Dudh Dhara, Amarkantak
About Dudh Dhara, Amarkantak
Dudh Dhara, Amarkantak - Address
Address: Amarkantak, Madhya Pradesh
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 24-hrs Details
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The term Dudh Dhara basically means a milk stream when translated into English and there is an interesting story behind this name. Mother Narmada (river) came in the vision of the Prince of Rewa, to whom the land then belonged, in the form of a stream of milk. Ever since then the name has struck and the waterfall has been popularly called Dudh Dhara Falls. The mighty river water crashing repeatedly into the rocks is a majestic sight and sure to make up for a great photograph! A little bit of trekking is involved as the falls are in the middle of a dense forest, but the trip is totally worth the effort!
Dudh Dhara Information
- Wear comfortable shoes with a good grip as the terrain can become quite slippery.
- It is best visited in the monsoon season as the water level is higher during those months.
Dudh Dhara Ticket Prices
- Please ask locally for ticket prices of Dudh Dhara Waterfall.
How To reach Dudh Dhara by Public Transport
- By renting or hiring a car/taxi.
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Awesome place for refreshment with family and friends.
Beautiful place to visit
Water fall is really huge
This is a much smaller fall than Kapildhara with a wonderful attraction nearby: the Cave containing the samadhi of Sage Durvasa (the angry saint) It had a very peacful-looking sannyasi. His face had a glow like tejas. One fellow visitor wondered whether he was a foreigner! He said that he was from up north, probably Uttarakhand. He reflected our peaceful nature; when a talkative person barged in, he became silent. When i sat down, i saw a light in the distance: there was a tunnel! You could crawl through it and reach the samadhi of Sage Durvasa, but i passed on that as it looked too claustrophobic But he's one of the special memories of Amazing Amarkantak