Sanakua Waterfall of MP

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Sanakua Waterfall

Sanakua waterfalls are located in the Bhind district of the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. However, they are also one of the least known attractions of the state. The Sanakua Falls are outlined by green forests, flowing rivers and ancient temples along the way. The Sanakua Falls are compared with the highest falls of the world i.e. the Niagara Falls in Canada. The Sanakua Falls are originated by the river Sindh. Due to its high fall, the water bumping into the pool appears frothy and gurgles along its way. The Sanakua Falls are at a distance of 55 kilometers from the Bhind district.

Sanakua Waterfall in Bhind

The district of Bhind has been named after the Rishi Bhindi. It lies in the famous Chambal valley, well known for dacoits and bandits. The Rivers Chambal and Sindh is the main rivers of the district. Both the rivers are a tributary of the holy River Yamuna. The climate of the region is usually dry except for the rainy season.

The Sanakua Falls can be placed on the Mau Road. There are around 108 old temples along the River Sindh! They are believed to have been built by gunnies in the span of just one night! Apart from the religious significance of the area, these falls are ideal for recreational activities such as having a family picnic, rock climbing, mountaineering, bird watching, sighting animals and an ideal paradise for nature lovers. The post monsoon months of August to December are the best time to visit the Sanakua waterfalls.