|Location||Rajadera Jharkhand, India|
|Elevation||934 metres (3,064 ft)|
|Total height||60 metres (200 ft)|
The 60 metres (200 ft) falls on the Sankh River is a scarp fall. It is referred to as a snake type falls and is a popular picnic spot. Its surroundings are spectacular with hillocks, forests and streams.
Once upon a time, active diamond mines existed at Sadni Falls. These mines yielded many large and fine stones in the sixteenth and the seventeenth centuries.
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