(Last Updated on : 07/05/2019)
Palani Waterfall is located near Kullu
in the district of Kullu
in Himachal Pradesh
. This waterfall is one of the highest surge waterfalls in India. The water cascades from a height of 492 feet and the froth and mist created has a rejuvenating effect on the visitors to the place. Palani Waterfall is known for its exotic beauty which elaborates the scenic beauty of the nature.
There is a festival at the place during the month of March and thousands of devotees gather around the falls to bathe in the sacred waters. This is also a famous picnic spot for the residents of the neighbouring towns and Villages
Visiting Information of Palani Waterfall
Palani Waterfalls is 6 kms away from Bijli Mahadev Temple
. The nearest airport
, Kullu - Manali airport is in Bhuntar town. Kullu is well connected by roads and the National Highway
1 to Delhi
starts from Kullu. The nearest railway station
is about 235 kms from Kullu at Chandigarh
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