List of waterfalls in India

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This is a list of waterfalls in India sorted by state. The Indian state of Karnataka has more waterfalls than any other state. Karnataka has 544 waterfalls which are at least 10 metres in height. Maharashtra comes second with 364 waterfalls. Kerala has 319 of them and Tamilnadu takes the fourth place with 296 waterfalls.

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Andhra Pradesh

NameDistrictHeightPhotoDetails
Kailasakona Falls Chittoor This perennial waterfall located in the Nagari valley near Tirupati in Chittoor district originates from a fracture in a sheet rock.
Rampachodavaram East Godavari
Nemaligundla falls Prakasam Near Giddalur town in Nallamala Forest
Ethipothala Falls Guntur Ethipothala Water Falls.jpg Situated on Ethipothala river, a tributary of river Krishna, and is located in Thallapalle village of Macherla mandal, Guntur District, Andhra Pradesh
Kapila Theertham ChittoorNear holy town Tirumala
Talakona Chittoor Talakona waterfall view 01.jpg Highest waterfall in Andhra Pradesh State
Ubbalamdugu Falls Chittoor Tada Falls near SriCity.jpg Also called Tada Falls or Kambakam Falls
Katiki Waterfalls Visakhapatnam near Araku, Visakhapatnam District
Thatiguda Falls
Bhairava Kona Prakasam Near Pamur town in Nallamala Forest
Champawati Prakasam
Shiav Kunda Prakasam
Basistha
Penchalakona Water Falls Nellore Penchalakona2.JPG Located around 115 km (71 mi) from Tirupati
Kalyan Revu Water Falls Palamaner Kalyan Revu.jpg Located around 10 km (6.2 mi) from Palamaner
Kigal Water Falls Palamaner Kigal waterfalls.jpg Located around 28 km (17 mi) from Palamaner
Ganganna Sirrasu Water Falls Palamaner Ganganna sirrasu falls.jpg Located around 10 km (6.2 mi) from Palamaner

Arunachal Pradesh

NameDistrictHeightPhotoDetails
Nuranang Falls Tawang 100 m Bong bong falls.jpg Also called the Bong Bong Falls, located around 40 km from Tawang town.
Bap Teng Kang Waterfall Tawang 100 ftAlso called the BTK Fountain, located about 82 km from Tawang town.
Jung Fall Tawang Located 35 km from Tawang town and 5 km from town of Jung.

Assam

NameDistrictHeightPhotoDetails
Akashiganga water falls Hojai 50 km south-east of Nagaon and 26 km from Hojai, near Doboka.
Chapanala Nagaon Chapanala Water Falls.jpg Also known as Champawati Kunda. 28 km east of Nagaon.
Kakochang Karbi Anglong Located at a distance of 13 km from Bokakhat, near Kaziranga.
Sivakunda Morigaon Situated in the Amsoi hills.
Dikrut (Paklongkam) East Karbi Anglong A beautiful waterfall located into the bosom of mountain.
Kangthilangso Waterfall East Karbi Anglong A beautiful waterfall located in Kanthi village, around 12 km from Denarong (Dengaon) along NH 36.
Bheloghat (Paklangso) East Karbi Anglong Bheloghat Waterfalls.jpg
Panimur fall and Koka fall Dima Hasao District and West Karbi Anglong district view is located in between Diyungmukh -to- Umrongso road in Dima Hasao District, 15–20 km away from Diyungbra Police Station Whereas Koka fall is on opposite side of Panimur i.e. West Karbi Anglong district, Assam. Route connectivity - via Lanka -to- Umrongso road.
The Kopili River turns into a thrilling waterfall, rolling over the rocks of Panimur and it also divides the two districts of Assam the Dima Hasao District and West Karbi Anglong district on both the banks of Kopili River. Most visitor might not know about the fact that tells a history of Dimasa Legendary Princess- " Dishru " and the holy place for the Dimasas. It is purely a holy bath place for the people of Dimasas. It is also called Kopili Tirtha Sthan.
Bendao BaIglai Dima Hasao Sampardisa village near Haflong
Tegheria East Kamrup Khetri

Bihar

NameDistrictHeightPhotoDetails
Kakolat Falls Nawada 160 ft Waterfall Kakolat.jpg
North Tank Jamalpur
Madhuvdhandam
Dhua Kund Falls Rohtas
Telhar Kund Bhabhua TelharFallKaimurBihar.jpg
Manjhar Kund Rohtas
Karkat Waterfall Kaimur KarKatWaterfalls.jpg

Chhattisgarh

NameDistrictHeightPhotoDetails
Chitrakoot Falls Jagdalpur100 ft (30 m) Chitrakot waterfalls.JPG
Amritdhara falls Manedragarh50 ft (15 m) Beautiful close up of Amritdhara Waterfall - panoramio.jpg
Teerathgarh Falls 300 ft (91 m) Teerathgarh waterfall.jpg
Tree Falls 300 ft (91 m)

Goa

NameDistrictHeightPhotoDetails
Arvalem Falls North Goa
Dudhsagar Falls South Goa310 m (1,020 ft) Doodhsagar Waterfalls.jpg
Kuske falls South Goa
Kesarval Falls South Goa
Tamdi Surla Falls South Goa

