Important Waterfalls in India, Check the Complete List by Height

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Waterfalls in India

India is a country known for its diverse natural beauty, and waterfalls are one of the many wonders it has to offer. India is home to some of the most beautiful waterfalls in the world, ranging from gentle cascades to thundering torrents. These magnificent waterfalls are located across different states in India, each with its unique charm and beauty.

Static GK is an important part of the General Awareness section of various government and banking exams. Questions related to various geographic features are commonly asked in this section. The topic is highly vast and can get difficult to compile the necessary information.

Highest Waterfall in India – Complete List

We have mentioned below the list of waterfalls in India based on their height. Candidates are often asked questions related to the largest waterfall or regarding the height of a particular waterfall. This list will help candidates in remembering the important waterfalls.

Waterfalls in IndiaLocationHeight Metre/Feet
Kunchikal FallsShimoga district, Karnataka455 metres (1,493 ft)
Barehipani FallsMayurbhanj district, Odisha399 metres (1,309 ft)
Nohkalikai FallsEast Khasi Hills district, Meghalaya340m (1115 feet)
Nohsngithiang Falls or Mawsmai FallsEast Khasi Hills district, Meghalaya315 metres (1,033 ft)
Dudhsagar FallsKarnataka and Goa310 m(1017 feet)
Kynrem FallsEast Khasi Hills district, Meghalaya305 metres (1,001 ft)
Meenmutty FallsWayanad district, Kerala300 metres (984 feet)
Thalaiyar FallsBatlagundu, Dindigul district, Tamil Nadu297 metres (974 ft)
Vajrai FallsSatara district, Maharashtra260 metres (853 ft)
Barkana FallsShimoga district, Karnataka259 metres (850 ft)
Jog FallsShimoga district, Karnataka253 metres (830 ft)
Khandadhar FallsKendujhar district & Sundergarh district, Odisha244 metres (801 ft)
Vantawng FallsSerchhip district, Mizoram229 metres (751 ft)
Kune FallsPune district, Maharashtra200 metres (660 ft)
Soochipara Falls, Thoseghar WaterfallsWayanad district, Kerala, Satara district Maharashtra200 metres (656 feet)
Magod FallsUttara Kannada district, Karnataka198 metres (650 ft)
Joranda FallsMayurbhanj district, Odisha181 metres (594 ft)
Hebbe FallsChikkamagaluru district, Karnataka168 metres (551 ft)
Duduma Fallsthe border of Koraput (Odisha) and Visakhapatnam (Andhra Pradesh)157 metres (515 ft)
Palani FallsKullu district, Himachal Pradesh150 metres (490 ft)
Lodh FallsLatehar district, Jharkhand143 metres (469 ft)
Bahuti FallsMauganj, Rewa district, Madhya Pradesh198 metres (650 ft)
Bishop FallsEast Khasi Hills district, Meghalaya135 metres (443 ft)
Chachai FallsRewa district, Madhya Pradesh130 metres (430 ft)
Keoti FallsRewa district, Madhya Pradesh130 metres (430 ft)
Kalhatti FallsChikkamagaluru district, Karnataka122 metres (400 ft)
Beadon FallsEast Khasi Hills district, Meghalaya120 metres (390 ft)
Keppa FallsUttara Kannada district, Karnataka116 metres (381 ft)
Koosalli FallsUdupi, Karnataka116 metres (381 ft)
Dabbe fallsShivamogga, Sagar, Karnataka110 metres(360 ft)
Pandavgad FallsThane, Maharashtra107 metres (351 ft)
Rajat PrapatHoshangabad district, Madhya Pradesh107 metres (351 ft)
Bundla Fallskaimur district bihar100 metres (330 ft)
Vantawng FallsSerchhip district, Mizoram230 metres (750 ft)
Shivanasamudra FallsChamarajanagar District, Karnataka98 metres (322 ft)
Lower Ghaghri FallsLatehar district, Jharkhand98 metres (322 ft)
Hundru FallsRanchi district, Jharkhand98 metres (322 ft)
Sweet FallsEast Khasi Hills district, Meghalaya96 metres (315 ft)
Agaya GangaiNamakkal, Tamil Nadu92 metres (302 ft)
Gatha FallsPanna district, Madhya Pradesh91 metres (299 ft)
Teerathgarh FallsBaster district, Chhattisgarh91 metres (299 ft)
Kiliyur FallsYercaud, Tamil Nadu91 metres (299 ft)
Kudumari FallsUdupi district, Karnataka91 metres (299 ft)
Muthyala Maduvu FallsBangalore rural district, Karnataka91 metres (299 ft)
Tirathgarh FallsBastar district, Chhattisgarh91 metres (299 ft)
Langshiang FallsWest Khasi Hills district, Meghalaya85 metres (279 ft)
Talakona fallsChittoor district, Andhra Pradesh82 metres (269 ft)
Kakolat FallsNawada district, Bihar50 metres (160 ft)
Athirappilly FallsThrissur district, Kerala25 metres (82 ft)

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Waterfalls in India- Frequently Asked Questions

Q.1 Which is the Largest Waterfall in India?

Ans. Kunchikal Falls is the largest waterfall in India.

Q.2 Where is the Jog Falls located?

Ans. Jog Falls is in the Shimoga District of the Karnataka.

Q.3 What is the height of the Dudhsagar Falls?

Ans. Dudhsagar Falls is 310 meters in height.


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