Tirathgarh Waterfalls Chhattisgarh

Tirathgarh Waterfalls is in Chhattisgarh state, India. Tirathgarh Waterfalls in Chhattisgarh is also called ‘Milky Fall’ because of the color of the fall as it gives the impression of the color of milk as it is falls from 100 meters height as a three tier fall.

Tirathgarh Waterfalls Chhattisgarh
Tirathgarh Waterfalls Chhattisgarh

Tirathgarh has a a temple which is dedicated to Shiva Parvati, which attracts a lot of tourists. There are many stalactites caves, which also attracts a large number of tourists.

Tirathgarh Waterfalls, amid lush green forests, is at a distance of 4 kilometers from Kanger Valley alias Kanger Ghati National Park entrance. You have to drive through the thick dense forest to reach the fall. It is one of the best natural scenery you can see in India. You have to climb down stairs to see the first view of the fall. Again going down the stairs, you have an entirely different view of the fall, where you can take a rejuvenating bath in the milky falls!

Water falls from a nearby lake at more than 300 feet height on the river Mugabaha amid the lush green forests  is the beauty of the falls. Chitrakoot Falls is a nearby falls in Bastar district.

How Do I Go to Tirathgarh Waterfalls in Chhattisgarh?

Tirathgarh Waterfalls Chhattisgarh is at a distance of 38 kilometrs from the Jagdalpur city, an hour drive, in Bastar district in the Eco-tourism area of Kanger Valley National Park. Jagdalpur is well connected to cities like Hyderabad and Raipur by bus and to visakhapatnam by train on the Kirandul  Vishakhapattnam Line. Raipur is at about 285 kilometers from the Tirathgarh falls. Tirathgarh Waterfalls is on the state highway connecting Jagdalpur and Sukma.

Water falls from a nearby lake which is at more than 300 feet height (on the river Mugabaha) amid the lush green forests surrounding the falls, is the beauty of the falls.

What is the Ideal Season to Visit Tirathgarh Waterfalls?

After the monsoon, from October to February, is the ideal season to visit Tirathgarh Waterfalls in Chhattisgarh.

Shillong – Beautiful Hill Stations, Landscapes, Caves, Waterfalls

Shillong - Beautiful Hill Stations, Landscapes, Caves, Waterfalls-"Umiam Lake, Meghalaya"
“Umiam Lake, Meghalaya”

Shilling is the capital city of the state of Meghalaya, India. Shillong – Beautiful Hill Stations, Landscapes, Caves, Waterfalls – is a famous tourist center which lies in between Assam state of India and its neighboring country Bangladesh. National Park of Kaziranga in Assam is where single horned rhinos can be found.

To know about more about how to travel to the north eastern states, ask your travel agent.

Shillong is one of the most beautiful and scenic places in India with many hill stations in and around Shillong. Nature has showered its pristine beauty on Shillong.

Elephant falls is a major beautiful waterfall in East Khasi Hills District near to the highest peak of Shillong, Shillong Peak.  Elephant falls is just a few minutes from the Shillong peak.  You can go near to the Elephant falls and park the vehicle in the parking space. Then you can go very close to the fall by going down some steep steps. Elephant falls is at a distance of 12 kilometers from Shillong town center. Elephant falls is a three tiered fall. 

Umiam lake and Ward’s lake are other tourist attractions in Shillong. There many many caves numbering around eight hundred; many of which are still unexplored.

Lady Hydari Park and Zoo is another place worth visiting especially for kids. There is a special play area for the kids.  The roses and flower beds in the park are well maintained and is a real pleasure for the eyes. Good place to chat for lovers and couples too!

What is the Ideal Time to Visit Shillong?

The ideal time to visit Shillong is after the Monsoons, starting from around September to April.  There are many Hotels in Shillong at affordable rates.

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Dudhwa National Park & Dudhwa Tiger Reserve

Dudhwa National Park

Dudhwa National Park (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Dudhwa National Park and Dudhwa Tiger Reserve are in the Lakhimpur Kheri District of Utter Pradesh state in India, on the Indo-Nepal border. Dudhwa National Park offers extensive opportunities for those who are nature lovers, bird watchers, wildlife enthusiasts, etc.

