Bee Falls

Panchmarhi, Madhya Pradesh





Bee Falls Panchmarhi is one of the imprtant falls and the view that one has of the place from Sunset point is one that can be remembered for a long time. It is one of the important tourist destinations in Panchmarhi, a place that got its name from a group of five caves. Known as the Queen of Satpuras, Panchmarhi is an enchanting place. It is always full of life and has a great cultural heritage.

Bee Fall is a popular water-fall located at Pachmarhi Hill Station in Madhya Pradesh state on Central India. Pachmarhi is a tourist destination on Satpura Hills. Their are number of waterfalls in Pachmarhi but among them Bee Fall is considered as most popular one and must visit tourist point. Pachmarhi is a popular tourist destination among domestic tourists. Here we can find tourism activities through out the year. It is a natural water fall deep below valley, reached with the help of jeep to some distance then foot steps.

There are many water falls in Pachmarhi, but no one is like Bee falls, as the waters of a perennial stream tumble down 35 meters, giving a spectacular view to all those nature lovers who come here, there are many water falls around Pachmarhi, but the beauty of falling a narrow stream of water from a great height, and when it looks like falling melting silver, this all make Bee Falls alike to other. Getting here in summers could be auspicious time for all those nature lovers who ever wanted to feel the chillness of being close to the Mother Nature.

If we goes back to the history of this place, Pachmarhi is relate to be with one massive event from Mahabharata, legend articulate that the Pandavas stayed in these hills at the time of there exile. There are some caves around this place depicting the archaic-ness of this place very beautifully. If we talk about modern history, tribal people lives here who almost remain cut from general public. They full fills their needs from the forests of Satpura hills. In 1857, on famous freedom revolt during British India, army officer Captain James Forsyth reached this place in search of freedom fighters and introduced it to western world. Since then Army has its base here.


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