The Patalpani waterfall located in Indore, Madhya Pradesh. The height of this waterfall is approximately 300 feet, making it one of the most dangerous water fall in India. The area around the waterfall is a popular picnic and a trekking spot. There are popular tales about the falls which say that the pit at the bottom of the fall goes as deep as the patal, giving it the name Patal-Pani. During the monsoons, the area is prone to flash floods thus making it highly risky. In 2011, around 50 visitors were having a picnic around the area. The water levels of the stream were rising rapidly. While crossing the stream 5 of the visitors could not move to a safe spot in time and were washed away with the sudden gush of water, out of which only 2 of them managed to survive. The Patalpani waters are a delight to see in all their might and glory. The travellers are advised to exercise precaution during their tour of the falls.