Ghatarani Waterfalls, Swami Vivekananda, Jatmai Temple

Ghatarani Waterfalls is a beautiful falls located near to Raipur, the capital of Chhattisgarh state, India

This falls is the biggest fall in the state of Chhattisgarh. The water from the falls forms a pool beneath the falls. One can take a bath here in the pool or the falls.

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Ghatarani Waterfalls is surrounded by thick forests and is an ideal getaway place for the family or for a group of friends. Those who are adventurous, can hike the mountains and explore the forests above the falls.

The falls is to be visited after the rainy season. September to December are the ideal months to visit the falls. Thereafter, the falls dries. It is dangerous to visit the falls during rainy season due to the the dangers resulting from the fast flowing water.

Swami Vivekananda spent two years of his teenage life at Raipur. Vivekanand Sarovar is a large lake in the city named after Swami Vivekananda.

Jatmai Temple is at around 25 kilometers distance from the falls. A waterfall is there adjacent to this temple. This fall is a smaller fall compared to Ghatarani falls.

How Do I Go to Ghatarani Waterfalls?

Ghatarani falls is at around 90 kilometers distance from Raipur. Raipur is well connected by roads to other parts of the country. Raipur Junction railway station is the major railway station in the city. Swami Vivekananda Airport, formerly known as Mana Airport, is the nearest airport at Mana It is at around 15 kilometers distance from Raipur city.

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