Teerathgarh waterfall is also popular as Milky Fall, as the fast moving rapids of the waterfall turns into a pristine white colour as it plunges downwards and appears like falling milk. The waterfall is surrounded by thick vegetation and forest inside the Kanger Valley National Park which augments the overall appearance of the fall. Teerathgarh waterfall splits into multiple smaller segments on the edge of the cliff as it plunges down, thus creating a spectacular panoramic view. Although the waterfall is not as big as Chitrakoot waterfall, but it is possible that the tourists can stand under the fall and appreciate its majestic beauty. Properly maintained steps lead down to an ancient temple of Lord Shiva and Parvati, deities of the Hindu religion, located just on the opposite side of the falls. The temple is around 1000 years old and is structured out of a large rock. Moreover there are other ruins which date back to the existing civilisation of that era.
This splendid 300 feet cascade of the Teerathgarh waterfall is well renowned for the display of rainbow colours in the encompassing area. The region has become an ideal picnic spot for the visiting tourists. Teerathgarh waterfall can be reached via the state highway which connects Jagdalpur to Sukma. There is also a bus service that is provided for the visitors from Jagdalpur. The Kanger Valley National Park, which houses the Teerathgarh waterfall, is also a popular tourist attraction of the district of Bastar. Moreover, Kailash Gufa and Kutumsar Caves are also popular nearby attractions.
The area has been well developed as a popular tourist attraction and picnic spot. Moreover, Jagdalpur in Bastar district is well equipped withy modern facilities and amenities for the convenience of the tourists. Teerathgarh waterfall significantly contributes to the development of the tourism industry of Chhattisgarh.