Known as the sea of milk, Dudhsagar Waterfall is the fifth-highest waterfall in India and lies on the Belgaum–Vasco da Gama rail route in Goa. The cascading waters of Dudhsagar fall from a height of around 1020 feet and the views are breathtaking, especially during monsoons. Recently, a train passing through the waterfall was halted owing to low visibility after heavy rainfall. A video was captured, where a mighty volume of water is seen lashing down like clouds, drenching the train and its lush green surroundings. The misty video looks like a piece of a dream and it’s leaving netizens awestruck.
Dudhsagar Falls Drenches Halted Train And The Sight Looks Mesmerising
Dudhsagar Waterfall is one of the most popular tourist attractions located in Goa, on the border of Karnataka. The waterfall lies approximately 46 kilometres east of Madgaon and 80 kilometres south of Belagavi. Prasar Bharati has shared the video on its Twitter handle, stating, “WATCH: A train passing through Doodhsagar waterfall in South Western Railway, halted due to heavy rainfall.” And the sight is profoundly mesmerising.
— Prasar Bharati News Services पी.बी.एन.एस. (@PBNS_India) July 28, 2021
Netizens Call The View “Absolute Heaven”
Commenting on the video shared by Prasar Bharati, one user wrote, “Absolute heaven.” Another commented, “Picturesque.” Some people said that the sight is “dangerous but beautiful”. Dudhsagar Falls cuts through the Western Ghats in Goa and the slopes around it are strikingly green. The waterfall sits between the Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary and Mollem National Park, in the heart of the deciduous forests.
The flow of the four-tiered waterfall increases during the rainy season turning it into a popular monsoon trekking spot. A journey through the Dudhsagar Falls is one of the most scenic train journeys in India. For now, here are the top 10 best and stunning waterfalls in India: