Dudh Sagar Waterfall

Dudh Sagar Waterfall

Dudh Sagar Waterfall is one of the most noteworthy water falls in India, and among the hundred most elevated waterfalls on the planet. It lies in the southern piece of Goa at Mollem, towards the fringe with Karnataka state. Dudh Sagar, actually implies a Sea of Milk in the nearby Konkanni dialect, and gets its name as it seems like a flooding ocean of milk. It has an aggregate stature of 306 meters and a width of 30 meters.


The heavenly Dudhsagar Waterfall is roosted in the high crests of the Western Ghats and is an incredible sight particularly in the storms when it is in full and enraged stream. From a separation, the waterfall seems like floods of milk hurrying down the mountainside. The exhuberent and breathtaking waterfall is situated in the Sanguem taluka.

Measuring a strong 600m from head to foot, this waterfall on the Goa-Karnataka outskirt, pulls in a constant flow of guests from the coast into the rough Western Ghats. Subsequent to pouring over the Deccan level, the headwaters of the Mandovi River frame a frothing deluge that parts into three streams to course down a close vertical bluff face into a dark green pool.

Like most places in Goa, the Dudhsagar waterfall too has a legend appended to its name. The legend recounts the narrative of this capable and affluent lord who led a kingdom in the Western Ghats. His rich and lavish castle in the slopes was encompassed by tremendous greenery enclosures which were loaded with deers and gazelles.

The King had an excellent little girl, who used to appreciate cleaning up amid the hot summers, in the pleasant lake close to the woods on the edge of the King’s castle grounds. It was her propensity to complete her shower and have a jugful of sugared milk in a container made of immaculate gold.

One day when she was completing her typical container of milk she ended up being viewed by a good looking ruler remaining amongst the trees. Embarassed by her lacking washing clothing, the clever Princess poured the sugared milk before her to shape an ad libbed window ornament to shroud her body, while one of the servants hurried to cover her with a dress.

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