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Dudma Jhodi waterfall, Katekalyan, Dantewada

Dudma Jhodi waterfall, Katekalyan, Dantewada


    There are four blocks in the district of Dantewada, out of which the most unexplored block is Katekalyan. But, on the contrary, next to Kuwakonda, it is the most mineral rich block of Dantewada district. The respective block is covered by lush green forest, huge mountain ranges, enchanting valleys and some of the most beautiful waterfalls. One such waterfall is Dudma Jhodi waterfall.

Where and How to reach?

    This marvel is located on the bank of Dumam river which is also called as Dankini river. This waterfall is situated at the side of state highway which goes from Katekalyan to Bade-Gudra via Parcheli. This waterfall is nearly 38 kms away from Dantewada and 124 kms away from Jagdalpur via Dantewada and nearly 424 kms away from State Capital, Raipur. The nearest railway station is Dantewada and Bacheli. The nearest airport is Jagdalpur and Raipur.

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    As this is a seasonal waterfall which actually originates from a brook called Dudma Jhodi which is a tributary of Dumam river, it is beat advisable to visit it during the winters.

Salient Features:

    Falling from a height of 15 feet, Dudma jhodi waterfall is a worth seeing place and can be a good picnic spot for the interested tourists also. As the height is quite adorable and the slope is moderate with a step like formation, the brook gives a beautiful show of a small cascade, which a truly enjoyable from top to bottom. Local people love to come and spend their leisure time here, bathing and enjoying with their near and dear ones.


    If you really wanna enjoy some of the most virgin places of Chhattisgarh, Do come to Dantewada. And If you really wanna reveal some of the most deep mysteries of Dantewada itself, Do visit Katekalyan…..and if you really wanna a virgin waterfall…..Do visit Dudma Jhodi waterfall.

Toyer Nala Waterfall, Katekalyan, Dantewada

Toyer Nala Waterfall (Katekalyan, Dantewada)


Dantewada is a place of spirituality, it’s a place of hyms, it’s a place of divine temples…..but wait…this is just the spiritual part of Dantewada. Here’s a lot more to be revealed out. Ever heard of some untrodden tracks, some virgin mountains, some unseen waterfalls in Bastar division, there will be only one name, Katekalyan block of Dantewada district.

Nature has hidden so much in this virgin area that one has to keep whole month to visit and find such untrodden paths, such peculiar mysteries. One such mystery is Toyer waterfall.

Where and how to reach?

    Toyer waterfall is approachable throughout the year as this area is very near to the State Highway joining Jagdalpur to Dantewada from Darbha road via Katekalyan.  Just 12 kms to Katekalyan towards Darbha road, this marvel is located near to the village border of Nadenar and Toynar villages of Katekalyan block of Dantewada.

Salient Features

    This area actually comes under Darbha block of District Bastar, but as this place is very near to Block Head Quarter Katekalyan, local people presumes it to be a part of Dantewada district.

    As a tourist reaches closer to this fall, the first view itself makes him spellbound, as the fall divides itself in two parts, the upper part which is having a height of 7 to 10 feet with a gentle slope of 10-15 degree, followed by the later one which possesses a height of 30-35 feet with a moderate slope of 30-40 degree. One should take care while traversing down as the bank walls of Toyer nala also contains blue-green algae.

    This place hides many more interesting features on its laps as the upper part of the northern side of bank possesses a cave remarked as an abode of Lord Shiva and contains many Shiv-lingas inside and near around this cave-shrine.

    Toynar Village is famous for this waterfall and cave, as at the time of Maha-Shivratri, this area gets flooded by the devotees in the form of a big mela.


On the whole, this place is a “silent killer” and nobody wants to miss the chance to be in the laps of a meditating kind of pure natural environment.