Bhagirath Waterfall, India – Rey Sagar blog
Bhagirath Waterfall is one of the best places to visit during your weekend.
Vangani is an unnoticeable station in the CST – Karjat railroad line. It took around 2.5 hours to reach Vangani from Mumbai. Vangani railroad station is little and gets a provincial vibe from the British style distribution center by it. Vangani is 13 km from Badlapur and just 10 km from Neral (which is in transit to Matheran). Sharing auto rickshaws will cost you Rs.20 per seat and private will cost Rs. 40 for every seat to achieve the cascade from the railroad station.
Bhagirath Waterfall Vangani is a peaceful town with River Ulhas streaming on one side and a chain of little hillocks on the other. It comprises of for the most part agriculturist populace. Subsequently wherever grand farmlands at the base of slopes or slope patios can be seen. The ranchers, for the most part, have a place with Muslim people group and along these lines, bunches of delightful Masjids and Urdu schools are dissipated everywhere throughout the little villa. Anyway, the genuine magnificence of Vangani lies in its cascade.
The view from the hilltop was a display of absolute greenery. Different shades of green from pale to deep made the region visually exciting. I guess every possible shade of green could be seen. The green color in the paddy field was light green with a smooth and silky surface whereas the greenery in the hills was a shade of blackish green. The farmlands appeared as if they were wearing a bottle of green kanjeevaram silk saree.