56 Beautiful Waterfalls of India

India is truly a land of waterfalls. There are so many of them. Some states, especially Sikkim, Goa, Tamil Nadu, Meghalaya and Karnataka have many beautiful cascades worth checking out. There are glacier-fed falls as well as river-fed ones, single cascade as well as multiple cascades. The following is Touriosity’s compilation of the 56 ‘must see’ waterfalls in India.

1. Dudhsagar Waterfall – Goa’s prestigious falls (Height: 320 m; Place: Sonaulim, Goa; Famous for: India’s fourth largest waterfall)

2. Jog Waterfall – The wonder fall of Karnataka (Height: 253 m; Place: Shi­moga, Karnataka; Famous for: Second-highest plunge waterfall in India)

3. Nohsngithiang Waterfall – A surprise waiting at Mawsmai Village (Height: 315 m; Place: Mawsmai, Meghalaya; Famous for: Seven-segmented waterfall, also known as Seven Sister Falls)

4. Thosegharh Waterfall – Maharashtra’s pride waterfall (Height: 20 m; Place: Thosegarh, Maharashtra; Famous for: Great scenery with windmill farms nearby)

5. Athirappilly Waterfall – India’s very own Niagara (Height: 25 m; Place: Thissur, Kerala; Famous for: Movie shoots)

6. Courtallam Waterfall – Tamil Nadu’s largest waterfall (Height: 160 m; Place: Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu; Famous for: Also known as ‘Medical Spa’)

7. Talakona Waterfall – Sri Vankateswara National Park (Height: 82 m; Place: Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh; Famous for: Highest Waterfall in Andhra Pradesh)

8. Khandadhar Water