Usually people talk about mountains or hill stations, talking about natural beauty even when things happen first about mountains or lakes. Let us tell you about the beautiful springs of India today, apart from mountains and lakes.
Sita Fall is located at a distance of 45 km from Ranchi. It is named after mother Sita. Its gorgeous to look at. If you have to spend some relaxing time, you can come here.
2. Dhubri Fall, Madhya Pradesh
The smoke base waterfall is the famous waterfall of Jabalpur district of Madhya Pradesh. This falls is a major scenic spot in the Bhattaghat area. Here, the narmada section falls from 50 feet above, whose water flies like white smoke, that is why it is called smoke base . In terms of beauty, the Dhubri waterfall is an extraordinary place where a large number of tourists come here throughout the year. This place is also the ideal place to celebrate picnics with your friends and family. There is a very large open space in front of the waterfall. Located 25 kms away from Jabalpur City, the water is a famous tourist destination due to its enchanting beauty.
3. Hirni Waterfall, Jharkhand
This beautiful sight of Jharkhand is surrounded by dense forests. It is 75 kilometres from Ranchi, the capital of Jharkhand. Tourists love this place because of the beautiful scenery around you.
4. Jonha Waterfall, Jharkhand
Here, Lord Buddha had bathed in the river, named after a nearby village, Jonha. The kanchan water that falls down from the top of the hills fascinates the tourists who come here.
5. Nohkalikai Fall, Meghalaya
Noakhali Fall is a waterfall located near Cherrapunji in east Khasi Hills in Meghalaya, northeast India. The height of this waterfall is 1100 feet and is one of the tallest springs in India. However, Cherrapunji is famous for heavy rains and, therefore, the source of water of this waterfall is also rain. In the winter season, the fall almost dries up due to non-rainfall between December and February. Just below this waterfall, blue green water has become a swimming spot.
6. Shivanasamudra Falls, Karnataka
Located at a distance of 138 km from Bangalore and 77.5 km from Mysore, Shivanasamudra is a famous waterfall in Karnataka, one of the few special tourist destinations in the state. The name of this waterfall literally means Sagar of Shiva . It is a fractured waterfall out of which many streams of water travel together to the ground. This beautiful waterfall receives water from the Cauvery River. The Shivanamudra Island divides the Cauvery River into 2 parts, creating 2 springs, one of which is Skyscraper and the other is Bharachukki.
7. Dudhsagar Falls, Goa
As soon as the name of the Dudhsagar fall is remembered, the scene of the train passing through the huge milky waterfall comes before the eyes. The high and flaky waterfall has become a major scenic spot in Goa. Dudhsagar Fall (literally meaning "Sea of Milk") is located on the border of Karnataka and Goa. It is 60 kms away from Panaji by road and is located 46 kms from Madgaon on Madgaon-Belgaum rail route and 80 kms south of Belgaum-Belgaum. It is one of the tallest springs in India and has a height of between 310 metres (1017 ft) and an average width of 30 metres (100 ft).
8. Rajrappa Waterfall, Jharkhand
There is a beautiful temple built here, which is very popular. This place is located at the confluence of two rivers. Tourists come here throughout the year. There is also a boting.
9. Hogenakkal Fall, Tamil Nadu
Hogenakkal in Dharmapuri district of Tamil Nadu is a small but very beautiful village situated on the banks of the Cauvery River. This charming spot is known for its waterfall called Hogenakkal Falls. It is seen as Niagara Falls by looking at the beauty and geographical structure of this waterfall. It is a magnificent waterfall situated between the streams of the Cauvery River, which attracts far-flung tourists. This waterfall is counted among the selected special waterfalls in India.
10. Hundru Waterfall, Jharkhand
Passing through the mountains, the Golden Line river falls below a height of about 320 feet. Whose panoramic waters attract tourists coming here. The water level increases during rainy times, so be careful when you come here during these days.