India's 10 Most Famous Waterfalls

Jog Falls (Karnataka): Majestic and powerful, Jog Falls cascades down rocky cliffs, creating a breathtaking natural spectacle.

Dudhsagar Falls (Goa): Surging white waters amidst lush greenery, Dudhsagar is a picturesque four-tiered waterfall in Goa.

Athirapally Falls (Kerala): A lush paradise, Athirapally offers a grand waterfall surrounded by vibrant flora and fauna.

Nohkalikai Falls (Meghalaya): India's tallest plunge waterfall, Nohkalikai descends dramatically amidst the scenic landscapes of Meghalaya.

Hogenakkal Falls (Tamil Nadu): Known as the "Niagara of India," Hogenakkal's roaring waters flow through rocky terrain.

Vantawng Falls (Mizoram): Hidden in Mizoram, Vantawng Falls plunges from great heights, creating a mesmerizing spectacle.

Bhagsu Falls (Himachal Pradesh): Nestled in the Himalayas, Bhagsu Falls offers tranquility amidst scenic landscapes near McLeod Ganj.

Abbey Falls (Karnataka): Flowing through coffee plantations, Abbey Falls showcases its beauty in the Coorg region's lush greenery.

Kempty Falls (Uttarakhand): Amidst the hills of Mussoorie, Kempty Falls entices visitors with its cascading waters and scenic surroundings.

Dhuandhar Falls (Madhya Pradesh): Narmada River's forceful descent, Dhuandhar creates a smoky effect, captivating onlookers with its power.

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