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List of Waterfalls in India

»  A waterfall is a place where water flows over a vertical drop or a series of drops in the course of a stream or river.
»  Waterfalls also occur where meltwater drops over the edge of a tabular iceberg or ice shelf.
»  India is blessed with immense and incredible natural beauty. Waterfalls are just one of the great natural gifts that this great nation’s landscape is decorated with.
»  Most of the highest waterfalls are found in the mountains area of North East India.
»  The Garo, Khasi and Jaintia Hills with its unique landscape, climatic phenomenon of heavy cloud cover and torrential rainfall host the highest waterfalls in India.
»  There is no standard way to measure the height of a waterfall. Since there is no standard, no ranking of a waterfall should be assumed because of its position in the list.
»  In the below list some of the highest and beautiful waterfalls of India are listed 

List of Famous Waterfalls in India
Thoseghar Waterfalls
500 metres (1,600 ft)
Satara district, Maharashtra
Nohkalikai Falls
340 metres (1,120 ft)
East Khasi Hills districtMeghalaya
Nohsngithiang Falls
315 metres (1,033 ft)
East Khasi Hills districtMeghalaya
Dudhsagar Falls
310 metres (1,020 ft)
Karnataka/ Goa
Kynrem Falls
305 metres (1,001 ft)
East Khasi Hills districtMeghalaya
Meenmutty Falls
300 metres (980 ft)
Wayanad district,Kerala
Thalaiyar Falls
297 metres (974 ft)
Dindigul district, Tamil Nadu
Barkana Falls
259 metres (850 ft)
Shimoga district, Karnataka
Jog Falls
253 metres (830 ft)
Shimoga district, Karnataka
Khandadhar Falls
244 metres (801 ft)
Sundargarh district, Odisha
Vantawng Falls
229 metres (751 ft)
Serchhip district, Mizoram
Barehipani Falls
399 metres (1,309 ft)
Mayurbhanj district, Odisha
Kune Falls
200 metres (660 ft)
Pune district, Maharashtra
Soochipara Falls
200 metres (660 ft)
Wayanad district, Kerala
Magod Falls
198 metres (650 ft)
Uttara Kannada districtKarnataka
Kunchikal Falls
183 metres (600 ft)
Udupi district,Karnataka
Joranda Falls
181 metres (594 ft)
Mayurbhanj district, Odisha
Hebbe Falls
168 metres (551 ft)
Chikkamagaluru districtKarnataka
Duduma Falls
157 metres (515 ft)
Koraput district, Odisha
Palani Falls
150 metres (490 ft)
Kullu district, Himachal Pradesh
Lodh Falls
143 metres (469 ft)
Latehar district,Jharkhand
Bahuti Falls
142 metres (466 ft)
Rewa district,Madhya Pradesh
Bishop Falls
135 metres (443 ft)
East Khasi Hills districtMeghalaya
Chachai Falls
130 metres (430 ft)
Rewa district, Madhya Pradesh
Keoti Falls
130 metres (430 ft)
Rewa district, Madhya Pradesh
Kalhatti Falls
122 metres (400 ft)
Chikkamagaluru districtKarnataka
Athirappilly Falls
120 metres (390 ft)
thrissur district,Kerala
Beadon Falls
120 metres (390 ft)
East Khasi Hills districtMeghalaya
Keppa Falls
116 metres (381 ft)
Uttara Kannada districtKarnataka
Koosalli Falls
116 metres (381 ft)
Pandavgad Falls
107 metres (351 ft)
Rajat Prapat
107 metres (351 ft)
Hoshangabad districtMadhya Pradesh
Bundla Falls
100 metres (330 ft)
Kangra district, Himachal Pradesh
Shivanasamudra Falls
98 metres (322 ft)
Mysore district, Karnataka
Lower Ghaghri Falls
98 metres (322 ft)
Latehar district, Jharkhand
Hundru Falls
98 metres (322 ft)
Ranchi district, Jharkhand
Sweet Falls
96 metres (315 ft)
East Khasi Hills districtMeghalaya
Agaya Gangai
92 metres (302 ft)
Tamil Nadu
Gatha Falls
91 metres (299 ft)
Panna district,Madhya Pradesh
Teerathgarh Falls
91 metres (299 ft)
Baster district,Chhattisgarh
Kiliyur Falls
91 metres (299 ft)
YercaudTamil Nadu
Kedumari Falls
91 metres (299 ft)
Udupi district, Karnataka
Muthyala Maduvu Falls
91 metres (299 ft)
Bangalore rural districtKarnataka
Tirathgarh Falls
91 metres (299 ft)
Bastar district, Chattisgarh
Langshiang Falls
85 metres (279 ft)
West Khasi Hills districtMeghalaya

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