Jogni Waterfall - Manali

Jogni’s are the Goddess who lives in mountains and it is also said that Goddess Jogni operates all activities related to nature like drought, rain, earthquake, flood etc. This waterfall is dedicated to Goddess Jogni. Temples and shrine of Jogni are also found in other parts of Himalayas.



Local villagers still follows their rites and on special occasion they come here and offer prayers to Goddess Jogni and perform rituals. They prepare food near temple premises and eat food on stone plates.



It is clearly written on sign board near temple that this is Sanctum of Goddess Jogni and it is totally silent zone, hence shouting, yelling, and digging of soil and even entry with leather shoes are strictly prohibited here. Even the flowing water, each and every stone and boulder under and around waterfall is scared. This is a meditation area and you can find lots of people meditating here.



Few year back mini Hydro project on Jogni waterfall also faces religious protest by thousand of local residents. And currently construction work is of project is closed due to heavy protest.

Now days Jogni fall is not only a meditation area but also a favourite short trek for young generation. Not only domestic tourists but number of foreign tourist visits this holy place every year. One can reach this beautiful waterfall from Vashisht Village or from Bhang Village which are hardly 3 km from Manali.



So please maintain the sanctity of the place while you visit this holy waterfall.
Jogni Waterfall - Manali Jogni Waterfall - Manali Reviewed by manali - himachal pradesh on 08:02:00 Rating: 5

19 comments

  1. Beautiful Nature ! Nice place to visit at least once.

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    1. Yes sure Yogi Saraswat Ji always welcome, these are the places which are mostly missed by maximum visitors.

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  2. Great to know about this holy waterfall. Beautiful pictures :)

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    1. Thanks Purba Chakraborty Ji, Himalayas are full of such tales.

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  3. Not very touristy yet... good about that.

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    1. Yes Indrani Ji otherwise crowd spoils the place.

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  4. Beautiful nature well captured!Informative write-up.

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  5. Beautiful water falls. I like that small temple.

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  6. Zdjęcia bardzo ciekawe, ale bez translatora nie jestem w stanie zrozumieć, co napisałeś.

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    1. Sorry for inconvenience, now translator is there and thanks for visiting my site.

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    2. Dziękuję za translatora, bo teraz już wiem, o czym napisałeś.
      Pozdrawiam.

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  7. These are some amazing sights! That waterfall is just fabulous!

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    1. Thanks for visiting my site. Good day to you.

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  8. Wow! The water falls are very beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thanks for visiting my blog and really the waterfall is very beautiful.

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