Gujarat

NameDistrictHeightPhotoDetails
Juna Ghata Falls Narmada, Narmada district
Gira falls Gira Water Fall saputara.JPG near Saputara
Gira dhodh Falls Dangnear Waghai
Hathni waterfall Panchmahal100 meternear Jambughoda wildlife sanctuary
Jamjir Falls Junagadh12 meternear Gir Forest National Park
Machhu Falls
Ninai Falls Narmada, Dediyapada Taluka, Narmada district Ninai Waterfalls Narmada Gujarat.jpg
Zanzari Falls Sabarkantha, Dabha, Sabarkantha
Zarwani Falls Narmadanear Kevadiya, Narmada district
Girmal Falls Dang, Girmal, Dang District
Jatashankar Falls Junagadh, Girnar, Junagadh District
Kokam Falls Dediapada, Narmada District

Himachal Pradesh

NameDistrictHeightPhotoDetails
Badri Falls
Bhagsu Falls Mcleod Gunj area
Jogini Falls A beautiful waterfall situated near Vashisht Village. 4 Km from Vashisht Temple and 7.5 Km from Manali Bus Stand.Location in Manali.
Bundla Falls 328 ft (100 m)
Chadwick Falls Shimla region
Machhrial Falls
Palani Falls 492 ft (150 m)
Rahla Falls Leh Manali Highway
Sissu Falls Leh Manali Highway

Jammu and Kashmir

Aharbal Falls

Jharkhand

NameDistrictHeightPhotoDetails
Chiller Arpid Falls
Dassam Falls Ranchi144 ft (44 m) Dassam falls.jpg on Kanchi river, a tributary of Subarnarekha river
Dharagiri Falls
Gua Falls
Halpad Falls
Hirni Falls West Singhbhum Hirni Falls.JPG
Hundru Falls Ranchi320 ft (98 m) Hundru.jpg on Subarnarekha river
Jadni Falls
Jonha Falls Jonha falls.jpg also called Gautamdhara
Kelaghagh Falls
Keridah Falls
Lodh Falls 468 ft (143 m) Lodh falls.jpg also called Burhaghagh Falls
Lower Ghaghri Falls 320 ft (98 m) Lowar Ghaghri Falls.jpg
Maludah Falls
Mirchaiya Falls
Moti Jharna Falls
Panchghagh Falls Khunti Panchghagh falls.jpg
Perwa ghagh Falls
Rajrappa Ramgarh
Sadni Falls 200 ft (61 m)
Sita Falls Sita falls 054.jpg
Sugabandh Falls
Upper Ghaghri Falls
Usri Falls Ushri falls.JPG

