The waterfall is called Ghaghi in the local dialect of Surguja.
On the Kusmi-Samari road, the origin of the Benganga river is between the mountain range on the east-south angle of Jamira village of Samaripat.
Here a Shivling is also established in a group of sal trees.
The forest dwellers give it the name of Sarna and consider this place sacred.
A water source originates in the lower part of Sarna Kunj.
Moving towards the south, this water takes the form of a waterfall between the huge rocks of the hill.
The water stream of Benganga flows towards Shrikot crossing dense forests and rocks full of natural beauty.
On the occasion of Ganga Dussehra, the nearby villagers gather and do a night vigil after worshiping Sarna Dev and Devadhidev Mahadev.
This place full of natural beauty is the center of tourist attraction.
Best time to visit Benganga waterfalls
July to Feb is the best time to visit.