Mitte Waterfalls

Mitte or Sapthagundala or Saptha Gundalu or Sapthagunda or Seven Waterfalls is located around 2kms from Pittaguda village, Lingapur Mandal, Komaram Bheem Asifabad District, Telangana, India.

Saptha means Seven, Gunda or Gundam or Gundala meaning Pit, Jalapatham is Waterfalls. It comprises not just one but seven waterfalls, hence the name Saptagundala. The waterfall, which is 100 km away from Asifabad, is nestled between tall hills on one side and dense forests on the other, the Saptagundala waterfalls also known as Mitta waterfalls is tucked far away from civilization.

Some of the seven waterfalls have been named after Lord Rama, Goddess Sita and Bheema. Idol of Bheema was located at the place. Annually, tribals celebrate two fairs in reverence to their deity Bheema. They believe that Bheema went around the place and hence believe that the stone slabs carry foot impressions of the deity.

Accessibility of the seven waterfalls in Sirpur (U), two can be classified as the most beautiful spots and are located in close proximity. These are situated about 20 km from Jainoor mandal headquarters and can be accessed from either Lingapur or Pittaguda villages. In the absence of a proper road, a distance of about 4 km in the forest has to be trekked. A road and accommodation for tourists at these spots could arouse the interest of nature enthusiasts.

Kankaigundam is located on the Kadem river in Bazarhatnoor mandal. A 3-km walk in the wilderness is inevitable to reach this spot after travelling to Balhanpur in Bazarhatnoor from Ichoda mandal headquarters on the NH 7.

The Gadadigundam is another interesting spot on the Kadem river in Neredigonda mandal and can be accessed from Tarnam village from where a walk for about 4 km is needed to reach the waterfall. These two waterfalls on Kadem river dry up in the summer months. While water cascades from a lesser height at most of the seasonal falls, one waterfall cascades from a height of about 100 ft.
September to February is the best time to visit this sport as the hillock resembles Kashmir. There are several hillocks there ideal for trekking and hiking.
They are located 30 kilometres (19 mi) from Asifabad and 350 kilometres (220 mi) from Hyderabad, the state capital.

From Sirpur (U), towards lingapur your need to drive for around 7km, before lingapur village you will get the village called Pittagauda. Here we need to park the vehicles and take a 2km walk to water fall.

This area is also famous for the dense Mangi forests where deforestation has taken place on a comparatively lesser scale.

Proper infrastructure at Sapthagundam can woo nature enthusiasts
Mitte Jalapatham is just 85 km from the Adilabad town and 35 km from Utnoor headquarters.

You need to hire local guides for this trekking.

Directions from Jainoor