Karnataka

NameDistrictHeightPhotoDetails
Jhari Falls Chikmagalur 165–230 ft (50–70 m)22 km (14 mi) from Chikmagalur
Gaganachukki and Bharachukki Falls Chamarajanagar - Barachukki - a revelation.jpg River Cauvery, 100 km (62 mi) from Bangalore
Apsarakonda Falls Uttara Kannada - Apsarakonda Falls.jpg River Sharavati, 8 km (5.0 mi) from Honnavar
Lalguli Falls Uttara Kannada 250 ft (76 m) River Kali, 13 km (8.1 mi) from Yellapur
Nisargadhama Falls Madikeri River Cauvery 2 km (1.2 mi) from Kushalnagar
Burude Falls or Dodmane Falls Uttara Kannada 20 km (12 mi)+ from Siddapura and 55 km (34 mi)+ from Sirsi on Siddapur-Kumta road
Shivagange Falls Uttara Kannada 243 ft (74 m)River Sonda, 45 km (28 mi) from Sirsi
Belkal theertha Shimoga & Udupi 600 ft (180 m)During rainy season, 110 km (68 mi) from Shimoga
Dabbe Falls Sagar, Karnataka near Hosagadde, 20 km (12 mi) from Kargal
Waate haLLa Falls Uttara Kannada 100 ft (30 m)+30 km (19 mi) from Sirsi
Vibhooti Falls Uttara Kannada Vibuthi water falls.jpg 50 km (31 mi) from Sirsi on Yana-Ankola Road
Alekan Falls Dakshina Kannada 18 km (11 mi) from Charmadi
Dondole Falls Dakshina Kannada 50 ft (15 m)+23 km (14 mi) from Charmadi
Shanti Falls Chikmagalur 12 ft (3.7 m)near Kemmanagundi
Abbey Falls Kodagu 1632 px - Abbey Falls India.JPG 8 km (5.0 mi) from Madikeri
Arisina Gundi Falls Udupi near Kollur
Barkana Falls Shimoga 850 ft (260 m) ... viewing Barkana Falls (16168205456).jpg River Sita, near Agumbe
Bennehole Falls Uttara Kannada 230 ft (70 m)On the way to Kumta from Sirsi
Chunchanakatte Falls Mysore 66 ft (20 m) Chunchanakatte Falls.jpg River Cauvery, 15 km (9.3 mi) from Krishnarajanagara
Godchinamalaki Falls Belgaum 141 ft (43 m) Godachinmalki falls.jpg River Markandeya, 16 km (9.9 mi) from Gokak
Gokak Falls Belgaum 170 ft (52 m) Gokak Falls.jpg River Ghataprabha, 6 km (3.7 mi) from Gokak
Hebbe Falls Chikmagalur 551 ft (168 m) Hebbe Falls.JPG 10 km (6.2 mi) from Kemmanagundi
Irupu Falls Kodagu 170 ft (52 m) Irupu-falls.jpg River Lakshmana Tirtha 48 km (30 mi) from Virajpet
Jomlu Theertha Falls Udupi 30 ft (9.1 m) Seethanadi, 35 km (22 mi) from Udupi
Chelavara Falls Kodagu 10 km (6.2 mi) from Palace Estate
Mallalli Falls Kodagu Mallalli Falls.jpg River Kumaradhara, 25 km (16 mi) from Somwarpet
Jog Falls or Gersoppa Falls Shivamogga 829 ft (253 m) Jog Falls 05092016.jpg River Sharavati, 30 km (19 mi) from Sagara
Hidlumane Falls Shivamogga 100 ft (30 m) Kodachadri water stream, 105 km (65 mi) from Shivamogga
Kalhatti Falls Chikmagalur 403 ft (123 m)near Kemmanagundi
Unchalli Falls or Keppa Falls Uttara Kannada 380 ft (120 m)35 km (22 mi) from Siddapura 45 km (28 mi) from Sirsi
Koosalli Falls Udupi 380 ft (120 m)70 km (43 mi) from Udupi
Kudumari Falls or Belligundi Falls Udupi 300 ft (91 m)
Magod Falls Uttara Kannada 650 ft (200 m)River Bedti, 17 km (11 mi) from Yellapur
Manikyadhara Falls Chikmagalur 1 km (0.62 mi) from Baba Budangiri
Muthyala Maduvu Waterfall Bangalore 40 km (25 mi) from Bangalore, very small waterfall
Shivanasamudra Falls Chamarajanagar 320 ft (98 m) River Cauvery, 139 km (86 mi) from Bangalore
Sathodi Falls Uttara Kannada 49 ft (15 m) River Kali, 32 km (20 mi) from Yellapur
Varapoha Falls Belgaum 197 ft (60 m) River Mandovi, 60 km (37 mi) from Belgaum
Sirimane Falls Chikmagalur 22 km (14 mi) from Sringeri
Sogal Falls Belgaum near Bailhongal
Chunchi Falls Bangalore River Arkavathi, 90 km (56 mi) from Bangalore
Shimsha Falls or Ganalu Falls Mandya River Shimsha, 11.5 km (7.1 mi) from Halaguru on HN 209
Suthanabbe Falls or Hanumanagundi Falls Chikmagalur 100 ft (30 m)+near Kudremukh
Kunchikal Falls Shimoga 1,493 ft (455 m) [1] River Varahi, near Mastikatte in Shimoga district. Recognised as the highest waterfall in India.

Kerala

NameDistrictHeightPhotoDetails
Adimali waterfalls Idukki near Adimali
Adyanpara Falls Malappuram Adhyan para water fall.jpg near Nilambur
Alakapuri Falls Kannur
Anakallumpara falls Kozhikode
Ananthoni Falls 20 m (66 ft)between Talinji and Manjampatti villages on the Ten Ar River, Manjampatti Valley, Indira Gandhi National Park
Anchuruli waterfalls Idukki
Aripara falls Kozhikode
Aruvi falls Trivandrum
Aruvikkuzhy Falls Pathanamthitta near Maramon, Kozhencherry
Aruvikkuzhi Waterfalls Kottayam The Cascading beauty.jpg near Pallickathode
Athirappilly Falls Thrissur 80 ft (24 m) AthirappillyfallsImage(04321).jpg
Attukad Falls Idukki Munnar
Attukal Falls
Bona falls Trivandrum
Braemore estate falls Trivandrum
Charpa Falls Thrissur The Milky Charpa Falls, Chalakudy.jpg
Cheeyappara Falls Idukki Cheeyappara Waterfalls Adimaly kerala.jpg near Adimali
Chellarkovil Falls Idukki near Thekkady
Chethalayam Falls Wayanad [2]
Dhoni Falls Palakkad
Gavi falls Idukki Gavi
Kaalakkayam Falls Trivandrum
Kanthampara falls Wayanad
Karithode falls Idukki
Kattikayam falls Kottayam near Melukavu and Illickal Kallu
Keezharkuth Falls / Rainbow falls Idukki Udumbannoor village, 25 km from Thodupuzha
Kochu kuttalam falls Kollam Anapettakonkal near Thenmala
Kombaikani falls Trivandrum
Kozhippara falls Kozhikode
Kudamutti Falls Kollam
Kumbhavurutty Falls Kollam Kumbavuruty water falls2.jpg near Aryankavu
Kurangani falls Idukki
Kuthumkal falls Idukki Munnar
Lakkom Water Falls Idukki Lukkam waterfalls, Munnar, Kerala.jpg near Munnar
Madammakkulam waterfalls Idukki near Kuttikkanam
Madatharuvi Falls Pathanamthitta near Ranny
Manalar falls Kollam
Mankayam Falls/Kurisadi falls Trivandrum
Marmala waterfall Kottayam Marmala Waterfall.jpg near Erattupetta
Meenmutty Falls, Thiruvananthapuram Trivandrum Meenmutty Falls.jpg
Meenmutty Falls Wayanad 984 ft (300 m) Meenmutty Falls Wayanad.JPG
Meenvallam falls Palakkad
Mulamkuzhi Ernakulam near Malayattoor in Ernakulam District
Muniyara Falls
Nyayamkad Falls Idukki Munnar
Orakkampara falls Pathanamthitta
Oliyarik Waterfalls Kollam
Panieli Poru waterfalls Ernakulam
Palakapandi Water Falls Palakkad near Kollengode
Palaruvi Falls Kollam 300 ft (91 m) Palaruvi waterfalls.JPG in Aryankavu near Punalur
Pathankayam falls Kozhikode Kalpetta
Pattathippara Falls Thrissur
Peringalkuthu Thrissur near Athirappilly
Perunthenaruvi Falls Pathanamthitta Perunthenaruvi01.jpg
Pindimed Falls
Pookkulam falls Idukki
Powerhouse falls / Chinnakanal falls Idukki Munnar
Puliyarkota falls Wayanad Kalpetta
Seetharkundu Waterfalls near Kollengode
Siruvani Waterfalls Palakkad Siruvani Waterfalls Upper part.jpg
Soochipara Falls/ Sentinelrock fallsin Wayanad 656 ft (200 m) Soojipara.jpg
Thenpara Falls Kozhikode near Thusharagiri
Thommankuthu Falls Idukki Thommankuthu water falls.jpg near Thodupuzha
Thooval waterfalls Idukki Eetithoppu
Thusharagiri Falls Kozhikode Thusharagiri Falls.jpg
Thuvanam waterfalls Idukki Munnar
Ulakkayurutty falls Idukki Elappara
Urakkuzhi Falls Kozhikode
Valanjanganam falls Idukki near Kuttikkanam
Valanthode Falls Kozhikode
Valara Falls Idukki near Adimali
Vazhachal Falls Thrissur Vazhachal Falls.JPG near Athirappilly
Vazhvanthol waterfalls Trivandrum PNTX8329.jpg
Vellarimala falls Kozhikode

