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Waterfalls

Kaksen-Bhagsen Watefalls

Kaksen – Bhagsen waterfall, also known as waterfalls of Paap and Punya (Sins & Virtue), are located at a distance of 18km from Bharmour in Kugti wildlife sanctuary near Dharol. These waterfalls are very close to each other and really look amazing. It is believed that in Kalyuga sins have increased hence there is more water in Bhagsen waterfall which represents sins on earth whereas reason for less water in Kaksen waterfall, which represent virtue, is decreased virtue in Kalyuga. Here are few pictures of Kaksen-Bhagsen waterfalls

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Ghared waterfall

Ghared waterfall or also known as Chho Chhundu waterfall is 1 km away from Thala waterfall and 10 km from Bharmour. You need to climb around 200 metres above the road to go near the waterfall.  There is another waterfall which is just below this waterfall. Both the waterfalls look amazing.  Ghared waterfall is not really one of the biggest waterfalls in the world but it really feels good to spend time there.  It is horsetail kind of waterfall which fans out while falling. You can also see little rainbow on the bottom of the waterfall almost every time you visit this fall.

Pictures of the waterfall 

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Sathali waterfall

amazing sathali waterfall bharmourSathali waterfall is beautiful waterfall located near Bharmour at a ditance of 6km close to sathali village. Warerfall is accessible from road by trek of 0.5km. As an hotelier I am often asked about places to visit in Bharmour. I tell them about the temples, many unnamed view points, wild life sanctuaries but only recently I have started telling them about the waterfalls after I have discovered few stunningly beautiful waterfalls of Bharmour valley.  One of them is this, Sathali waterfall. One day, after playing the cricket match, I just rang my friends as usual just to chill around to find that they were heading off to some Sathali waterfall 5 km far from Bharmour. I don't know how many times I had visited Sathali, a small village near Bharmour, but was unaware of the waterfall around that.  I had not even heard of it so I asked my friends to wait for me so I could also join them to visit the waterfall which I had never known about. My friends instead chose to come back so all of us could go together. They were back in couple of minutes and then we all got into my vehicle to go to Sathali waterfall. It was overcast and rained a bit as well yet the rain was just sufficient to clear the dust instead of anything else. In few minutes we arrived at the point from where we needed to walk for Sathali waterfall. It was a small bridge over the creek around half a kilometer before Sathali village. I pondered where the waterfall is, my friends instructed me to simply come along. We began strolling towards a water mill (we call it ‘Gharat’ in our dialect) only a couple of feet over the road. Just in couple of minutes we were past the watermill and began following the stream of water through the shrubs and a small trail.  Bushes had grown a bit but were safe as there were no prickly shrubs. What I saw after that was surprising for me as the waterfall was so delightful yet I had not known about it. We had brought along few cold drinks and snacks with us so we just went close to the waterfall and chilled around for quite a while to appreciate the magnificence of the waterfall. I was having a craving for a shower in the waterfall yet couldn't as water was very cold at that time.  We clicked few pictures and returned after spending some more time. I was so glad that I had discovered one new picnic spot in stunning Bharmour valley. Find out the pictures of Sathali waterfall here,,

Thala Waterfall

Thala waterfall is a really beautiful waterfall located at a distance of 9km from Bharmour near the river at the Thala bridge. It is easily accessible by taxi and is only at a distance of 100 metres from Thala Bridge. Unlike many other popular waterfalls in India which can be seen in monsoon only because of very low or no water during other period, waterfalls of Bhamour can be visited throughout the year as there is always enough water to amaze you. So if you are tired of going to see waterfalls and ending up with no water in the waterfalls then this is best place for you to visit as here you can come during any part of the year. This waterfall is nice to enjoy a good time and have a picnic. There are another two waterfalls only 1 km from thala waterfall know as Chho Chhundu Watefall and Ghared waterfall. A small natural pool is formed at the bottom of waterfall but only daredevils should try to take a dip. First reason is that water is just too cold and the other reason is that there is chance of getting sucked into the bottom of the waterfall because of high pressure of water falling from a very good height.

Here are few pictures of tourists enjoying at Thala watefall

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