Tyrshi Falls by Debanik

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By Debanik Chakraborty

The Tyrshi Falls, which is in Meghalaya, is for those who really love nature and like to spend quality time in between the wilderness. No queues required no vendors, no tickets to buy, less number of visitors make the place peaceful and more enjoyable. One can spend as much time in this serene falls overlooking a hard-to-imagine, too-good-to-believe picturesque valley with paddy cultivation in between hillocks.

Tyrshi Falls is another one of the little known treasures of Meghalaya. The beautiful falls come down in steps with the water gushing swiftly looking like an enormous white veil. The waterfalls are connected by an arched bridge, which contains more than 20 hundred steps, which descend to the bottom of the falls. Along the way, it offers a beautiful panoramic view of the Pynthor Nein paddy grounds. Like the Elephant Falls in Shillong, one can take pleasure in approaching the waterfall and enjoying the explosive bursts of water. However, one needs to mention that the Tyrshi Falls stand almost three times taller than the Elephant Falls. Best time to visit th falls would be the monsoons when the falls are in their optimum verve. Just one kilometer from the Jowai-Shillong Highway, one can get off the main road behind Thadlaskein and enjoy a quick ride.

 

 

References:

https://www.touristlink.com/india/tyrshi-falls/overview.html
https://www.inspirock.com/india/jowai/tyrshi-falls-a292772935
https://www.destimap.com/index.php?act=attraction&a=Tyrshi-Falls%2C-
Jowai%2C-India
https://www.tripadvisor.in/Attraction_Review-g2285397-d2441357-Reviews-
Tyrshi_Falls-Jowai_West_Jaintia_Hills_District_Meghalaya.html#REVIEWS

 

 

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