The Chachai Falls are located in the Rewa district of the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. The height of the falls is a whopping 130 meters, making them the 23rd highest waterfalls in India. They are created by the River Bihad, a tributary of the River Tamsa or Tons, as it is popularly known as. The Chachai falls are a classic example of a nick point, which is caused by rejuvenation. Knick or nick point or casually called as just ‘nick’ is the break in the slopes of the waterfall. The break results in the vertical fall of water, creating a cascade. These falls have a unique water formation.
The Chachai falls are the 2nd highest falls in the state of MP. The River Bihad plummets down the Rewa plateau in the form of Chachai Falls. The flow of the river, however, has been reduced by the creation of a dam, for generating electricity for the state and providing irrigation facilities around the falls. The Chachai falls are located at a distance of 46 kilometers from Rewa district. These falls are a part of the Chitrakoot Hills of Kaimur mountain range. Rewa district is famous for its delicious mangoes, roaring white tigers and circling Egyptian vultures around the Chachai Falls.