Here, the wild torrents of the locally flowing rivulet Jamunia, gurgles down in playful mirth and mischief across the rocks that have the natural terrain of steps. It tumbles down from fairly a low height of about 10 metres. However, the beauty of the waterfalls lies in its cascading effect, over the rocks. Located barely 15 kms from the town, site is ideal for picnic revellers, who throng here during Christmas and New Year. However, it is also a retreat for those wanting to rejuvenate themselves from the mundane humdrums in solitude. It can be reached from the Dhanbad-Bokaro Road (NH-32) about 25 kms from the railway station. The road goes 12 kms inwards from Putki More, taking you to the site.
Named after, Mai-ka-sthan or abode-of-the-mother, from the temple of Kalyan ...Read More