Gayatri Waterfalls

Gayatri waterfalls, a less known water body is situated on Kadam River away from the human eye, waterfalls found its habitat in a remote place inside a deep tropical forest. It is approximately 5 km from Tarnam Khurd village, near Neredigonda Mandal of Adilabad district in Telangana State, India.

The Kadam river is a tributary of the grand Godavari River and one of the many waterfalls in and around Nirmal town, along with Kuntala Waterfall and Pochera Falls. 

The villagers living around the waterfalls call it Gadidha Gundam or Mukdi Gundam. It is a definite treat to your eyes to see this amazing waterfall plunging down from a height of 100ft into the valley to create a magnificent sight. We humans feel truly blessed to witness such artistic creations of mother nature.

When you stand to face this inviting falls, you will see the beautiful falls with a huge pool of fresh water under it. The sight is just so amazing, as the drizzling water pecks you on your cheek. Such a modern way to welcome guests! When you climb up to get a top view of the falls, you will feel captivated with a panoramic view.

Adventure sports enthusiasts make a beeline to Gayatri waterfall
It can be reached by traveling 257 km from the state capital Hyderabad toward Adilabad, on NH 44, to Neredigonda village, then traveling 6 km to Kupti village, where there is a sign indicating to take a right to reach Tarnam village. Turn and drive 2 km on a dirt road to the Tarnam Khurd village, from which it is a 5 km walk in the forest to reach the spot. Make sure you are accompanied by a villager to guide you, or you might get lost in dense jungle.

At a distance of 5 km from Tarnam Khurd Village, 19 km from Kuntala Waterfalls, 38 km from Nirmal, 59 km Adilabad and 270 km from Hyderabad.