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Gratitude:

At the very beginning I would like to offer my sincere thanks to Admin and all other people from forum who provide valuable inputs in finalising the whole journey . I would like to Appreciate their quick responses and inputs to complete the trips. 

 

Dream:

There is only one thing that comes close to my passion for cars, my love for travel. I dream of covering every nook and cranny of this country, by road. Being a frequent reader of India-Drive Team travelogues, I hope to write about my dream road trip to the Himalayas someday. I am one of lurkers on the forum here and I enjoy reading the travelogues the most. 

 

About Water falls:

Note: I have copied some lines from google search and I have added some lines by my own.Please excuse Typo Error..

 

Mutyala Jalapatham or mutyam dhara or Veerabadhram Waterfalls is located near venkatapuram mandal.it is a hidden waterfall recently explored by locals.

 

Unknown to many, this will be the country’s third highest waterfall could be hidden away in a remote corner of Jayashankar Bhupalpally district. 


According to Dr Dyavanapalli Satyanarayana, explorer, the water falls from an estimated 700 feet at Gaddalasari. If confirmed, this could be India’s third highest after the Nohkalikai falls (1,100 feet in Meghalaya) and Jog falls (Karnataka, 830 feet).

 

The waterfall can be reached after walking 9-11 km (to reach waterfalls)from village Veerabadravaram. There is no proper road leading to the spot.


“The waterfall height can be some 700 feet. If it is confirmed by taking measurements, it can be on par with the highest waterfalls of India,”
“It is so high that the water does not fall to the ground directly. The flow of water is affected by the wind so that it appears like a long snake,”

 

Forest Walk and Trek along streams (Total around 20kms of Walk in forest )
Open to Anyone who is an outdoor enthusiast expecting no luxury/comfort and can adjust with basic amenities.
Trek will be little difficult in water due to slippery surface and uneven stones.

 

Route: 

Before 6Kms from Bogatha Waterfalls you will find a Right turn to Venkatapuram  Village 

 

From Highway to Venkatapuram village, it is around 20Kms and from their drive Exactly 5Kms. 

 

You will find one small village, can ask any local people about the waterfalls Mutyala Jalapatham or mutyam dhara or Veerabadhram Waterfalls. 

 

For simple route from highway take road to venkatapuram village,

go straight till 25.3Kms and you will find small sign board of waterfalls on your left.(Can confirm from local people)  

Road condition is very good till Venkatapuram village.

 

Lucky:

I never expected i am having this much luck, I parked my car near one small hut and started walking into Forest to reach Waterfalls.

 

We moved around .05 KM into forest and finally we got a lift to waterfalls by some local people who also came to visit the falls.

 

Only Tractors  can go into that forest road, muddy road with full ground clearance .

It took us 1 Hour 30 mins to reach  waterfalls.

 

After Parking Tractor,

we walked around 1KM to reach Waterfalls as even tractor cannot go beyond that Point.

 

Safety: 

4 Wheeler can be parked near the road or talk to any shopkeeper and pay him some money for keeping eye on our vehicle. 

 

We cannot take our 4 Wheeler on the waterfalls road as there are very big stones or Muddy area. 

 

I would suggest to go in a group as this place is very lonely and you can also take any local people as guide if you need. 

 

2 Wheeler can go to some extent around 3-5 KMS depends on driving.

Phone signals are not available once you start walking into the forest.

Only BSNL network will work.

 

Water depth is expected as 70+ Feet, for enjoying take tyre tube.

 

Places to Stay: 

  1. Laknavaram Lake – 4 Cottages & Couple of rooms available, we have to do advance booking.
  2. Tadvai Forest Camp : 6 Cottages available, We have to do advance booking. 

 

If you are not able to book any cottages or rooms in the above mention place, then you will find one lodge in Mulugu Town(Warangal) AC & non AC.

From Mulugu – Laknavaram Lake is 20kms approximately 

From Laknawaram Lake - Tadvai Huts is 30Kms approximately 

 

Route: 

Hyderabad – Warangal – Mulugu – Laknawaram – Tadvai – Venkatapuram village – Muthayal Jalapatham

Hyderabad – Warangal – Mulugu – Laknawaram – Tadvai – Bogathawaterfalls

 

Places covered: 

  1. 1000 Pillar temple.
  2. Bhadrakali Temple.
  3. Ramappa Temple or Ramalingeswara temple 

       Note: Haritha Tourism is constructing new cottages with Lake view and will be mostly open for public soon(no confirmation). If people are not able to get accommodation in Laknavaram Lake or Tadavi Forest Cottages, they can book  here in Ramappa Temple. 

