The Dhuandhar falls are located in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. These waterfalls are very unique as the eater which comes down is actually eroded the limestone which has eventually resulted in deep crevasses from which the water keeps of flowing during the rainy season.
During the monsoons there are floods everywhere and water spreads to each and every nook and corner. These waterfalls are primarily fed by the Narmada River in Bhedaghat in Madhya Pradesh. It is a very different sight to be visiting the waterfalls in both the seasons. Both these seasons offer a very different view to the visitors. People prefer to visit these Dhuandhar waterfalls during the dry season as it is comparatively safer and the whole environment is also quite peaceful and one can enjoy seeing the beautiful crevasses the water has carved into the lime stone as well.