List of waterfalls in India by height

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The following is a list of highest waterfalls in India. It is based on the data from World Waterfall Database.[1] In many cases, numbers are merely estimates and measures may be imprecise. Highest waterfall in India is Nohkalikai Falls in Meghalaya.

Waterfall Height Location Remarks Single drop
Nohkalikai Falls 340m (1115 feet)[2] East Khasi Hills district, Meghalaya tallest plunge type waterfalls Yes
Nohsngithiang Falls or Mawsmai Falls 315 metres (1,033 ft)[2] East Khasi Hills district, Meghalaya segmented type waterfalls Yes
Dudhsagar Falls 310 metres (1,020 ft)[2] South Goa District, Goa 4 tiered waterfalls
Kynrem Falls 305 metres (1,001 ft)[2] East Khasi Hills district, Meghalaya 3 tiered waterfalls
Meenmutty Falls 300 m (984 feet)[2] Wayanad district, Kerala 3 tiered waterfalls
Thalaiyar Falls 297 metres (974 ft)[2] Batlagundu, Dindigul district, Tamil Nadu horsetail type waterfalls Yes
Barkana Falls 259 metres (850 ft)[2] Shimoga district, Karnataka tiered waterfalls
Jog Falls 253 metres (830 ft)[2] Shimoga district, Karnataka segmented waterfalls Yes
Khandadhar Falls 244 metres (801 ft)[2] Kendujhar district & Sundergarh district, Odisha Horse tail type falls Yes
Vantawng Falls 229 metres (751 ft)[2] Serchhip district, Mizoram 2 tiered waterfalls
Kune Falls 200 metres (660 ft)[2] Pune district, Maharashtra 3 tiered waterfalls
Thoseghar Waterfalls 200 metres (656 feet) Satara district, Maharashtra cataract, segmented
Soochipara Falls 200 metres (656 feet)[2] Wayanad district, Kerala 3 tiered waterfalls
Bahuti Falls 198 metres (650 ft)[2] Mauganj, Rewa district, Madhya Pradesh 2 tiered waterfalls
Magod Falls 198 metres (650 ft)[2] Uttara Kannada district, Karnataka 2 tiered waterfalls
Joranda Falls 181 metres (594 ft)[2] Mayurbhanj district, Odisha plunge type waterfalls Yes
Hebbe Falls 168 metres (551 ft)[2] Chikkamagaluru district, Karnataka 2 tiered waterfalls
Duduma Falls 157 metres (515 ft)[2] Border of Koraput & Visakhapatnam districts
of Odisha and Andhra Pradesh states
plunge type waterfalls Yes
Palani Falls 150 metres (490 ft)[2] Kullu district, Himachal Pradesh
Lodh Falls 143 metres (469 ft)[2] Latehar district, Jharkhand 2 tiered waterfalls
Bishop Falls 135 metres (443 ft)[2] East Khasi Hills district, Meghalaya 3 tiered waterfalls
Chachai Falls 130 metres (430 ft)[2] Rewa district, Madhya Pradesh
Keoti Falls 98 metres (322 ft)[2] Rewa district, Madhya Pradesh segmented type waterfall Yes
Changey Falls 123 metres (404 ft)[2] Kalimpong district, West Bengal segmented type waterfall Yes
Kalhatti Falls 122 metres (400 ft)[2] Chikkamagaluru district, Karnataka
Beadon Falls 120 metres (390 ft)[2] East Khasi Hills district, Meghalaya
Keppa Falls 116 metres (381 ft)[2] Uttara Kannada district, Karnataka fan type waterfall Yes
Koosalli Falls
116 metres (381 ft)[2] Udupi, Karnataka 6 tiered waterfall
Dabbe falls 110 metres (360 ft) Shivamogga, Sagar, Karnataka
Pandavgad Falls 107 metres (351 ft)[2] Thane, Maharashtra
Rajat Prapat 107 metres (351 ft)[2] Hoshangabad district, Madhya Pradesh horsetail type waterfall Yes
Bundla Falls 100 metres (330 ft)[2] Kaimur district, Bihar Yes
Shivanasamudra Falls 98 metres (322 ft)[2] Chamarajanagaradistrict, Karnataka segmented type Yes
Lower Ghaghri Falls 98 metres (322 ft)[2] Latehar district, Jharkhand
Hundru Falls 98 metres (322 ft)[2] Ranchi district, Jharkhand segmented type Yes
Sweet Falls 96 metres (315 ft)[2] East Khasi Hills district, Meghalaya horsetail type Yes
Agaya Gangai 92 metres (302 ft)[3] Namakkal, Tamil Nadu 1 tiered waterfalls
Patalpani waterfall 91.5 metres (300 ft) Mhow, Indore district, Madhya Pradesh segmented type Yes
Gatha Falls 91 metres (299 ft)[2] Panna district, Madhya Pradesh
Teerathgarh Falls 91 metres (299 ft)[2] Baster district, Chhattisgarh
Kiliyur Falls 91 metres (299 ft)[2] Yercaud, Tamil Nadu fan type waterfall Yes
Kedumari Falls 91 metres (299 ft)[2] Udupi district, Karnataka horsetail type waterfall Yes
Muthyala Maduvu Falls 91 metres (299 ft)[2] Bangalore rural district, Karnataka
Langshiang Falls 85 metres (279 ft)[2] West Khasi Hills district, Meghalaya Yes
Talakona falls 82 metres (269 ft)[citation needed] Chittoor district, Andhra Pradesh
Purwa Falls 70 metres (230 ft) Rewa district, Madhya Pradesh
Kakolat Falls 50 metres (160 ft)[citation needed] Nawada district, Bihar
Paglajhora Falls 35 metres (115 ft)[citation needed] Darjiling district, West bengal
Dhuandhar Falls 30 metres (98 ft)[2] Jabalpur district, Madhya Pradesh
Athirappilly Falls 25 metres (82 ft)[2] thrissur district, Kerala segmented type waterfall

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tallest and Largest Waterfalls at the World Waterfall Database".
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap "Showing all Waterfalls in India". World Waterfalls Database. Archived from the original on 2009-09-01. Retrieved 2010-06-20.
  3. ^ "Agaya Gangai Waterfalls – Milk that falls from the sky!!". With Sankara Subramanian C. Be on the Road. Retrieved 2012-06-19.