  1. Laknavaram Lake
  2. Sri Hemachala Laxmi Narsimha Swamy Devalayam (Malluru,Mulugu Mandal) 

About Temple: Malluru famous for Sri Ugra Narasimha Swamy temple, is located app 90 Km from Bhadrachalam(famous Sri Rama Shrine in south India) and app 130KM from Warangal City. This temple has many specialities, the height of mollaviraat Sri Narasimha Swamy is upto 10 feet. It is located in the midst of forest. The Belly part of Moolavirat idol is soft as human skin.The dwjasthambha here at the temple is nearly 60 feet in height.
There is a rock formed Ugra Anjaneya Swamy Statue near to the temple. There is a continuous water flow near the temple, which flows from the top of the hills.

No one knows from where the waters flows and the water flow is always same through out the year and continues same.  

  1. Muthyala Jalapatham Waterfalls (Details written above)
  2. Bogatha Waterfalls 

 

 Warangal entry  :) IMG_20180915_084026.jpg.ad8f87f1e92f6865fc46212959dc9d4a.jpg

 1000 Pillar Temple IMG_20180915_101423.jpg.b68aaa33a5c40f8f129ea964dcb6c1e3.jpg

Bhadrakali Temple

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Bhadrakali Lake

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Warangal Fort : Not sure why this is called as Fort.It looks like a park with collection of ancient stones.

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Ramappa Lake

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Ramappa Temple
 


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Laknavaram Lake

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Tadvai Forest 

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Sri Hemachala Laxmi Narsimha Swamy Devalayam (Malluru,Mulugu Mandal) 

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Mutyala Jalapatham or mutyam dhara or Veerabadhram Waterfalls

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Bogatha Waterfalls

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I am not able to upload Videos, will try to share in Whats app Group or please suggest me how to upload the video.

It will show clear picture of forest and road condition and waterfalls.

 

Thanking one and all for reading

My Respects & Best Regards

Anand Singh

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10 hours ago, Anand Singh said:

Thanking one and all for reading

 

Fantastic report Anand,

Looks like your trip is very adventurous. 

 

I would like to visit this place during next monsoon. 

Loved the pictures/details you shared.

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Superb info,

Hats of to you.
I love all the details, images and the info, you posted here, very helpful.

Only Mutyala Jalapatham or Mutyam dhara or Veerabadhram.

Waterfalls is pending from my list in this area as it's recently found.
It's in my top of list to visit next week during Dussera day.

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Wonderful travelogue @Anand Singh.. Great way of portraying the whole trip. Another new place to explore now. Thanx much for sharing this :) 

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Brilliant work @Anand Singh. Great composition of the whole trip.. Looks like a proper guide to tour these places. I guess, Muthyala dhara is going to be in full flow during the monsoon and I doubt if the trek route would be feasible enough for us to reach this place during that season.. Keep it coming and we are waiting for more of what you have travelled :) 

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On 10/10/2018 at 12:34 PM, sahil said:

during Dussera day.

 

I think water flow will go down drastically.

Best time to visit is during monsoon.

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On 10/10/2018 at 1:28 AM, Anand Singh said:

After Parking Tractor,

 

lovely report brother.

Can drive down 4x4 vehicles, Is it completely a tractor territory?

 

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On 10/10/2018 at 2:17 AM, Ranger said:

 

Fantastic report Anand,

Looks like your trip is very adventurous. 

 

I would like to visit this place during next monsoon. 

Loved the pictures/details you shared.

Thank you so much @Ranger. Yes, trip was very adventurous.

 

It will be beautiful to visit when their are heavy rains and Should carry umbrella or rain coat. 

I know some local people their, so i can help you with their contact numbers when ever you want to visit. 

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On 10/10/2018 at 3:04 AM, sahil said:

Superb info,

Hats of to you.
I love all the details, images and the info, you posted here, very helpful.

Only Mutyala Jalapatham or Mutyam dhara or Veerabadhram.

Waterfalls is pending from my list in this area as it's recently found.
It's in my top of list to visit next week during Dussera day.

Thanks a ton @sahil . Now the water flow is very less  but still you can enjoy the trekking in forest and nature beauty.

 

If their is less water flow still you can enjoy a lot in a big pond like swimming pool which is around 70+feet depth and clear water.  