Idukki district alone has about 50 small or big waterfalls, most of which are not included above because of not being well known and some being only active during monsoons. It is the same with Wayanad district, Pathanamthitta district and other hilly districts.

Madhya Pradesh

NameDistrictHeightPhotoDetails
Bahuti Falls Rewa650 ft (200 m) Bahuti waterfall Rewa.JPG
Bhoora Khon Waterfall
Chachai Falls Rewa427 ft (130 m) Chachai falls rewa 03.jpg
Dhuandhar Falls Jabalpur Dhuandhar Waterfalls in Bhedaghat, India.jpg
Dugdhdhara Waterfalls Anuppur
Gangulpara Tank and Waterfall
Gatha Falls 300 ft (91 m)
Gorakhaal Fall
Kapildhara Waterfalls Anuppur
Keoti Falls Rewa427 ft (130 m) Keoti Fall.JPG
Kukdi Khapa Waterfall
Lilahi Waterfall
Pandav Falls
Patalpani waterfall Indore200 ft (61 m) Patalpani Waterfalls.jpg
Pawa Waterfalls
Purwa Falls 230 ft (70 m) Purva Falls formed by Tons River.jpg
Rajat Prapat 350 ft (110 m) Silver Fall (Rajat Prapat in Hindi).jpg
Raneh Falls Raneh Falls.jpg
Sanakua Waterfalls
Shambhudhara Waterfalls
Sultan Garh Waterfall
Tincha Falls

