Chachai Falls

In Rewa district in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.

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Rewa district

District of the Madhya Pradesh state in central India.

The Tamsa or Tons and its tributaries form waterfalls as they descend from the Rewa Plateau, including: the Chachai Falls (127m) on the Bihar River, a tributary of the Tamsa, the Keoti Falls (98m) on the Mahana River, a tributary of the Tamsa, Bahuti fall on Nihai river (Chataniha or Odda river) beside Hatwa Bhudhar village, Bahuti-Mauganj, and the Purwa Falls (70m) on the Tamsa or Tons.

Tamsa River

Tributary of the Ganges flowing through the Indian states of Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh.

Some of the more notable waterfalls on the tributaries of the Tamsa river, as they come down from the Rewa Plateau, are: Chachai Falls (127m) on the Beehar River, a tributary of the Tamsa, the Keoti Falls (98m) on the Mahana River, a tributary of the Tamsa, and Odda Falls (145m) on the Odda River, a tributary of the Belah River, which is itself a tributary of the Tamsa,

Kaimur Range

Eastern portion of the Vindhya Range, about 483 km long, extending from around Katangi in Jabalpur district of Madhya Pradesh to around Sasaram in Rohtas district of Bihar.

Vindhya range seen from Mandav, Madhya Pradesh

Significant waterfalls along this fault line are: Purwa or Tons Falls (70m) on the Tons River (in Rewa district, MP), Chachai Falls (127m) on the Bihad River, a tributary of Tons River, the Keoti Falls (98m) on the Mahana River, a tributary of Tons River, Odda Falls (145m) on the Odda River, a tributary of Belah River, which is itself a tributary of Tones River, Devdari Waterfall (58m) on the Karmanasa River (Rohtas plateau, Bihar), Telhar (80m) on the Suara West River (Rohtas plateau), Suara Falls (120m) on the Suara East River, Durgawaati Falls (80m) on the Durgavati River (Rohtas plateau), Okharean Kund Falls (90m) on Gopath River (Rohtas plateau), Dhuan Kund Falls (30m) (Rohtas plateau near Sasaram) on the Dhoba River, Kuaridah Falls (180m) on the Ausane River, a tributary of Son River, Rohtas plateau, Rakim Kund Falls (168m), on the Gayghat River, a tributary of Ausane River (Rohtas plateau)

Rewa Plateau

The Rewa Plateau covers a portion of Rewa district in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.

Significant waterfalls on the Tamas or Tons and its tributaries, as they come down from the Rewa Plateau, are: Chachai Falls (127m) on the Bihad River, a tributary of the Tamas, the Keoti Falls (98m) on the Mahana River, a tributary of the Tamas, Bahuti Falls (145m) on the Odda River, a tributary of the Belah River, which is itself a tributary of the Tamas, and Purwa Falls (70m) on the Tamsa or Tons.

List of waterfalls

Sorted by continent, then country, then province, state or territory.

Angel Falls, Venezuela – highest in the world at 979 m tall
Kalandula Falls, Angola
Boyoma Falls, Democratic Republic of the Congo
Tagbo Falls, Ghana
Maletsunyane Falls, Lesotho
Ouzoud Falls, Morocco
Lamadaya falls in Sanaag, Somalia
Tugela Falls, South Africa
Materuni Waterfalls, Tanzania
Victoria Falls, Zambia / Zimbabwe border, Africa – largest sheet of falling water in the world, width by height
Madhabkunda Falls, Bangladesh
Huangguoshu Falls, China
Bandeira Falls, East Timor
Jog Falls, India during monsoon
Nohkalikai Falls, India
Sipisopiso Falls, Indonesia
Shōmyō and Hannoki Falls, Japan
Khone Phapheng Falls, Laos – highest flow rate in Asia
Chiling waterfalls, Malaysia
Manthokha Falls, Pakistan
Tinago Falls, Philippines
The first two falls of Cheonjeyeon Falls, South Korea
Bambarakanda Falls, Sri Lanka
Shifen Falls, Taiwan
Krimml Falls, Austria
Skakavac Falls, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Boyana Waterfall, Bulgaria
Skakavitsa Waterfall, Bulgaria
Raysko Praskalo, Bulgaria
Pančava waterfall, Krkonoše region, Czechia
Pihtsusköngäs, one of the most powerful waterfalls in Finland
Gavarnie Falls, France
Dettifoss, Iceland – second most powerful waterfall in Europe
Seljalandsfoss, Iceland
Cascata delle Marmore, Italy
Ventas rumba – The widest waterfall in Europe
Korab Falls, North Macedonia
Vinnufossen, Norway
Vøringfossen, Norway
Siklawa, Poland
25 Fontes Falls, Madeira
Šútovský vodopád, Slovakia
Rhine Falls, Switzerland – highest flow rate and most powerful in Europe
Maniava Falls, Ukraine
Uchan-su Falls, Ukraine
High Force, England
Steall Falls, Scotland
Big Rock Falls, Belize
Athabasca Falls, Alberta
Helmcken Falls, British Columbia
Virginia Falls, Northwest Territories
Niagara Falls, Canada (Horseshoe Falls on right) / United States (American Falls on left) – highest flow rate in North America
La Paz Falls, Costa Rica
Basaseachic Falls, Mexico
DeSoto Falls, Alabama
Havasu Falls, Arizona
Amicalola Falls, highest in Georgia
Shoshone Falls, Idaho
Cumberland Falls, Kentucky
Great Falls, Virginia (L) / Maryland (R)
Bridal Veil Falls, Michigan
Minnehaha Falls, Minnesota
Bird Woman Falls, Glacier National Park, Montana
Great Falls, New Jersey
American Falls, part of Niagara Falls, New York
Eternal Flame Falls, New York
Cullasaja Falls, North Carolina
Sliding Rock, North Carolina
Multnomah Falls, Oregon
Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Calf Creek Falls, Utah
Palouse Falls, Washington
Blackwater Falls, West Virginia
Lower Yellowstone Falls, Wyoming
Apsley Falls, New South Wales
Wollomombi Falls, New South Wales
Jim Jim Falls during the wet season, Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory
Wallaman Falls, Queensland – highest single drop in Australia
Russell Falls, Tasmania
Hopetoun Falls, Victoria
Akaka Falls, Hawaiʻi
Hanakapiai Falls, Kauai
Sutherland Falls, New Zealand
Iguazu Falls, Argentina / Brazil border – highest flow rate in South America
Laja Falls, Chile
Gocta Falls, Peru
Angel Falls, Canaima National Park, Venezuela

Chachai Falls

Sirmaur, Rewa

Town and a nagar panchayat in Rewa district in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.

Significant waterfalls on the Tamsa or Tons and its tributaries, as they come down from the Rewa Plateau, are: Chachai Falls (127m) on the Bihad River, a tributary of the Tamsa, the Keoti Falls (98m) on the Mahana River, a tributary of the Tamsa, Odda Falls (145m) on the Odda River, a tributary of the Belah River, which is itself a tributary of the Tamsa, and Purwa Falls (70m) on the Tamsa or Tons.