Didi Bahini Jharna
Didi Bahini Jharna, Where to go for a walk during the holidays? It comes to the mouths of the residents near the district headquarters – Didibahini Jharna. The district has ample tourist attractions. Sri Antu, Maipokhari, Sandakpur, Panitar, Gajurmukhi and others. Didi bahini Jharna is the choice of many as it can be reached by visiting in one day and can be reached at low cost.
You don’t have to walk a long way to reach this waterfall and you can reach it by car. That is why it has become a tourist destination within the tourist district. Two waterfalls in one place, descending and the same, and evergreen waterfalls. That is why it steals the hearts of many. Another waterfall in the district, Todke Waterfall, is far from the district headquarters.
Some rough and rough roads. Some tourists visit the waterfall to fulfill their dream of seeing the same waterfall. To reach Didibahini Jharna, you have to travel about 20 km from Sarmukam to Mechi Highway. After traveling 2.5 km from Baghkhor on a dirt road, you can reach the side of the waterfall.
Although difficult to reach, these two waterfalls were overshadowed by a lack of publicity. Many people inside the district have recently come to know about this waterfall, let alone outside the district. Ram Bahadur Rai, chairman of the Didibahini Waterfall Conservation Consumers Committee, said that about 200 domestic tourists have started visiting the waterfall on holidays and 25 on other days.
According to Rai, tourists from Suryodaya, Deumai Municipality, Fakphokathum, Mangsebung and Sandakpur have been coming recently. He named it Didibahini Jharna because there are two waterfalls in the distance. The view of two waterfalls in the same place in Lekali climate thrills the tourist. It is also said to have helped in attracting tourists.
Chairman Rai informed that the locals were happy with the arrival of domestic tourists to see these sisters playing hide and seek with the fog. He informed that there are future plans to provide local food and drink near the waterfall. In this area, 20 types of herbs including Timur, Chimphing, Wild betel nut, Chiraito etc. can be easily available.
A team sent by the federal government for further upgrade has returned after completing its work to prepare a “detailed study report of Mahabhir’s sister waterfall area,” said Chairman Rai. Recently, locals have been saying that there is an attractive cave near the waterfall. Local Som Sunuwar said that the cave was not identified due to lack of publicity. According to Sunuwar, the cave was found on the basis of an old man’s statement. “I don’t know how big the cave is.
This is the first time we have seen it, ”said Sunuwar. And there is a lack of publicity. ” The locals estimate that the number of sisters coming to the waterfall will increase if the cave is publicized. Locals said that the height of the waterfall has been found recently. The height of the big (sister) waterfall is 68 feet and the small (sister) is 58 feet.