Panchghagh Falls is a waterfall situated in Khunti
District in the Indian state of Jharkhand
. The sonorous waterfall at Panchghagh is situated 52 km from the city on the Ranchi
-Chaibasa Road. It serves as a major attraction for thousands of domestic and international tourists.
The word "Panchghagh" is a Hindi word that literally means five streams. The Panchghagh Fall is unique in comparison to Dassam Falls
, Jonha falls
, Hirni falls
and Hundru waterfalls
around Ranchi. The waters of Panchghagh falls does not fall from great heights but as one approaches near it the roar of the water can be heard. The sight of the five branched-out swirling streams that hit the rocks is spectacular. The water flowing through the pebbles lucidly is a treat for the eyes. The waterfall is surrounded by five remote jungle-villages, Kolamda, Kodakel, Kurki and Ghaghari. The road towards Panchghagh Falls is bordered by hills and tall trees. Thick slate slabs poured silver rain on these hills and trees. The water falling from a lesser height makes it a making it safer place for tourists to enjoy in the rapid flow of water. Most of the people arrive here for picnic with family and friends.
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