Maharashtra

NameDistrictHeightPhotoDetails
Ale's waterfall Satara on the Tapola Road near Zolchikhind is about 8 to 9 kilometers from Mahabaleshwar
Amboli Ghat Falls Sindhudurg 400 ft (120 m) Amboli2.jpg 1 km from Amboli; well known for its fresh and pleasing environs
Barki Waterfalls Kolhapur 65 km (40 mi) from Kolhapur
Berki Waterfalls Kolhapur 4 km (2.5 mi) from Gaganbawada or 75 km (47 mi) from Kolhapur, in Amboli Ghats
Bhilar Waterfalls Satara Seen on the Mahabaleshwar Panchgani road is one of the beautiful falls on the Kudali river arising from the Bhilar village
Bhildari valley Waterfalls Aurangabad Near 3 km (1.9 mi) from Kannad or 12 km (7.5 mi) from Chalisgaon
Bhivpuri Waterfalls Thane 8 km (5.0 mi) from Bhivpuri railway station, or 20 km (12 mi) from Karjat railway station
Chinchghar Falls Sindhudurg 10 km (6.2 mi) from Kudal town
Chinchoti Waterfalls Thane 100 ft (30 m) high & 20 ft (6.1 m) broad5 km (3.1 mi) from Mumbai-Palghar highway near Vasai
Chinmans waterfalls Satara It is 2.5 km (1.6 mi) away from Mahabaleshwar, towards the south into the Koyana Valley
Chirkehind Waterfalls Satara In the lower portion of the Ambenali ghat about 6–7 km (3.7–4.3 mi) after the diversion to Ragtag
Dabhosa Waterfalls Thane 300 ft (91 m) Dahbosa Waterfalls.jpg 5 km (3.1 mi) from Javhar
Dhobi Falls Satara 450 ft (140 m)3 km (1.9 mi) from Mahableshwar town, formed on the banks of Koyna River
Dodhvne Tivre Falls Ratnagiri 200 ft (61 m)10 km (6.2 mi) from Sangameshwar
Dudhsagar Waterfalls Nashik 100 ft (30 m)Located around 8 km (5.0 mi) to the west of Nasik near Someshwar Temple
Dugarwadi Waterfalls Nashik 450 ft (140 m)Approx. 30 km from Nashik, Near Nashik
Garambi Waterfalls Raigad 100 ft (30 m)Located near Murud, 5 km (3.1 mi) from Janjira
Gavlideo Hill Falls Thane 5 km (3.1 mi) from Thane, located near Thane - Belapur road
Kandhar Waterfalls Sangli 25 km (16 mi) from Peth Naka on NH4, 65 km (40 mi) from Sangli, 70 km (43 mi) from Miraj railway junction
Kataldhar Lonavla Pune 350 ft (107 m) Behind Kataldhar Waterfall.jpg 11 km from Lonavala
Kelghar waterfalls Satara on the Mahabaleshwar-Medha-Satara road almost 14 to 15 kilometers away from the main marketplace
Kune Falls Pune 659 ft (201 m)10 km (6.2 mi) from old Mumbai-Pune Expressway in Lonvala-Khandala valley
Lingamala Waterfalls Satara 620 ft (190 m)Located 6 km (3.7 mi) away from the famous hill station Mahabaleshwar and at top of the Venna Valley
Malsej ghat Falls Thane 400 ft (120 m)45 km (28 mi) from Murbadtown, in the Malsej ghat falls or 115 km (71 mi) from Thane City
Mandakini Waterfalls Satara 25 km (16 mi) from Mahableshwar
Marleshwar Waterfalls Ratnagiri Marleshwar Fall1.jpg 5 km (3.1 mi) from Devrukh, formed on the banks of Bav River
Nagartas Falls Sindhudurg 320 ft (98 m)50 km (31 mi) from Kankavli town, in the Amboli Ghat or 100 km (62 mi) from Kolhapur
Napne Falls Sindhudurg 250 ft (76 m)15 km (9.3 mi) from Vaibhavwadi
Needle Point Waterfalls Satara 20 km (12 mi) from Panchgani, close to Mahabaleshwar-Panchgani route
Nivali Falls Ratnagiri 50 km (31 mi) from Sangameshwar, located on Ratnagiri-Ganpatipule route
Ozarde Waterfalls Patan, Satar 10 km (6.2 mi) from Koyna
Palsambe Waterfalls Kolhapur 45 km (28 mi) from Kolhapur, on the way to Gaganbawada at Palsamba
Pandavkada Falls Raigad 350 ft (110 m) Pandavkada.jpg Situated in the hills near Kharghar, Navi Mumbai near Mumbai-Pune Expressway
Peb Waterfalls Raigad 10 km (6.2 mi) from Neral railway station, on the way to Matheran
Ramatirth Waterfall Kolhapur Ramtir2.jpg On the banks of Hiranyakeshi river nearly 10 km (6.2 mi) from Ajara
Ramdharneshwar Waterfalls Raigad 20 km (12 mi) from Alibaug, near Khim village
Rajmachi Waterfalls Pune 5 km (3.1 mi) from Khandala, can be seen from Mumbai - Pune Expressway
Randha Falls Ahmednagar 350 ft (110 m)50 km (31 mi) from Nashik, or 45 km (28 mi) from Kasara railway station
Sahastrakunda Waterfalls Nanded situated on Painganga river at sahastrakund
SavDav Waterfalls Sindhudurg 10 km (6.2 mi) from Kankavli town
Sawatkada Waterfalls Raigad On the way to Garambi, through the village Shighre, near Alibaug
Sawatkada Waterfalls Ratnagiri Savdav fall.jpg 1 km from Chiplun city Chiplun city
Tamhini Waterfalls Pune In the Tamihini ghats, near Pune
Tapalwadi Falls Thane 350 ft (110 m) Bhivpur waterfall.jpg 3 km (1.9 mi) from Neral railway station on the route to Matheran hill station
Thoseghar Waterfalls Satara 1,150 ft (350 m) toosheghr jlpaat.JPG 36 km (22 mi) from Satara, a full front view of the falls can be obtained by going to Chalkewadi and then walking down the road for 5 km (3.1 mi)
Tiger Falls Pune near Lonavala in Khandala Ghat, 80 km (50 mi) from Mumbai, or 70 km (43 mi) from Pune
Tigher Waterfalls Thane 300 ft (91 m)10 km (6.2 mi) from Karjat railway station
Umbrella Falls Ahmednagar Umbrella Waterfalls.JPG 50 km (31 mi) from Nashik, or 45 km (28 mi) from Kasara railway station
Usarvardhane Waterfalls Thane 300 ft (91 m)Near the Kansai village, 5 km (3.1 mi) by vehicle and a 45-minute trek thereafter
Vajrai Waterfall Satara 853 ft (260 m) Vajrai.jpg 27 km (17 mi) from Satara District near Kas flower valley
Vihigaon Waterfalls Mumbai 125 km (78 mi)125 km (78 mi) from Mumbai city near Kasara, on Mumbai-Nashik Highway map [3]
Vyaghreshwar waterfall Sindhudurg 300 ft (91 m) Vyaghreshwar Waterfall2.JPG near Mnche, 30 km (19 mi) from Tarale (which is on Mumbai-Goa highway)
Zenith Waterfalls Thane 450 ft (140 m)10 km (6.2 mi) from Khopoli railway station, 20 km (12 mi) from Karjat railway station

