Wednesday, October 4, 2023

    Damoh’s Bagdari Waterfalls are mesmerizing tourists

    Arpit Badakul/Damoh. There are only two waterfalls in Damoh district of Madhya Pradesh where most of the tourists prefer to visit. Bagdari waterfall is one of them. Which is becoming a topic of discussion among people during monsoons. This Bagdari waterfall located on the border of the district is unique. Here, the water of the spring falls about 150 feet deep, the mysterious rocks below and the surrounding forest give a different experience.

    It looks as beautiful as it is dangerous. Despite being away from the city and in the middle of the forest, this waterfall is visited by tourists throughout the year. Its beauty is at its best on rainy days. Bagdari falls come down in two series, ie two small falls are formed here, which is very beautiful to see. Although this waterfall is small, the experience of viewing this waterfall from the top of the hill is also unique. Surroundings of green.

    Rajesh, a visiting tourist, said this place looks very beautiful, but it is very dangerous. Tourists visiting here should tread very carefully. Forest Divisional Officer Mahendra Singh told UE that Bagdari falls under the Tendukheda range are also visited by tourists, due to which security arrangements have been made there as well. During the monsoons, there is a green festivity due to which the number of tourists is increasing.


    First Published: July 10, 2023, 23:55 IST

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