Neelkanth Falls 

Basera is surrounded by dense forest under ‘Guru Ghasidas National Park the Chhattisgarh.

Water falls from a height of about 100 feet from this waterfall.

A huge Shivling located here is also a major center of attraction.

Greeny is eye-catching.

The waterfall is in a dense forest.

The proper road is not there

It is very risky to visit this waterfall.

Never visit this waterfall on rainy reason as the way is too slippery.

Local people help you reach there but the road is not available.

Never go alone.

Be with your safety aid 

Best time to visit Neelkanth Falls 

October to March is the best time to visit this fall

Neelkanth Mahadev near Neelkanth Falls 

Neelkanth Mahadev is in the hilly hills in Gram Panchayat Daser, about 43 km away from the Ramgarh area of the Sonhat development block, and 120 km away from the headquarter.

The way to reach Neelkanth Mahadev is not easy, after a lot of effort, you will be able to see Neelkanth Mahadev.

Firstly, after a height of about a thousand feet, Neelkanth Mahadev is sitting in the middle of the trenches from all three sides.

There is no facility like any kind of road or stairs to reach there.

This rocky road is so bad that it is difficult to reach the two-wheeler.

After covering a distance of about 120 kms from the district headquarter, one has to travel about 4 kms on foot.


The place where Neelkanth Mahadev sits is at such a height that Sidhi of Madhya Pradesh and Renukoot area of Uttar Pradesh is also visible from there.

A very beautiful waterfall is visible about 500-400 feet below it.


Shivling is established in the middle of the rocks right next to the same waterfall which is worshiped by the people.

To reach here, after climbing 1000 feet high, one has to descend to a depth of about 400 to 500 feet.


How to reach Neelkanth

First from Korea district, after Sonhat, Guru Ghasidas National Park via Ramgarh, Ramgarh to Chuladar, Chuladar to Natwahi, then from Salgwa You can reach Neelkanth Dham via Dhanpur, Dhanpur to Anandpur, Anandpur to Dusse, Dusse to Jungle.

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