Mother Nature constantly amazes us with its wonders, such as the Gates of Hell in Turkmenistan and the Shilin Stone Forest in China. The latest natural wonder that has amazed inter is a waterfall from India. What makes this waterfall so mesmerizing?
Tis waterfall, instead of falling downwards, goes up in the air. Yes you read that right! It goes up in the air. Naneghat waterfall is located in Maharashtra’s Junnar.
If you are still wondering how this cascading beauty defies gravity or is there any magic, well it does not. There is no scientific or supernatural phenomenon behind this but there is a simple reason behind this reserve effect. This occurs due to speedy winds that push the water upward instead of allowing it to fall.
Naneghat is a well-known tourist spot located in the peaceful mountains of Maharashtra near the Konkan coast and Deccan plateau in Pune. It is a 3-hour drive from Mumbai.
The clip was shared on Twitter by a user who goes by the name @ Weird and Terrifying with caption, Due to strong winds this waterfall "flows" upwards.”
Due to strong winds this waterfall "flows" upwards. pic.twitter.com/8xBKlAZMlH— Weird and Terrifying (@weirdterrifying) January 23, 2023
Since being shared the clip has astonished over 857,5000 viewers.
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When visiting Naneghat, bring warm clothes and an umbrella. Also, prepare for a 4-5 km trek to see the cascading beauty. The best time to visit is during the monsoon season when the wind strength creates a reverse waterfall.