Jogini Falls


This picturesque waterfall in a remote, tranquil setting has shrines below it & is sacred to locals.

ogini Falls is a waterfall with a stream running down to join the river Beas in the Kullu Valley below. It is sacred to the village goddess Jogini & is therefore a place of female power, known as a Shakti Peeth. One can enjoy an energizing dip under these cascading falls while admiring the towering snow clad mountains all around.Below the falls there is a small shrine and below that is a Main Shrine (small temple). Villagers go to Jogini Devi to make offerings & to ask for her intercession. As it is such a peaceful, even soporific, sacred place, villagers also go there occasionally to sleep. Special occasions are marked by the cooking of food & the performance of rituals.

A little ahead of Vashisht Hot Springs on the way to Vashist village, the breathtaking Jogini falls is a must visit. The small trek leading upto this clearing is fairly easy and definitely worth the effort. Navigating craggy paths though the ancient village is a memorable experience in itself. If you plan to spend a few hours in the midst of nature, packing in a hearty picnic basket would be a good idea. The first sight of the falls is astonishing to say the least. Abruptly flowing through a cluster of small hills, the falls are the perfect backdrop for an afternoon picnic. Take in the beauty, serenity and quiet surrounding the place and enjoy the warm sun as you dig into some local delicacies. The shops lining the area sell authentic Himachali food including the likes of kadi chawal, brown rice, rajma and aata namkeen. Away from the hustle bustle of tourist spots, you are in amidst natural beauty surrounding only by the melodious sounds of nature. You could choose to go for a long, luxurious walk in the nearby pine forest or simply find your spot and relax under the warm, soothing sun.

Jana Waterfall is located in a small village named Jana, few kilometers away from Naggar in Manali. The stunning beauty of this waterfall makes every traveler enjoy like never before. The water gushes down from a particular height; refreshing all your senses. If you want to get the clear view of the lovely Jana waterfall in Manali, lying a little uphill, you need to indulge in a small trek.The trek is short and fairly easy. From the top you can adore the enchanting views of deodar and pine trees, apple orchards and striking snow covered mountains. The serene ambience of the place makes Jana waterfall a best picnic spot for families. Above all, do not forget to click the pictures near the fall, as it a lifetime opportunity.Also, there is small shop nearby, where you can enjoy some local food. You can plan your visit to Jana fall from September till June. However, there is no harm in planning your visit during monsoons too, when the falls are in full flow and the greenery of the place sprouts entirely.


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