Manipur

NameDistrictHeightPhotoDetails
Barak Falls Tamenglong
Khayang Falls [4] Ukhrul
Sadu Chiru Waterfalls [5] Kangpokpi Popularly known as Leimaram Falls, Sadar Hills
Taphou Falls Kangpokpi Taphou waterfalls.jpg A series of three waterfalls located near Taphou Kuki Village in Manipur
Khoupum Waterfalls [6] Tamenglong
Ngaloi Waterfalls Churachandpur

Meghalaya

NameDistrictHeightPhotoDetails
Beadon Falls Shillong 394 ft (120 m)
Bishop Falls Shillong 443 ft (135 m)
Kynrem Falls Cherrapunjee 1,000 ft (300 m) Kynrem Falls.jpg The highest waterfall in Meghalaya
Langshiang Falls West Khashi Hills 1,107 ft (337 m) Langshiang Falls Located in Sangriang, Nongstoin.jpg
Nohkalikai Falls East Khasi Hills District, Sohra 1,100 ft (340 m) Nohikalakai Falls.jpg Highest plunge water falls in India
Nohsngithiang Falls Cherrapunjee 1,035 ft (315 m) Where Sky meets Earth.jpg AKA Seven Sister Falls
Sweet Falls Shillong 315 ft (96 m)
Elephant Falls Shillong Elephant Falls.jpg
Crinoline Falls Shillong
Margaret Falls Shillong
Spread Eagle Falls Shillong
Krang Suri Falls Amlarem
Wah Rashi Falls Syntung
Thum Falls Nongstoin
Weinia Falls Nongstoin
Tyrshi Falls Sohra
Thlumuwi Falls West Jaintia Hills
Pelga Falls West Garo Hills
Rong’bang Falls West Garo Hills
Byrdaw Falls Pomshutia
Lawai Falls Thynroit
Wah Kaba Falls Sohra Wah Kaba Falls.jpg
Dainthlen Falls East Khasi Hills District, Sohra
Lyngkshiar Falls Sohra
Wei Sawdong Falls Sohra
Umkrem Falls Umkrem
Borhill Falls Borhill
Rainbow Falls Sohra / Nongriat SaurabhSawant RainbowFalls Nongriat MG 2913.jpg
Kshaid U Ren Falls Umniuh Tmar
Kudoi Falls Mairang
Wahriat Falls Nongstoin
Khoh Ramhah East Khasi Hills District, Sohra Also known as Motrop

Mizoram

NameDistrictHeightPhotoDetails
Tuirihiau Falls Tuirihiau falls, Mizoram.jpg
Vantawng Falls 324 ft (99 m) Vantawng Khawhthla.jpg
Badaghagara Kendujhar Badaghagara Kendujhar.jpg
Kandhadhar Falls Khandhadhar Falls.jpg
Sanaghagara Falls Kendujhar Sanaghagara Kendujhar.jpg

Odisha

NameDistrictHeightPhotoDetails
Ammakunda Falls Malkangiri district
AshokjharJajpurNear Sukinda
Badaghagara Waterfall Kendujhar 60 ft (18 m) Badaghagara Kendujhar.jpg
Bagra Falls Koraput 30 ft (9.1 m)
Barehipani Falls Mayurbhanj 1,308 ft (399 m) Barehipani Falls.jpg
Beniadhus fall Nuapada 24 ft (7.3 m)
Bhimkund Fall Kendujhar
Budhakholo Falls Ganjam 25 ft (7.6 m)
Chatikona Falls Rayagada
Deokunda Falls Mayurbhanj
Duduma Waterfalls Koraput 574 ft (175 m) Raniduduma Koraput.jpg
Gandahathi Falls Gajapati
Handi Bhanga Waterfall Kendujhar 30 ft (9.1 m)
Harishankar Falls Sundergarh
Hathi Pathar Falls Rayagada
Joranda Falls Mayurbhanj 492 ft (150 m) Joranda Water Fall Simlipal Biosphere Reserve.jpg
Khandadhar Falls, Sundagarh Sundergarh 800 ft (240 m) Khandhadhar Falls.jpg
Khandadhar Falls, Kendujhar Kendujhar 500 ft (150 m) Khandadhar fall.jpg
Khanduala Falls Kalahandi
Koilighugar Waterfall Jharsuguda 200 ft (61 m) Koilighugar Waterfall, Jharsuguda.jpg
Phurlijharan Falls Kalahandi 30 ft (9.1 m) Phurlijharan.JPG
Pradhanpat WaterFalls Deogarh 30 ft (9.1 m)
Putudi Falls Kandhamal
Machhakunda Falls Koraput
Miriglotah Falls Sundergarh
Nrusimhanath Falls Bargarh
Rabandarh Falls Kalahandi
Sanaghagara Waterfall Kendujhar 30 ft (9.1 m) Sanaghagara Kendujhar.jpg
Sonepur Falls

