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Waterfalls in Madhya Pradesh
Waterfall of Madhya Pradesh offers scenic beauty to the visiting tourists. It offers picturesque locale and scenic beauty of the people.
 
 Waterfalls in Madhya PradeshWaterfalls in Madhya Pradesh have a universal appeal and attract tourists from across the country and around the world. These are:

Bhoora Khon Waterfall: The Bhoora Khon is actually a fascinating waterfall with the deities of Lord Shiva, located in Shivpuri district of Madhya Pradesh. The stream plunging from an altitude of 25 mts. is a stunning sight. A park and a boat club are located nearby. Close to the fall is the Madhav Sagar Lake, which makes the place more exciting. It is a small but beautiful waterfall with the deities of Lord Shiva. The park and boat club adds the glory. In old times, this was the spot joining Sailing Club of National Park. In English time, the viewers enjoy the boat sailors and view of the Madhav Sagar Lake. The water fall from a height of more than 25 meters gives the pleasure of swimmers with jump in to deep kund.

Gangulpara Tank and Waterfall: Gangulpara Tank and Waterfall is a popular tourist spot in the state of Madhya Pradesh, situated in Balaghat District. The waterfall is a favourite haunt of nature lovers and picnickers. The tank, which serves as the store house of water from Ghisri River, helps in the irrigation purposes.

Bahuti Falls: Bahuti Falls is located on the Odda River. It has a height of 466 feet.

Kapildhara Waterfalls: This waterfall is located at a distance of 8 kms from the point of origin of Narmada River. This river falls from a height of 100 feet leading to the formation of a waterfall known as Kapildhara. It is located about 6 km away from Amarkantak, the starting point of Son River and Narmada Rivers. This place can be reached by foot from Amarkantak.

Kukdi Khapa Waterfall: The Kukdi Khapa is a splendid waterfall situated in the panoramic Sillevani Mountain range on the Chhindwara-Nagpur route. This beautiful 60 feet high waterfall is a perfect place for a day-long picnic. The waterfall can be accessed from Ramakona and Umaranala.

Lilahi Waterfall: Lilahi Waterfall is located at Lilahi the route of Mohkhed- Pandhurna. This waterfall is in the down Stream of Kanhan River. It has enough down flow water from July to January.

Pandav Falls: This fall is located in the district of Panna in Madhya Pradesh. It is about 30 metres (98 ft) high.The Pandav Falls is situated on a tributary of the Ken River, as it plunges over the falls to join it.

Pawa Waterfalls: It is located about 40 km from Shivpuri, in Pohri. Pawa Waterfall is a beautiful waterfall. Here is grand statue of lord Shiva. There is Pawa Kund that is 500 feet deep on the Pawa River.

Raneh Falls: The Raneh Falls located on the Ken River, in Chhatarpur district in the state of Madhya Pradesh. It is located 20 kilometres away from Khajuraho. The Pandav Falls in Panna National Park is also located nearby.

Sanakua Waterfalls: Sanakua Waterfalls, positioned on the Sindh River, is very similar to the famous Niagara Falls and so is a favourite haunt of nature lovers and picnickers.

Waterfalls in Madhya Pradesh Shambhudhara Waterfalls: The Shambhudhara Waterfall is located deep in the forest region adjoining the Amarkantak in the Anuppur district of Madhya Pradesh. The waterfall got its name from the place called Shambhudhara, where it is situated. In order to reach the place one has to trek to the spot.

Sultan Garh Waterfall: This fall is situated about 50 km from Shivpuri in Madhya Pradesh. This is an ideal spot for picnic during the monsoon season. The greenery around the fall makes it an ideal spot for nature lovers.

Tincha Falls: This is a popular fall which has a lot of appeal to the people. It is located in the state of Madhya Pradesh and has a lot of tourists visiting the place every year.

Dugdhdhara Waterfalls: Dugdhdhara is the waterfall in Amarkantak (pilgrim spot in India). It is filled with life giving trees, plants and shrubs. Tourists usually visit the region for its scenic beauty. Actually the region of Amarkantak lies in between the Vindhya Mountain Ranges and Satpura Mountain Ranges.

Chachai Falls: The Chachai Falls is situated on the Bihad River, a tributary of Tamsa or Tons River as it comes down from the Rewa Plateau. It has a height of 130 metres (430 ft).

Gatha Falls: This waterfall is a popular fall in the state, and has a height of 300 ft or 91 m. Tourists from all across the country come to this place is search of natural beauty and exquisiteness.

Keoti Falls: It is located in Rewa district of Madhya Pradesh. It is the 24th highest waterfall in India, 427 ft (130 m). It is located Mahana River, a tributary of Tamsa. It is situated 46 kilometres from Rewa, at the edge of the Chitrakoot Hills, which is a part of the Kaimur Range

Rajat Prapat: The Rajat Prapat is a 350 feet long waterfall, located in Hoshangabad district in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. The Rajat Prapat is situated at Pachmarhi (Queen of Satpura), in Hoshangabad district.

Patalpani Falls: Patal Pani is an exquisite waterfall and is also a popular tourist destination. The height of the water fall is approximately 300 feet. The depth of (pit) or water kund that is formed is not known. According to folklore, it goes as deep as the underground world. It is famous for trekking.

Dhuandhar Fall: This waterfall is located in the state of Madhya Pradesh in Jabalpur District. The Dhuandhar Falls is situated on the River Narmada in Bhedaghat. The river makes its way through the popular Marble Rocks and narrows down and plunges to form a fall known as Dhuandhaar. This waterfall offers a splendid spectacle to the tourists.

Purwa Falls: This fall is a prime example of a nick point that is caused by the rejuvenation. The River Tons descend through the Rewa Plateau and drains northwards making a vertical fall of 70 meters. This is known as the Purwa Falls.

(Last Updated on : 03/01/2013)
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