silver Fall. In Hindi, ‘Rajat means silver and ‘prapat’ means falls. It takes a small trek over the rocks and boulders from Apsara Vihar near Pachmarhi to reach Rajat Prapat.

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Rajat Prapat (C) Abhishek Shah

Distance from nearest city/town :

To reach Rajat Prapat, first, you must reach Apsara Vihar which is only 3 km from Pachmarhi Bus Stand.

8. Tincha Falls

Indore is blessed with many natural phenomena among which Tincha Fall is one. Placed near the Tincha village, the beauty of the falls bloom with the advent of rains. These falls plummet from a height of a whopping 300 ft. There are many hiking trails, farms, and ghats near the falls for nature enthusiasts, photo fanatics, wild wanderers, adventure lovers, and above all fun lovers.

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Tincha Waterfalls (C) Balwant Alawa

Distance from nearest city/town :

It is only 25 km from Indore City.

9. Gatha Falls

The Gatha falls are located in the Panna district of Madhya Pradesh. The height of Gatha fall measures up to 91 meters. As a result, it has been ranked as the 36th highest waterfall in the Indian sub-continent. The roar of the cascade and its mesmerizing beauty lures the travelers from the highway towards its waters. During the monsoon season, the falls attain their full glory.

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Gatha Waterfalls (C) Write2banjara

Distance from nearest city/town :

Gatha Falls can easily be reached from Khajuraho as it is only 36 km apart.

10. Purwa Falls

Purwa falls is another astonishing fall in Rewa. Here water cascades from a height of 300 feet offering spellbinding vistas. The Purwa falls have a high religious significance because of their association with the Hindu Epic Ramayana.

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Purwa Waterfalls (C) shot_my_vision

Distance from nearest city/town :

It is only 25 km from Rewa. The falls can easily be reached from two points, Satna and Rewa from the private taxi.

Tips to be remembered:

1. Bathing and swimming activities in the falls are very risky during the monsoon. You should be careful. You must follow the safety instructions of the authorities.

2. Some of the waterfalls are located in remote areas. You should carry your own food and water.

3. Try to take full clothes and comfortable shoes that are good for trekking, and also take an umbrella or raincoats.

4. The top of any waterfall is the most dangerous. Do not lean over a ledge at the top of a falls.

5. Be especially careful when taking pictures. Make sure you are in a safe, solid location before snapping your shot.

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Madhya Pradesh during monsoon (C) Apoorva Jadon

If you wish to explore Madhya Pradesh beyond what it is generally known for, add some waterfalls to your bucket list. The calm aura and the soothing sound of the gushing water are bound to give you an experience worth remembering.

However, these are not the only waterfalls in Madhya Pradesh which becomes lively during monsoon. There are several others too.

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