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.
River Narmada flows through the famous marble-like falls, narrows down and plunges into a waterfall so forcefully that it creates a bouncing mass of mist and results into the Dhuandhar falls. The plunges are so powerful that its uproar can be heard from a far-off distance. Viewing platforms have been constructed along the side to facilitate proper views. Make sure that you do not cross these railings. There lies a bed of white and grey marble rocks below the water that further enhances the whitish colour of the waterfall. The view is spectacular and the surroundings are always choc-a-bloc with tourists wanting to get a glimpse of the falls.
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Will there be enough water for boating and good waterfall view in first week of June?
Answer: In Jabalpur, June is the last month of Summer and the place is dry and hot. Dhuandar Falls will have enough water throughout the year, but it is recommended to visit during the winter from late September to early March.