Many of us are now quite eager to plan a holiday and visit a beautiful place as we had to remain indoors for more than a year due to the coronavirus pandemic. While some may be planning to travel to the foreign countries, there will be many who will like to pay a visit to their relatives and several others will also wish to make a visit to a place which is not only beautiful and mesmerizing but also displays a special phenomena.
It’s a universal fact that water flows downwards due to gravity but will you believe us if we tell you that there is a waterfall in Maharashtra whose water flows upwards and not downwards? This waterfall is known as Kalu waterfall which is in the Malshej Ghat region of Maharashtra and is quite a famous tourist attraction. The water flows upwards in Kalu waterfall because of the strong winds that flow upwards.
Take a look at these lovely pics that will steal your heart:
Recently an Instagram user shared the video of the waterfall and it went viral shortly for obvious reasons:
Here are some other videos:
This waterfall which is at the height of 1200 feet has its origin in Harishchandragad mountains and it flows through Khireshwar village. This fascinating attraction is just 130 kms far from Pune and the best time to visit it is September-October because it is a seasonal waterfall and gets dry in summers while it may be risky to visit it in the monsoons.
Well, there are some other waterfalls in the world in which water flows upwards due to strong winds, a couple of them are in India while few of them are overseas.
So when are you visiting the Kalu waterfall to witness the stunning phenomena?