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Dudhsagar Waterfall Goa

The Dudh Sagar waterfall is located in the Indian state of Goa in Sanguem Taluka. It is located 60 kms from the capital city of Panaji and is well connected with Panjim and Margao through a network of railways and highways. Dudhsagar is still accessible through buses and taxis can be taken from Panaji city.

Located on the high peaks of the Western Ghats, Dudh Sagar waterfalls offer unsurpassed beauty and incredible scenery filled with exquisite charm, when in full flow after the monsoon rains. As an idyllic paradise luxury cradled in the mountains, waterfalls Dudh Sagar, which from afar looks like milk flows gradually climax in a waterfall that flows as they enter the view of spectators.

Dudhsagar literally means the ocean of milk. This is one of the most attractive Goa and ideal picnic which offers mostly natural beauty and charisma, amazing scenery, when in full after the monsoon. The waterfall appears initially as milk flow streams of the mountain that would later culminate in the waterfalls that comes after they leave sight of the visitors impressed. It is perched on the heights of the Western Ghats and falls from a height of 603 meters. Divine intervention in the origin of these drops of water, add a mystical significance to Dudhsagar, almost like a dream come true. Even the words are less to describe this super charisma mythical fascination is almost similar to a second Eden luxury cradled in the mountains.

There is a myth associated with waterfalls Dudh Sager. Years ago there lived a rich and powerful king on top of a mountain in the Western Ghats along the border of Goa. He lived in a palace of pure ivory and encrusted with precious stones. Near the palace, had lush gardens that abound in a variety of flowers. at one end of the woods that bordered the king's palace, there was a picturesque lake. On the terrace overlooking the lake, the daughter of the king, accompanied by her maids of honor, went to bathe and drink the milk sugar that one of her maids served to her in a pot of gold. one day as I was drinking milk, a prince, who was passing by, stopped at the sound of people nearby. Immediately, the princess poured the milk in the tank to protect your body from the gaze of strangers. It is believed that sweetened milk that was spilled by the virtuous and modest princess still comes flowing in torrents along that side of the mountain

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