10 Gushing Waterfalls in India Where You Would Love to Spend Your Weekends

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We always fall in love with the beauties of nature we come across and when it comes to the waterfalls that just amazes us. We can spend days together watching the gushing waters falling from a top of hill. One who is really nature lover and enthusiastic traveller take a miles long journey to visit any such place.

India, which has a dynamic cultures has a to offer when it comes to reveling in the beauty of nature. Ranging from long beaches to rich forests, high peaks to the vast desert covers. There is always something which feeds our wanderlust.

Travelling across the landscape of the country there are many waterfalls which would be amazingly beautiful and therapeutic to sight.

Here are some of the waterfalls in India which would make your adrenal rush and temp you to visit the place now.

Aharabal Fall, Kashmir

Kashmir is blessed with natural beauty, tall mountains and gushing waterfalls. One of the amazing water fall remains Aharabal Waterfall some 75 kms from Srinagar, the summer capital of the state. This noisily 25 meters water fall in district Shopian rushes through a 7 meter arrow gorge of granite boulders. It is also known as Niagara Falls. One can certainly spend days together just watching this white and blue waters of the fall.

Aharabal Fall in the state of Jammu Kashmir / SilkRouteTraveller / Thousand Wonders
Aharabal Fall in the state of Jammu Kashmir / Thousand Wonders / SilkRouteTraveller
Dudhsagar Falls, Goa

Dudhsagar which literary means ‘ocean of milk’, comes down the hill from 320 meters of height and looks absolutely magnificent. The places really gives heavenly feeling and takes you to the world of peace and love.

Dudhsagar Falls in Goa / SilkRouteTraveller / Thrillophilia
Dudhsagar Falls in Goa / Thrillophilia / SilkRouteTraveller
Jog Falls, Karnataka

One of the best scenic falls in the southern state of India Karnataka form over the Sharavathi River and fall from a height of 253 meters. These will make you move over the backwaters and lush greenery of Karnataka. The lush green surrounding of the fall make it spectacular and makes them favorite among nature lovers.

Jogfalls / SilkRouteTraveller / Photo
Jogfalls in Karnataka / Photo / SilkRouteTraveller
Nohkalikai Falls, Meghalaya

Residing near India’s highest rainfall area Cherrapunjee, Nohkalikai Falls is the tallest plunge waterfall in India falling from a height of 340 meters. The place is full of serenity and it can make any soul find solace and rejoice in its beauty. You can plan a full day outing to this place and make the most of its amazing views.

Nohkalikai Falls in Meghalaya / SilkRouteTraveller / India.com
Nohkalikai Falls in Meghalaya  / India.com / SilkRouteTraveller
Soochipara Falls, Kerala

The amazing tourist site and the attraction of Bollywood this three -tiered waterfall is a perfect place for any nature lover. Resting amidst deciduous and evergreen forests this waterfall is a place in the lap of nature in its true glory, tranquility and beauty. Soochipara Fall looks more like a scene from a fairy tale.

Soochipara Falls in Kerala / Road compass / SilkRouteTraveller
Soochipara Falls in Kerala / Road compass / SilkRouteTraveller
Bhagsunag Falls, Himachal Pradesh

If you love to see the water crushing upon the rocks and making a thunder sound than Bhagsunag Falls in Himachal Pradesh is a perfect place for you to explore.The rolling water here cascades into a pool. This is a perfect amalgamation of rocks, flora and water body. This place is photographers bumper choice.

Bhagsunag Falls in Himachal Pradesh / YouTube / SilkRouteTraveller
Bhagsunag Falls in Himachal Pradesh / YouTube / SilkRouteTraveller
Dhuandhar Falls, Madhya Pradesh

Who wouldn’t want to spend some quality time here observing the smoke cascades coming from these falls form on the Narmada river. It really looks incredible due to its ferocious flow.

Dhuandhar Falls in Madhya Pradesh / Wikimapia / SilkRouteTraveller
Dhuandhar Falls in Madhya Pradesh / Wikimapia / SilkRouteTraveller
Courtallam Falls, Tamil Nadu

Falling from the hight of 167 meters Courtallam Falls is a marvel for onlookers and feel like a rendezvous in heaven. After showering onto the surface of the mountain its waters split into different streams creating an astounding view.

Courtallam Falls in Tamil Nadu / Flickr / SilkRouteTraveller
Courtallam Falls in Tamil Nadu / Flickr / SilkRouteTraveller
Chitrakote Falls, Chattisgarh

This is one of the beautiful falls in India and also little know and less visited. The series of falls is merely 30 meters high, but an extraordinary view due to its wideness. This is certainly a place to be added in your travel list.

Chitrakote Falls in Chattisgarh / Quora / SilkRouteTraveller
Chitrakote Falls in Chattisgarh / Quora / SilkRouteTraveller
Kune Falls, Maharashtra

Falling from the hight of 300 meters, Kune Falls is a place one can blissfully spend entire weekend here. The waterfall travers into three tiers and is a popular sightseeing spot in Lonavala, Pune.

Kune Falls in Maharashtra / Trawell.in / SilkRouteTraveller
Kune Falls in Maharashtra / Trawell.in / SilkRouteTraveller
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