In northern Bastar, close-at-hand Kanker district headquarter, it is an enormously ravishing waterfall.
18 kms away from Kanker district headquarter, one reaches Malaajkudam. The helicoidal paths of the valley and the course leading to the hilltop gives a thrilling experience. P.W.D.has constructed the road up to 1 km away from the falls.
It is a group of three waterfalls, where the uppermost and the bottommost falls are comparatively small and cascade down from a height of 15-20 ft. The height of the middle waterfall is 20-25 ft. The main characteristic of this waterfall, it is respectively on a height and in a hierarchical manner, so only one waterfall can be viewed at a time. River Dudh is the source of this waterfall. Similarly, 7kms away from Kanker, the confluence of ‘Dudh river’ and ‘Mahanadi’ is also awe-inspiring.
Malanjhkudum Waterfalls, Kanker are composed of three falls. Kanker District is located in the southern region of Chhattisgarh and was earlier a part of old Bastar district. The five rivers that flow through the district include Doodh River, Hatkul River, Mahanadi River, Turu River and Sindur River. The district’s economy is based on agriculture. The main crop of the area is Rice. The other major crops are chana, Kodo, wheat, sugar cane, bhutta, Moong and Tilli.
Malanjhkudum Waterfalls, Chhattisgarh has been one of the most beautiful waterfalls since the ancient times. The waterfall is a huge crowd puller and has been attracting tourists over a long period of time.
Malanjhkudum Waterfalls, Kanker is composed of three falls that are of 10 meters, 15 meters and 9 meters in height. The Malanjhkudum Waterfalls in Kanker in India is at a distance of 15 Kms from Kanker on the Doodh river. Every year thousands of tourists from each and every corner of the world and from all over India visit this beautiful and picturesque waterfall.