The beautiful waterfall, also known as Matsya Tirtha falls from a height of 175 meters. A hydroelectric project with its winch developed in the middle of deep greenery is a place forpleasure.Three KMs away from Duduma waterfall, a small village of Ankadeli draws the attentionof foreign tourists to its weekly markets on Thursdays where the most (very simple/from a time very long ago) tribe the Bondas, come from the remote, (unable to be used or understood) denseforest.Jolaput is known for its newly built dam holding tank (or area). The lake formed by the damis 68.2 Sq. Kms. Its a picnic spot, 88 Kms from Koraput.
It is 165 Mts. from Visakhapatnam on the river Machkund are the biggest water falls of AndhraPradesh. The water is (changed to flow or route differently) into the Machkund holding tank (or area) and the over flow (after that) run throught a caryon. The Dumduma Falls on the RiverMachhakunda is one of the most popular tourist spot in Orissa. The Dumduma Falls is alsoknown as the Matsya Tirtha and it is the site of the famous Machhakund Hydro-Electric Project. The Dumduma Falls in the Eastern Ghats drops from a height of about 157 meters and isseparated and labeled as a horsetail falls.
(act of asking questions and trying to find the truth about something) and research on theDumduma Falls began in the year 1941 when the plan for creating hydro-electric power waschalked out. It was around the year 1946, that the big plan/layout/dishonest plan was used. 104cfs are drawn from the Dumduma hydro electrical plant which hints at the fact that that thiswaterfall in Orissa is still very active.