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Tincha Falls – a photo log

Tincha Falls is a waterfall about 10km off from Simrol, a village on the Indore-Khandwa road. Tincha village now has tar roads and so the ride is pleasant. From the village, the falls is just a km away and the genial villagers help you find the way easily. It helps that there is a signboard where we need to turn right from Tincha village.As we enter the falls area, we are enraptured by the huge flowltincha-falls-the-full-view.jpg and the valley the-stream-the-valley-and-the-green.jpg. We decide to get down to the bottomgetting-down-to-the-stream-it-looks-ominous.jpg. Two villagers show us the way before they disappear in a jiffy. That is the most difficult stretch of the whole trek down. Two of us first venture down the-first-movers.jpgand the third descends past the difficult stretch the-difficult-stretch.jpg. After spending some time seeing the rushing waters tincha-falls-the-broad-view.jpg and the white vapours tincha-noise-the-white-clouds.jpg which do not allow us to get anywhere closer, we begin our upward climb. We are glad to be on top! On our way back, we see a farm family at work. There is a cute treehouse tincha-village-the-tree-house.jpg, which captures our attention.

Having enjoyed Tincha Falls, we proceed further towards Khandwa till the first dhaba after the first ghat stretch. Here my friend provokes one of the numerous monkeys, that responds with this snarlthe-provoked-monkey-at-the-roadside-dhaba.jpg. Undeterred, we ride till the second ghat where the view is amazingindore-khandwa-road-the-second-ghat-view.jpg. After a quick halt, we reach our original destination Choral village. It is Rakhi day and it is very colourful there. The joyous villagers do a Dandiya right in the middle of the road,choral-village-rakhi-umbrella.jpg stopping all traffic in the busy road. These sisters seem to be carrying some Rakhi plant rakhi-plant-in-choral-village.jpg, for all I know. We stop by the Choral river, just in time to see a train crossing the bridgea-train-on-the-choral-bridge.jpg . What amazing sights we have seen in a span of 4 hours! We are truly blessed to be here during the monsoons 🙂

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Categories: Indore getaway, Travel
  1. gopi
    13 August 2006 at 7:46 pm

    Instead of embedding images directly, put them in flickr / some photo site and link them in your blog. This would reduce the time taken to bring your webpage. Those photos taken with your camera ?? I hope no….

  2. A
    16 August 2006 at 2:31 am

    Like I said before, awesome pictures dude!

  3. A
    16 August 2006 at 2:33 am

    And yep, reading this post felt like reading a comic book :-D!

  4. 18 August 2006 at 5:35 pm

    so true. you made me laugh too 🙂

  5. 22 May 2008 at 10:42 am

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  6. spark
    22 May 2008 at 10:53 pm

    Please go ahead

  7. 1 July 2010 at 12:02 am

    hey im from tinchha fall .if any one wants to visit ever there .juz give me a ring.

  8. 1 July 2010 at 12:04 am

    hey my no is 9926524004 or 9098775713

  9. raja jodhani
    21 May 2011 at 10:39 am

    hey is the tincha fall and choral are same or they are near by places

  10. abhinav singh
    24 March 2012 at 3:00 pm

    hey ashish.can i know how would these falls be,at this point of summers?

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