Sanaghagara Waterfall, Kendujhar
|Location||Kendujhar district, Odisha, India|
|Total height||30.5 metres (100 ft)|
|Number of drops||2|
It is a perennial waterfall. The Machha Kandana, a small river, plunges from a height of 30.5 metres (100 ft) in two drops.
It is a small (100 ft. high) and beautiful waterfall, suitable for outing. The area is spread over 488 Ha. In a hilly tract with characteristic mixed deciduous and miscellaneous type of forest vegetation. The famous Sanaghagara waterfall with perennial stream adds to the natural beauty of this forest tract and attracts large number of visitors throughout the year. The area is an extremely undulating terrain with hills, pediments and a "V" shaped narrow valley. The hills and pediments are very steep and the rock formation is of Doleritic and Granitic origin.
It is one of the famous picnic spots of Kendujhar District. Thousands of tourists come to the place throughout the year.>
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