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On 10/10/2018 at 11:22 PM, sagar said:

Brilliant work @Anand Singh. Great composition of the whole trip.. Looks like a proper guide to tour these places. I guess, Muthyala dhara is going to be in full flow during the monsoon and I doubt if the trek route would be feasible enough for us to reach this place during that season.. Keep it coming and we are waiting for more of what you have travelled :) 

 

Many Thanks @sagar. Route to the waterfalls in Monsoon season will be terrible and with loads of fun too :) .

Nature at it's best. 

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On 10/11/2018 at 6:27 AM, karthik said:

lovely report brother.

Can drive down 4x4 vehicles, Is it completely a tractor territory?

 

 

Up to some extent we can drive 4x4 Vehicles. Trekking or walking in the forest is the best route to reach waterfalls. One of the most frustrating incidents that commonly happen to drivers is when we unexpectedly get stuck in a puddle of mud or sand :) .

 

 

I was in Tractor and stone was hitting to the bumpers of tractor.See the below Pic.

 

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Thanks a ton [mention=1121]sahil[/mention] . Now the water flow is very less  but still you can enjoy the trekking in forest and nature beauty.
 
If their is less water flow still you can enjoy a lot in a big pond like swimming pool which is around 70+feet depth and clear water.  
Did u visit recently?

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Gratitude:
At the very beginning I would like to offer my sincere thanks to Admin and all other people from forum who provide valuable inputs in finalising the whole journey . I would like to Appreciate their quick responses and inputs to complete the trips. 
 
Dream:
There is only one thing that comes close to my passion for cars, my love for travel. I dream of covering every nook and cranny of this country, by road. Being a frequent reader of India-Drive Team travelogues, I hope to write about my dream road trip to the Himalayas someday. I am one of lurkers on the forum here and I enjoy reading the travelogues the most. 
 
About Water falls:
Note: I have copied some lines from google search and I have added some lines by my own.Please excuse Typo Error..
 
Mutyala Jalapatham or mutyam dhara or Veerabadhram Waterfalls is located near venkatapuram mandal.it is a hidden waterfall recently explored by locals.
 
Unknown to many, this will be the country’s third highest waterfall could be hidden away in a remote corner of Jayashankar Bhupalpally district. 

According to Dr Dyavanapalli Satyanarayana, explorer, the water falls from an estimated 700 feet at Gaddalasari. If confirmed, this could be India’s third highest after the Nohkalikai falls (1,100 feet in Meghalaya) and Jog falls (Karnataka, 830 feet).
 
The waterfall can be reached after walking 9-11 km (to reach waterfalls)from village Veerabadravaram. There is no proper road leading to the spot.

“The waterfall height can be some 700 feet. If it is confirmed by taking measurements, it can be on par with the highest waterfalls of India,”
“It is so high that the water does not fall to the ground directly. The flow of water is affected by the wind so that it appears like a long snake,”

 
Forest Walk and Trek along streams (Total around 20kms of Walk in forest )
Open to Anyone who is an outdoor enthusiast expecting no luxury/comfort and can adjust with basic amenities.
Trek will be little difficult in water due to slippery surface and uneven stones.

 
Route: 
Before 6Kms from Bogatha Waterfalls you will find a Right turn to Venkatapuram  Village 
 
From Highway to Venkatapuram village, it is around 20Kms and from their drive Exactly 5Kms. 
 
You will find one small village, can ask any local people about the waterfalls Mutyala Jalapatham or mutyam dhara or Veerabadhram Waterfalls. 
 
For simple route from highway take road to venkatapuram village,
go straight till 25.3Kms and you will find small sign board of waterfalls on your left.(Can confirm from local people)  
Road condition is very good till Venkatapuram village.
 
Lucky:
I never expected i am having this much luck, I parked my car near one small hut and started walking into Forest to reach Waterfalls.
 
We moved around .05 KM into forest and finally we got a lift to waterfalls by some local people who also came to visit the falls.
 
Only Tractors  can go into that forest road, muddy road with full ground clearance .
It took us 1 Hour 30 mins to reach  waterfalls.
 
After Parking Tractor,
we walked around 1KM to reach Waterfalls as even tractor cannot go beyond that Point.
 
Safety: 
4 Wheeler can be parked near the road or talk to any shopkeeper and pay him some money for keeping eye on our vehicle. 
 
We cannot take our 4 Wheeler on the waterfalls road as there are very big stones or Muddy area. 
 
I would suggest to go in a group as this place is very lonely and you can also take any local people as guide if you need. 
 
2 Wheeler can go to some extent around 3-5 KMS depends on driving.
Phone signals are not available once you start walking into the forest.
Only BSNL network will work.
 
Water depth is expected as 70+ Feet, for enjoying take tyre tube.
 
