This Monsoon, Prepare To Go Wide-Eyed At These Stunning Waterfalls Like Kriti Sanon Did

Promita Mukherjee

August 24, 2019


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Dudhsagar Waterfalls, Goa


It’s monsoon. Rains are lashing out at every part of the country. This is when the greenery around you turns a shade greener, the rivers flow to their brim and the waterfalls, which were but a faint trickle in summer, come gushing down. There’s something about the falls too. In their full glory, they are majestic and make you feel like a tiny speck next to nature’ abundance. So it’s not surprising that Dohchay star Kriti Sanon came back mighty impressed with the Victoria Falls in Zambia. Want to feel astounded by the magnificence that is a waterfall during the monsoons? We’ve listed down a few of the imposing ones around India.

These gushing waterfalls can be seen if you are taking the train to Goa. At an altitude of 1017 feet, Dudhsagar is among the largest waterfalls in India. During monsoons when the waterfall is in full flow, it literally feels like milk gushing down amidst lush green hills.

Jog Waterfalls, Karnataka


It has the second highest plunge in the country and is the tallest un-tiered waterfall in India. Jog waterfalls is in the district border of Shimoga and Uttara Kannada. It is also surrounded by lush green forests. If you know how to swim, you can also hike to the base and dive into the river.

Nohsngithiang Waterfall, Meghalaya


It’s also called the Seven Sisters Falls. Near Mawsmai, known to be the wettest place on earth, Nohsngithiang Falls are impressive with water falling from a height of 1,033 feet over the Khasi Hills. With the sunlight reflecting and clouds floating by, it is an ideal place to go to with bae.

Athirapally Waterfall, Kerala


In its full glory, Athirapally waterfall is a sight to behold. As water gushes down to the forest below, spend some quality time with your loved one here. It is also known as the Niagara Falls of India. Monsoons are the best time to visit.

Chitrakot Falls, Chhattisgarh


If you just go by it’ height, Chitrakot might not seem so impressive. But it’s the girth that is bound to catch your attention. During summers, the water here flows from one of the lower exits in a steady stream. The water behind the falls, which has been dammed by a level rock which comes out gushing in the monsoon, making it a spectacular sight.

Iruppu Falls, Madikeri


In the case of Iruppu Falls, the height at which the water falls is what makes it so breath-taking. Iruppu is also more like a series of waterfalls together, making it seem like an elongated waterfall which stretches up to 300 feet. Impressive, right?

Bhagsu Waterfalls, Himachal Pradesh


Bhagsu waterfalls near McLeod Ganj in Himachal Pradesh is where you should head to if you are desperately seeking some peace and quiet in life. It’s not huge, but it is so pretty that you are bound to come back impressed.

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