|Location||Rewa district, Madhya Pradesh, India|
|Total height||98 metres (322 ft)|
|Number of drops||1|
|Watercourse||Bihad River, a tributary of Tamsa or Tons River|
The Keoti Falls is on the Mahana River, a tributary of Tamsa or Tons River as it comes down from the Rewa Plateau. It has a total height of 98 metres (322 ft). World Waterfall Database puts the height of the waterfall at 130 metres (430 ft). It is a segmented type waterfall with a single drop.
Knick point, also called a nick point or simply nick, represents breaks in slopes in the longitudinal profile of a river caused by rejuvenation. The break in channel gradient allows water to fall vertically giving rise to a waterfall. Keoti Falls is an example of a nick point caused by rejuvenation.
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