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Beautiful waterfalls

VIKAS S. KHATRI


The Department of Posts has issued a set of four commemorative stamps on the waterfalls of India.

The first stamp depicts the Athirapally waterfalls on the fringes of the Sholayar forest in Kerala.

The second is the the Jog or Gerusoppa falls in the northwest of Shimoga city in Karnataka.

Kempty falls is located about 15 km from Mussoorie on the Mussoorie-Yamonotri road in Uttaranchal.

The Kakolat falls is located about 33.6 km from Nawada on the Ranchi road in Bihar.

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