Rajasthan

NameDistrictHeightPhotoDetails
Menal Falls Chittorgarh 153 ftNH27 Menal,22 km from Begun
Bhemlat Falls Bundi 50 ftBundi
Alewa Falls Alwas
Chuliya fall chittorgarh 9 m (30 ft)Rawatbhata, Chittorgarh

Tamil Nadu

NameDistrictHeightPhotoDetails
Agasthiyar Falls Tirunelveli Papanasam Waterfall.jpg Vickramasingapuram
Agaya Gangai Namakkal Agaya Gangai.JPG Puliancholai in Kolli Hills
Aintharuvi Tirunelveli Five Falls near Kutralam Falls
Amirthi Falls Vellore 25 km (16 mi) south of Javadi Hills
Anju Veedu Dindigul 27 km (17 mi) from Kodaikanal in the Villpatti Range
Ayyanar Falls Virudhunagar 10 km (6.2 mi) south of Rajapalayam
Bamen Falls Dindigul in Palani Hills National Park
Bear Shola Falls Dindigul 2 km (1.2 mi) from Kodaikanal
Bheema Falls Tiruvannamalai In Javadi Hills
Bikkanapalli Falls

Krishnagiri

Catherine Falls Nilgiris 250 ft (76 m) Catherine Falls view from Dolphin's Nose.jpg Kotagiri
Chinnakallar Falls Coimbatore Near Pollachi
Chitraruvi Tirunelveli Small falls near Kutralam Falls
Elk Falls Nilgiris Kotagiri
Fairy Falls Dindigul 5 km (3.1 mi) from Kodaikanal
Gaur Vellaiyan Falls Dindigul 52 ft (16 m)Kilavarai near Kodaikanal
Glen Falls (Tamil Nadu) Dindigul Vilpatti on Palar (Kallar)
Hogenakkal Falls Dharmapuri Hogenakkal Tamil Nadu.JPG River Couvery, 46 km (29 mi) from Dharmapuri
Halashana Falls Nilgiris 150 ft (46 m)
Jalagamparai Falls Vellore Near Yelagiri on Attaru River
Kalhutti Fall Nilgiris 170 ft (52 m)
Kalikesam Falls Kanyakumari
Karteri Fall Nilgiris Aruvankadu
Aanaivaari Muttal Salem 10 km from Attur, 3 km up Kalrayan Hills from the Muttal Lake - Ecotourism, partnership of Tamil Nadu Tourism & Forest Departments
Kaviyam Falls Villupuram
Keni Falls

Madurai

Kiliyur Falls Salem 300 ft (91 m) Kiliyur waterfalls near Yercaud.jpg
Kolakambai Falls Nilgiris 400 ft (120 m)
Koraiyar Falls Tiruchirappalli kooraiyaarru aruvi.jpg in Pachaimalai near Arumbavur
Kottamala Falls

Madurai

Kumbakkarai Falls Theni Kumbakkarai, 8 km (5.0 mi) from Periyakulam on Pambar River
Kutharapaanjan Falls Tirunelveli Panagudi
Kuthiraiyar Falls Dindigul 295 ft (90 m)near Pappampatti from Kukkal on Kudiraiyar River
Kutladampatti Falls Madurai 90 ft (27 m) Kutladampatti waterfalls Vadipatti.JPG Kutladampatti
Kutralam Falls Tirunelveli 167 m (548 ft) Courtallam.jpg
Law's Fall Nilgiris Coonoor
Mangalam Falls Tiruchirapalli (Mangalam falls) in Pachaimalai
Manimuthar Falls Tirunelveli Manimuthar-Falls.jpg above the Manimuthar dam, pond 90 ft (27 m) deep, 35 km (22 mi) from Tirunelveli
Mayil Uthu Falls Perambalur 18 km (11 mi) from Esanai in Pachaimalai
Masi Falls

Namakkal

Masila Falls Namakkal
Monkey Falls Coimbatore Monkey falls3.JPG on Coimbatore-Pollachi-Valparai Highways
Megam Falls

Villupuram

Neptune Falls Dindigul rapids in Palani Hills National Park
Paalaru Falls Tirunelveli 15 km (9.3 mi) from [Shenkottai]
Palar Falls Dindigul 338 ft (103 m)at 10°19′21″N77°31′22″E / 10.32250°N 77.52278°E / 10.32250; 77.52278 10.8 km (6.7 mi)NxNE of Kodaikanal, spectacular and dangerous, photo
Pambar Falls Dindigul 4 km (2.5 mi) from Kodaikanal also known as Liril Falls
Panai Falls

