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This place is in Maheshwar. We went in July when the rains had just started. Hence to reach the actual flow it was a good long trek on the uneven stones. but when you finally reach the place it was worth the effort as the...More
A 15-20 minute boat ride away from Ahilyabai Ghat (Rs 1000 per boat for up to 8 people) this place of scenic beauty can be reached. Here the river Narmada flows over rocks giving impression of thousand streams or small falls. Water here is crystal...More
it is good place, if you are going during monsoon, you can see sprinkling of water, little little sprinkles makes place more beautiful, you can go there by boat from ahilya ghat at 1000 rupees per ride. and you can also go by road its...More
if u are palning to go maheshwar please dont miss shastra dhara, its little far away from main town but place is so beautiful, uncounted little little water falls will not let u down.
but be care full because u have to leave your vehicle...More
Sahastradhara literally means thousand streams and this impression is formed when river Narmada flows through rocky river bed. The place should be visited in Monsoons to get the impression of thousand streams. However, during other times the water level is low, still it is place...More
This is a must visit place if you are in Maheshwar. Generally, people take a boat ride from Ahilyabai Ghats but you can also drive to the place.
If you have a thing for adventure, I would recommend you to take a bath here. It...More
This is a must visit place in or after moonson ....This is one beautiful waterfalls.. with no of small pools n safe if you are alert n cautious.
We visited in summer n still we enjoyed.
Carry sun hat n apply creams if visiting in...More
translates roughly as "place of a hundred waters", the Narmada River cascades here between rocks and boulders, noisily making its way downstream. It's difficult to reach - you need a car or motor bike, but it is so refreshing in MP to find so much...More