About Beadon Bishop View Point
At a distance of 5 km from Shillong Bus Stand, Bishop and Beadon Falls are twin waterfalls located at Suna Valley of Shillong in Meghalaya. Situated on NH-40 at Mawprem, these are the high-quality waterfalls in Meghalaya and the various enthralling places to go to in Shillong. With a peak of 135 meters, Bishop Waterfalls is a 3 tiered fall fashioned by using the river Umshyrphi. The Bishop Falls is pretty popular because the cascading water looks like a white ribbon, flowing down from the hill.
It is regarded as one of the maximum waterfalls in India. The Beadon Falls is called the twin brother of the Bishop Falls as both rush down the same steep slope alongside Meghalaya's East Khasi Hills within a short distance from every other and may be considered from the viewpoint throughout a deep ravine at Mawlai. Unlike different waterfalls in Shillong, the Beadon falls is long and slender, falling from a top of approximately a hundred feet into Umiam River.
Its flow is obstructed by using darkish coloured rocks and heavy inexperienced plants on its path. Though the falls are disjointed, it is breathtakingly quite. With emerald inexperienced hill, large rocky formations and forested with special styles of flowers, the waterfall gives the stunning perspectives which makes it a famous picnic spot for each locals and vacationers. Try to avoid morning go to to the waterfalls as the climate might be hazy. There is a hydroelectric powerhouse too works at the base of Bishop Fall.