Ramdaha Waterfall In Chattisgarh Takes Life Of 6 Tourists

by Suchismita Pal
Ramdaha Waterfall In Chattisgarh Takes Life Of 6 Tourists

The natural wonders of the Earth can allure us with their mesmerising beauty. The mighty waterfalls, the roaring oceans, the vast jungles and the ravishing desserts detach us from the boredom of diurnal lives into a realm of serenity. But in unfortunate situations, nature can be harsh too. Recently, Ramdaha waterfall in Chhattisgarh took the lives of six people when they visited the spot. The waterfall lies in the Koriya district of Chhattisgarh and has a natural pool at its foot. One person was rescued in the incident by the officials.

Ramdaha Waterfall Falls Into A Natural Pool From A Height Of 120 Feet

All the six people who lost their lives were residents of Singrauli in Madhya Pradesh. The officials recovered their bodies from the location. Ramdaha waterfall falls from a height of around 120 feet. It is around 25 feet wide. It lies in the middle of a dense forest with lush greenery all around. The scenic beauty of the place attracts a good number of tourists. However, tourists need to be cautious while visiting places like these. They must not go beyond the safety zones.

Nature Can Be Brutal At Times

Earlier, several people drowned in Rishikesh while taking bath in the Ganges. While on vacation to the beaches, many tourists were swept away into the ocean. Heavy snowfall, rains and landslides in the mountains had led to many car accidents. Thus, it is always advisable to see weather forecasts before visiting any place. One shouldn’t go near the sea during high tides. Jungle treks must be avoided at night as it is the hunting time for most wild animals. High-altitude mountain destinations must be avoided during monsoons.