5 Highest Waterfalls In India!
Kunchikal falls are located in the Agumbey Valley in Karnataka. It is the second highest in Asia and 1st highest in India. It is 1493 feet high. Agumbey Valley is the only permanent rainforest of India. It is one of the places where high rainfall in India is recorded.
Barehepani falls is located in a Similipal National Park in Orrissa. It is the second highest In India with a height of 1309 feet. This falls originates from the Bay of Bengal and attracts a wide range of tourists because of its forest beauty.
Lanhshiang falls are found in the state of Meghalaya.it is formed from the confluence of streams of kynshi river. It is about 1106 feet in height. This falls is great looking during the time of monsoon.
Nohkalikai is located in chirapunji one of the wettest places of all times. It is about 1120 feet in height. It is 3rd highest waterfall of India. There is a pool formed at its base which adds to its beauty.
Dhud-milk, this falls is from sea of milk. It is the fifth highest waterfall of India with a height of 1020 feet. It is located in Goa and adds greatly to its aesthetic beauty. It transforms to most powerful waterfalls during monsoons.