Reckoned as the heart of India, Madhya Pradesh has been the best example of nature's beauty. History, Art and Culture is not the only reasons for which Madhya Pradesh is famous, there are some cascading beauties as well that lures nature enthusiasts in large numbers. Waterfall of Madhya Pradesh is as vivacious as its culture. The cascading beauties of Madhya Pradesh make one understand the real meaning of the quote said by an anonymous 'Live like a waterfall, free and wild.'
The scenic beauty of these waterfalls is opulent; its everlasting scenery makes all these places favorite of photography lovers and nature enthusiasts. So, the tourist is a nature lover then they should make their way to these cascades. Waterfalls of Madhya Pradesh are in full swing during the monsoon season as the heavy downpour fills the waterfalls to the brim. Diversity is synonymous to Madhya Pradesh; the dynamic state is a surreal land that has captivated the hearts of many tourists.
North, South, East, West, Madhya Pradesh has a sizeable number of waterfalls. One of the most among them all is the Dhuandhar. The water curves show it unique faces in different seasons. During the months of monsoon, the water rapids turn ferocious while in summer, the look is different as one can see beautiful crevasses the water has carved into the limestone. Keoti Falls in Rewa district is yet another charming white water shower that Madhya Pradesh has in its kitty. The formation waterfall is evoking and spellbinding. Bahuti is the largest waterfall in Madhya Pradesh. What makes this cascade special is not its length but its surroundings beauty that is spectacular to experience.
See below for the list of waterfalls that can be seen on holiday in Madhya Pradesh. On a next holiday to Madhya Pradesh, do visit Madhya Pradesh waterfalls, especially in monsoon when nature is evergreen as always and water rapids are vehement.
Mentioned below are some of the renowned waterfalls that can be seen in Madhya Pradesh
|Bhoora Khon Waterfall||82.021 fr (25 m)||Shivpuri|
|Gangulpara Tank and Waterfall||Balaghat|
|Bahuti Falls (Highest waterfall in Madhya Pradesh)||466 ft(142 metres)||Rewa|
|Kapildhara Waterfalls||100 ft (30.48 m)||Anuppur|
|Lilahi Waterfall/Dhanora Falls||Chhindwara|
|Pandav Falls||98 ft (30 metres)||Panna|
|Raneh Falls||98 ft(30 m)||Chhatarpur|
|Sanakua Waterfalls||55 kms from Bhind|
|Shambhudhara Waterfalls||114 ft (35 m)||Anuppur|
|Tincha Falls||300 ft (90.04)||Indore|
|Dugdhdhara Waterfalls||10 ft (3.048 m)||Amarkantak|
|Chachai Falls||427 ft (130 m)||Rewa|
|Gatha Falls||300 ft (91 m)||Panna|
|Keoti Falls||427 ft (130 m)||Rewa|
|Rajat Prapat||350 ft (110 m)||Hoshangabad district|
|Patalpani Falls||200 ft (61 m)||Borkhedi|
|Dhuandhar Falls||98 ft (30 m)||Jabalpur|
|Purwa Falls||230 ft(70 m)||Rewa|