The North East Indian states or seven sister states are home to some of the India’s tallest waterfalls. Meghalaya is known for its number of amazing, astonishing and tallest waterfalls, lush green forests and dark deep caves.
East Khasi Hills district of Meghalaya is home of India’s 4 tallest waterfalls.
Nohkalikai Falls – 1,120 ft, Meghalaya
Nohsngithiang Falls – 1,033 ft, Meghalaya
Nohsngithiang Falls (also known as the Seven Sisters Waterfalls or Mawsmai Falls) is a seven-segmented waterfall located 1 kilometre south of Mawsmai village in East Khasi Hills district in the Indian state of Meghalaya.
The water falls from a height of 315 metres (1,033 ft) and has an average width of 70 metres making it one of the tallest waterfalls in India.
The falls plunges over the top of limestone cliffs of the Khasi Hills only during the rainy season. In full spate, the segments stretch most of the way along the cliff. The waterfalls get illuminated by the sun and the vibrant colors of the setting sun on the waterfalls makes it beautiful.
Langshiang Falls – 1,106 ft, Meghalaya
The Langshiang Falls is located near the village of Sangriang, 24 kilometres (15 mi) from Nongstoin, in West Khasi Hills district in the Indian state of Meghalaya. It can also be seen from Mawpon village.
The total height of the falls is generally quoted at around 337 metres (1,106 ft). However, that needs to be confirmed.
Considering the height to be correct, it is the 3rd highest waterfalls in India.
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Langshiang, about 24-25 km from Nongstoin, is about 30 minutes walk from Sangriang village.
Kynrem Falls – 1,001 ft, Meghalaya
The Kynrem Falls is located 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) from Cherrapunji in East Khasi Hills district in the Indian state of Meghalaya. It is situated inside the Thangkharang Park.
It is the 7th highest waterfalls in India.
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Vantawng Falls – 751 ft, Mizoram
It is about 30 kilometres (19 mi) from Serchhip and 137 kilometres (85 mi) from Aizawl.
It is the 13th highest waterfalls in India.
Nuranang Falls, Arunachal Pradesh
It is one of the most spectacular waterfalls in this part of the country, yet is unknown to many travelers. It lies some 2 kilometres away from the town of Jang on the road connecting Tawang and Bomdila, so it is also known as the Jang Falls.
There is a small hydel plant located near the base that generates electricity for local use.
The Nuranang river originates from the Northern slopes of the Sela Pass. Just below the waterfall it falls into the Tawang river.