Bogatha Waterfall
Bogatha Waterfall is located in Telangana
Bogatha Waterfall
Locationcheekupally, vajedu, Mulugu district, Telangana
Coordinates18°28′34″N 80°30′00″E / 18.476135°N 80.500027°E / 18.476135; 80.500027

Bogatha[1] Waterfall is a waterfall located on the Cheekupally stream, Wazeedu Mandal, Mulugu district, Telangana.[2] [3] It is located 120 kilometers (75 mi) from Bhadrachalam, 90 kilometers (56 mi) from Mulugu and 140 kilometers (87 mi) from Warangal. The newly constructed Eturnagaram bridge on National Highway 163 reduced the travelling distance to Hyderabad from 440 kilometers (270 mi) to 329 kilometers (204 mi).

Of the waterfalls in Mulugu District, Telangana state, it is the second largest waterfall in the Telangana region.[2]


Even though water flows throughout the year, a good time to visit is between June and November (after the monsoon), when the most water flows.[2] There is no road facility, so visitors have to trek for some distance to reach the waterfall.[2]

Bogatha is colloquially called as "the Telangana Niagara" and "Telangana Niagara jalapatham".[2][4] its a nice scenery to go and visit there is a well maintained park and tower to see around

See also


  1. ^ "COVID-19: Warangal to reopen tourist spots from October 1 as Telangana eases lockdown norms - The New Indian Express". Retrieved 2 March 2021.
  2. ^ a b c d e "Bogatha waterfalls: The Telangana Niagara".[permanent dead link]
  3. ^ "Breathtaking view Bogatha waterfalls".
  4. ^ "Telangana Nayagara Waterfalls -- Most Beautiful 'Bogatha Waterfall' at Vajedu in Khammam District". YouTube. Retrieved 5 January 2019.