Top 10 Alluring Waterfalls in Madhya Pradesh

What is the best way to get closer to nature? To explore nature and its beauty. It's pretty soulful, how nature heals human beings. Nature is indescribable, there is no specific definition that best describes nature's miraculous beauty. Nature is just perfect in all terms. Waterfalls in Madhya Pradesh are not just places to visit, but they also hold a religious legacy. Every waterfall has a religious story that captivates the heart of the beholder. The harmonious sound of the waterfall is soulful and meditative. It lets you connect with your inner self. 

Are you interested in visiting places that are peaceful and soulful? Then waterfalls and the scenic beauty around them are the best places to visit during this time of year. Let's explore the 10 most captivating waterfalls in Madhya Pradesh together.  As much as I wish you all enjoyed the waterfalls, I want to remind you to take safety and caution since water is sometimes dangerous and slippery. Have fun reading and be safe.

Bahuti Falls

Location– Rewa, Sumida Kalan, Madhya Pradesh

The best time to Visit- July to November

Bahuti Falls is the highest waterfall in Madhya Pradesh. It has a height of 145 meters or 476 ft. It is on the Sellar River, which rushes down to the valley of Mauganj to join the Belan River which is a tributary to the Tamas River. Seeing the water that falls at such a height is quite mesmerizing. This is often called ‘Indian Niagara Falls'. Everyone must visit at least once and absorb the beauty that nature offers here. 

This mesmerizing nature always has cryptic ways to amaze people. The waterfalls that fall from Bahuti Falls later continue and become Keoti Falls in Rewa.

Bhoora Khon Waterfalls

Location– Shivpuri, Madhya Pradesh

The best time to Visit- October to June

This waterfall offers satisfaction, and a chance to rejuvenate yourself. The water here falls from a height of 82 ft. There is a beautiful Shivling around the waterfall making this place perfect with greenery, scenic beauty, and religion. The majestic natural beauty here is quite amazing. There are many religious stories associated with this waterfall, making it more glorious. The glory of such places can only be felt and this is definitely a nice place to spend time with your loved ones.

Pandava Waterfalls

Location– Nahri, Madhya Pradesh

The best time to Visit– October to June

It is a belief that the Pandava brothers visited this place when they were living in the forest and used to move around places frequently. The Pandava waterfalls are a natural attraction as the water here falls with a gushy sound and is extremely white, and pure. This waterfall in Madhya Pradesh is located at a height of 30 meters from the land in the middle of Panna. Due to its historic legacy, this place attracts a lot of tourists. 

Tincha Waterfalls

Location– Berchha, Madhya Pradesh (Near Indore )

The best time to Visit- June to November

This place is just 25 km away from Indore and indeed the best place to spend a weekend or a short vacation. It offers a trekking track and scenic beauty to enjoy photography. Tincha Falls looks more beautiful during the rainy season when the huge volume of water drops down from a height of 300 feet. It is absolutely stunning and rejuvenating to visit such places. Truly one of the most visited waterfalls in Madhya Pradesh.

Rajat Pratap Waterfalls

Location– Apsara Vihar, Near Pachmarhi Madhya Pradesh (Near Indore)

The best time to Visit- June to November

Rajat Pratap waterfall is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Madhya Pradesh. It's so majestic and is also known as ‘ Big Silver Fall'. The reason behind this name is when people look at it from a distance it looks like liquid, shiny, beautiful silver is dropping. It's so beautiful and scenic when water falls forcefully from a height of 350  feet on rocks. This is a must-visit place if you enjoy trekking around the rocks and greenery in the dense forest. 

Patalpani Waterfalls

Location- Kekariya Dabri, Madhya Pradesh ( Near Indore)

The best time to visit- July to November 

Patalpani is also one of the most visited waterfalls in Madhya Pradesh. The reason behind its popularity is, that it is pretty near to Indore. People from Indore and nearby places visit this waterfall during weekends and enjoy short car drives. It is indeed a quick escape from city life, and work. People come here to enjoy the glory of nature and soak themselves in the beauty, and serenity that this place offers. The water here falls from a height of 150 feet and is a beautiful place to enjoy photography.

Bee Falls

Location- Pachmarhi, Madhya Pradesh  

The best time to visit- July to October

Bee Falls is another one of the majestic waterfalls in Madhya Pradesh. This place is most famous for its sunset point, tourists. Visitors like to visit this place around the time of sunset to capture the beauty that this place holds. It's so peaceful watching the beautiful sunset and waterfall together. The greenery, waterfall, and scenic beauty around this place are just remarkable. There are many religious stories as well that add more glory to it.

Sultangarh Waterfalls

Location- Ummedgarh, Mohana, Madhya Pradesh

The best time to visit- July to October 

Sultangarh waterfall is a natural cascade originating from the glorious River Paravati. It is so beautiful when flowy River water gushes from rocks and makes its way down. It is also a local popular picnic spot. People visit this place to rejuvenate themselves and free up their minds from their busy lives. The place is most visited during monsoons.

Dhuandhar Falls

Location- Bhedaghat, Madhya Pradesh ( Near Jabalpur)

Best time to visit- September to March

This is another serene place to be with your loved ones, friends, and family. This serene place is for those who like exploring nature and absorbing its beauty. Dhuandhar Waterfalls got its name because the water here from a distance looks like smoke coming out. This cascade is formed by the holy River Narmada and is the oldest and one of the most mesmerizing waterfalls in Madhya Pradesh.

Pawa Falls

Location- Basai, Madhya Pradesh (Near Shivpuri)

The best time to visit- July to November

This beautiful waterfall holds many majestic mythological tales. It is believed that the water here is holy and is called Pawa kund, transcripts to a pure water place. Many tourists and locals like to take a bath under this waterfall due to its glorious significance. The water here falls from a height of 100 feet. This place attracts swimmers and scuba drivers.

Author

Apoorva Batra

Apoorva is a Data Analyst by profession, Data Enthusiast, and likes to work and analyze data. She is a published poet, writer, painter, art, and music lover. It's her belief that life is a series of tiny miracles and we just need to notice them, we just need to enjoy the ‘life' ride patiently. She likes to chant Vedas and loves reading books in several genres.

Apoorva Batra

Hello there! I'm a data analyst by profession and a poet by heart. For me writing is solace❤️

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