Krishnagiri

Papanasam Falls Tirunelveli near Vickramasingapuram
Pazhathotta Aruvi Tirunelveli Fruit Garden Falls or Orchid Falls near Kutralam Falls
Pazhaya Courtallam Tirunelveli Old Falls near Kutralam Falls
Peraruvi Tirunelveli Main Falls at Kutralam Falls
Periyar Falls Viluppuram Kalrayan
Poombarai Falls Dindigul 50 ft (15 m) Kukkal
Pudur Megan Falls Viluppuram Kalrayan Hills
Puli Aruvi Tirunelveli Tiger Falls near Kutralam Falls
Puthu Aruvi Tirunelveli New Falls or Palaruvi - Milk Falls - The falls look like milk near Kutralam Falls
Pykara lower Falls Nilgiris 180 ft (55 m) Nilgiris
Pykara upper Falls Nilgiris 200 ft (61 m) Nilgiris
Sengupathi Falls Coimbatore Coimbatore - Siruvani main road
Shenbaga Devi Falls Tirunelveli The area is filled with senbhaga trees near Kutralam Falls
Shenbaga Thoppu Meenvetti Parai Falls Virudhunagar This forest cum waterfall is located in the Western ghats, around 6 km (3.7 mi) from Srivilliputtur.
Shenbagathoppu Falls Virudhunagar 10 km (6.2 mi) south of Srivilliputtur
Silver Cascade Dindigul 80 ft (24 m) SilverCascade.jpg 8 km (5.0 mi) from Kodaikanal
Siruvani Waterfalls Coimbatore Siruvani Waterfalls Upper part.jpg also known as Kovai Kutralam, at Siruvani, about 40 km (25 mi) from Coimbatore
Skamba Falls Dindigul 8 km (5.0 mi) from Kodaikanal
Snake Falls (Tamil Nadu) Dindigul in Palani Hills National Park
Suruli Falls Theni 123-km from Madurai
Thakkam thootam Falls Dindigul near Palani
Thalaiyar Falls (Rat tail) Dindigul 975 ft (297 m) Rattail falls.jpg width 13 m (43 ft) Near Manjalaru 8 6 km from Devadanapatti
Thenaruvi Tirunelveli Honey Falls - the area is known for the honey near Kutralam Falls
Thirumoorthy Falls Tiruppur about 20 km (12 mi) from Udumalpet
Thiruppuli Falls

Namakkal

Thiruparappu Falls Kanyakumari 50 ft (15 m) Thriparappu falls.JPG Thiruparappu on Kodayar River
Thoovanam Falls Dindigul or Dhuvanam falls near Amaravathinagar
Ullakarvi Falls Kanyakumari 55 ft (17 m) Ulakkai aruvi2.JPG Azhakiyapandiapuram, 17 km (11 mi) from Nagercoil town
Baana Theertham Falls Tirunelveli Vickramasingapuram
Vaideki Falls Coimbatore 30 km (19 mi) from Coimbatore near Narasipuram
Vattaparai Falls Kanyakumari Keeriparai - Vattaparai falls.JPG Near Bhoothapandi, 13 km (8.1 mi) of Nagercoil on Pazhayar River
Puliancholai Tiruchirapalli
Varakoorkombai Falls

Namakkal

Varayar Falls Tiruchirapalli
Vathalmalai Falls

Dharmapuri

Velli Falls

Villupuram

Yaanai Kasam Falls

Madurai

Yaanai Ootru Falls

Tiruchirappalli

Telangana

NameDistrictHeightPhotoDetails
Kuntala Waterfall Adilabad 45 m (148 ft) Kuntala-waterfalls1.jpg This waterfall is the highest height waterfall in Telangana State.
Pochera Falls Adilabad 20 m (66 ft)Situated about 35 km (22 mi) from Nirmal, on National Highway no.7, and is on the way to Adilabad. [7]
Mallela Theertham Falls Mahabubnagar Mallelatheertham.JPG It is located around 58 km (36 mi) from Srisailam .
Bogatha Waterfall Jayashankar Bhupalpally Bogatha Water Falls.png It is located in Koyaveerapuram G, Wazeedu Mandal, 120 km from Bhadrachalam.
Gayatri Waterfalls Adilabad It is located near Nirmal.
Paarakaphi waterfalls Adilabad It is located near Utnoor.
Savatula Gundam Waterfalls Adilabad 30 km from Asifabad.
Sirnapally Waterfalls Nizamabad 20 km from Nizamabad, Ethipothala Falls Nagarjuna Sagar

Uttar Pradesh

NameDistrictHeightPhotoDetails
Lakhaniya Dari Waterful Mirzapur30 km from Chunar
Sirsi waterfall Mirzapur45 km from Mirzapur
Tanda waterfall Mirzapur5 km from Mirzapur
Sidhnath Dari Waterful MirzapurShakteshgarh, Chunar
Vindham Waterfall
Deodari Waterfalls MirzapurVindhyachal
Rajdari Devdari
Aaurwatadh Chandauli

Uttarakhand

NameDistrictHeightPhotoDetails
Birthi Falls 410 ft (120 m)
Corbett Falls 18 ft (5.5 m)
Gauri Kund
Kempty Falls Mussoorie40 ft (12 m) Kempty Water Fall Mussoorie.jpg
Pushpawati Falls
Surya Kund Surya Kund waterfall Gangotri WTK20150915-DSC 4113.jpg
Tapta Kund
Tiger Falls 312 ft (95 m) Tiger Fall.jpg
Vasudhara Falls 400 ft (120 m) Vasudhara Falls.JPG
Neer garh Falls Rishikesh

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