(Last Updated on : 14-02-2013)
Dharagiri Falls in Jharkhand
is one of the highest water falls in Asia which is known for its height. 20 ft high this water falls is surrounded with some rural areas which are yet to be explored by the urban population. This provides one of the picturesque spots for picnic.
Dharagiri waterfalls are some of the most attractive sights which allow the visitors to organise some trekking over the hilltop. Surrounded with tropical forests this is one of the most attractive sights for tourism and trekking. The area also enjoys some rare sights of wild animals who visit the riverside and the forest regions of Dharagiri waterfalls. The water fall flows from the nearing villages which are inhabited by the local tribal people. Located at a distance of 10 kms this area is often visited by the wild elephants who make their way through the forest region around the water falls.
Thus Dharagiri waterfalls are another major water falls which contribute water to Ghatshilla. Located at a great height this provides one of the most attractive tourist spot for those who visit Ghatshila and the surrounding areas.
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