Dudhwa National Par is part of the Terai ecosystem, which supports many endangered species of animals and is wetlands which are rich in flora .

This National Park is one among the Three Parks of Dudhwa Tiger Reserve, which consists of Two other National parks, namely Krishnapur Wildlife Sanctuary and Katarniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary.

This National Park was established initially as a wildlife sanctuary in 1958, mainly for Swamp Deer. Later on, in the year 1977, it became a National park. In the late eighties, it was declared as a Tiger reverse and became part of ‘Project tiger’ project. The Tiger reserve is rich in bio-diversity and is of national and international importance in protecting our planet from Carbon emission.

Tigers and Swamp deer are the major tourist attractions in the park. Hispid Hare, a rare and endangered species, is found here. Indian Rhinos, Sambar dear, Hog deer, sloth bear, fishing cat, Jackal, jungle cat, leopard cat, etc, are some of the other species found in Dudhwa Wildlife sanctuary and National Park.

More than 450 species of birds, out of the total of 1300 bird species in the Indian sub-continent, are found in the National Park.

Barasinghas, with 12 antlers, have their half of the total world population found in Dudhwa National Park.

How do I Go to Dudhwa National Park and Dudhwa Tiger Reserve?

Shahjehanpur with station code SPN, is the most convenient and well connected railway station, which is at a distance of around 3 hours drive from Dudhwa. From New Delhi, the capital of India, it takes around 9 hours drive to reach the National Park. Lucknow, the capital of Utter Pradesh state, is at around 250 kilometers distance.

Park is open after Monsoon season. Director of the Park may be contacted on +91-05872-52106.

Santiniketan – Rabindranath Tagore’s Visva-Bharati University

Santiniketan, Rabindranath Tagore’s Visva-Bharati University  is a world famous university at Birbhum district in the state of West Bengal, India.

Santiniketan, Rabindranath Tagore's Visva-Bharati University , Shilaidaha Kuthibari, the famous residence of Rabindranath Tagore
Shilaidaha Kuthibari, the famous residence of Rabindranath Tagore in Kushtia

Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore’s vision played a major role in shaping the policies of this great University which is now known as Visva-Bharati University.

Rabindranath Tagore’s house and the university attracts a lot of tourists. Many of his literary works were written sitting at this house here.

Santinikatan means abode of peace. The learning style here is in  natural environment sitting under trees, which makes learning more enjoyable and fun.

Santiniketan was started n 1901 as a school by Rabindranath Tagore. In 1913 Rabindranath Tagore was awarded Novel Prize in Literature. In 1921 the school was upgraded as a University and it became a central university in 1951.

Chancellor of the Visva-Bharati University is the Prime Minister of India. Santiniketan was earlier known as Bhubandanga.

Kala Bhavana, the art college in Shanti Niketan, Visva-Bharati University  is regarded as one of the best art colleges in the world. Vidya Bhavana is humanities college and  Shiksha Bhavana is the science institute. Sangit Bhavana is the Music, dance and drama college while Vinaya Bhavana; is the education division. There are many other divisions; Rabindra Bhavana the one which caters to  Tagore Studies and Research.

There are two campus; one at Santiniketan and the other at Sriniketan. Sriniketan campus is for the study of agriculture, adult education, handicrafts, cottage industries and village welfare.

Amartya Sen,  an Economics Nobel laureate of 1998 was born at Shantiniketan and studied at Shantiniketan. Indira Gandhi,  Former Indian Prime Minister of India and  Satyajit Ray world renowned film director  were  among the most  illustrious students of Shantiniketan.

Where is Rabindranath Tagore’s Visva-Bharati University, Santiniketan?

Santiniketan is around 212 kilometers north of Kolkata city. Santiniketan is well connected by roads to all parts of the country.

Kolkata (Calcutta) is the nearest airport. Bolpur Shantiniketan railway station is the nearest railway station to Shantinikatan, at 2 kilometers away.