Among the major waterfalls in the area are Kodakal (Kuyemari), Katulkasa (Honhed), Haathikudum (Nalajhar) and Lingodhara (Limdhara), and each of them has a unique shape, height and size
Walking on dirt tracks inside a remote dense forest of Keshkal in Chhattisgarh, one is surprised on suddenly hearing the sound of gushing waterfalls, most of which were unexplored till some time back.
Tribals residing in remote villages of this pristine forest, flanked by hills and covered with Sal trees, which had been infamous for Naxal activities, never imagined that these natural water bodies would make the place a sought-after tourist destination and serve as a means of livelihood for them.
Located around 170 km from the State capital Raipur, Keshkal falls in Kondagaon, one of the seven districts of the Bastar region — which is the severely affected by the Left Wing Extremism (LWE).
“Bastar is full of natural beauty. People normally visit Chitrakote, the majestic waterfall located in…