Chitrakote Waterfall

Chitrakote Waterfall

in Video
Published on: 17 June 2019

Anzaar Nabi

Anzaar Nabi has been involved in the photography industry for 18 years and active in video documentation for the past 2 years. Born in Bastar, a tribal region in Chhattisgarh, his interest rose in nature photography several years ago. Enjoying the wide variety of subjects that nature provides, his personal conviction is in preserving the beauty of nature.

Turning his "passion into profession", he has worked with the district administration of many districts of Chhattisgarh to bring out the developmental initiatives through his documentation.

Chhattisgarh, 2019

Chitrakote is amongst the most popular waterfalls of Chhattisgarh and India. It is formed from the river Indravati, which falls from the west of Jagdalpur in the villages of Chitrakote and Tirtha in the form of a huge waterfall. Because of its unparalleled range Chitrakote is often alluded to the Niagara falls. Chitrakote with its beautiful landscape and several old shrines has become a popular tourist attraction in Chhattisgarh. 


This content has been created as part of a project commissioned by the Directorate of Culture and archaeology, Government of Chhattisgarh to document the cultural and natural heritage of the state of Chhattisgarh.