Dhuandhar falls are a located in Jabalpur district of Madhya Pradesh. These falls cascade from a height of 30 meters and truly justify their name - i.e. Dhuan, which means smoke in Hindi and Dhar - Which means a steady stream of water. The beautiful falls are also one of the most visited tourist attractions in Jabalpur. Located merely 31 km away from Jabalpur - the falls are the cooling and the crowning glory of Jabalpur.
The Bhadbhada waterfall is present on the Gour river, a tributary of Narmada and is located 15 kilometres away from Jabalpur in Jamtara village. The shape of the falls faintly resembles the Niagara but it is very small in terms of size. It is well connected by road and the place looks best just after the monsoon.
The waterfall is located 30 kilometres away from Jabalpur and trickles down on the rocks from a great height. The rocks form a staircase-like structure preventing the harsh flow of the water and make the waterfall a pleasing sight to enjoy. The falls are about 1 kilometre away from the main road and can be reached by walking. It is enjoyable all year round but it looks best during the monsoon months (July to September).
Located on the banks of River Narmada, the Ghughra falls is located 17 kilometres away from Jabalpur. The waterfall is located in shallow waters and the water flows rapidly as the water gushes through the rocks. The shape of the waterfall is slightly arched towards the inside as the water congregates towards a central direction, making the flow of water look a lot more fierce, yet beautiful.
Be sure to visit these stunning waterfalls in Jabalpur.
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