Places to Stay: 
  1. Laknavaram Lake – 4 Cottages & Couple of rooms available, we have to do advance booking.
  2. Tadvai Forest Camp : 6 Cottages available, We have to do advance booking. 
 
If you are not able to book any cottages or rooms in the above mention place, then you will find one lodge in Mulugu Town(Warangal) AC & non AC.
From Mulugu – Laknavaram Lake is 20kms approximately 
From Laknawaram Lake - Tadvai Huts is 30Kms approximately 
 
Route: 
Hyderabad – Warangal – Mulugu – Laknawaram – Tadvai – Venkatapuram village – Muthayal Jalapatham
Hyderabad – Warangal – Mulugu – Laknawaram – Tadvai – Bogathawaterfalls
 
Places covered: 
  1. 1000 Pillar temple.
  2. Bhadrakali Temple.
  3. Ramappa Temple or Ramalingeswara temple 
       Note: Haritha Tourism is constructing new cottages with Lake view and will be mostly open for public soon(no confirmation). If people are not able to get accommodation in Laknavaram Lake or Tadavi Forest Cottages, they can book  here in Ramappa Temple. 
  1. Laknavaram Lake
  2. Sri Hemachala Laxmi Narsimha Swamy Devalayam (Malluru,Mulugu Mandal) 
About Temple: Malluru famous for Sri Ugra Narasimha Swamy temple, is located app 90 Km from Bhadrachalam(famous Sri Rama Shrine in south India) and app 130KM from Warangal City. This temple has many specialities, the height of mollaviraat Sri Narasimha Swamy is upto 10 feet. It is located in the midst of forest. The Belly part of Moolavirat idol is soft as human skin.The dwjasthambha here at the temple is nearly 60 feet in height.
There is a rock formed Ugra Anjaneya Swamy Statue near to the temple. There is a continuous water flow near the temple, which flows from the top of the hills.
No one knows from where the waters flows and the water flow is always same through out the year and continues same.  
  1. Muthyala Jalapatham Waterfalls (Details written above)
  2. Bogatha Waterfalls 
 
 Warangal entry   IMG_20180915_084026.jpg.ad8f87f1e92f6865fc46212959dc9d4a.jpg
 1000 Pillar Temple IMG_20180915_101423.jpg.b68aaa33a5c40f8f129ea964dcb6c1e3.jpg
Bhadrakali Temple
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Bhadrakali Lake
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Warangal Fort : Not sure why this is called as Fort.It looks like a park with collection of ancient stones.
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Ramappa Lake
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Ramappa Temple
 

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Laknavaram Lake
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Tadvai Forest 
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Sri Hemachala Laxmi Narsimha Swamy Devalayam (Malluru,Mulugu Mandal) 

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Mutyala Jalapatham or mutyam dhara or Veerabadhram Waterfalls
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Bogatha Waterfalls
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I am not able to upload Videos, will try to share in Whats app Group or please suggest me how to upload the video.
It will show clear picture of forest and road condition and waterfalls.
 
Thanking one and all for reading
My Respects & Best Regards
Anand Singh
Thanks Anand Singh for sharing about the trip with precise detailing. Appreciate your interests n patience to write without missing any update.
While reading your post I became emotional as we use to visit frequently to Warangal, Mulugu, Ramappa, Pakala, Bhupalpally (stayed at the Forest guesthouse built by Dad in 1980s), Tadvai (the guest house huts were burnt n now reconstructed), Mahadevpur, etc.
Thanks again for the efforts to share.
Regards.
Prashant K Mathur

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On 10/17/2018 at 9:23 PM, sahil said:
On 10/17/2018 at 3:30 PM, Anand Singh said:
Thanks a ton [mention=1121]sahil[/mention] . Now the water flow is very less  but still you can enjoy the trekking in forest and nature beauty.
 
If their is less water flow still you can enjoy a lot in a big pond like swimming pool which is around 70+feet depth and clear water.  

Did u visit recently?

 Yes, I was their on Sep 30th 2018.

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13 hours ago, Prashant said:

Thanks Anand Singh for sharing about the trip with precise detailing. Appreciate your interests n patience to write without missing any update.
While reading your post I became emotional as we use to visit frequently to Warangal, Mulugu, Ramappa, Pakala, Bhupalpally (stayed at the Forest guesthouse built by Dad in 1980s), Tadvai (the guest house huts were burnt n now reconstructed), Mahadevpur, etc.
Thanks again for the efforts to share.
Regards.
Prashant K Mathur

Many Thanks @Prashant

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