Keonti Waterfalls is located at Lalgaon at a distance of 40 km from the main city of Rewa. The waterfalls is considered as the 24th highest waterfalls in the entire India. The falls has a rich scenic beauty that attracts a lot of tourists all through the year.
The main source of water for the falls is the Mahana River, which is considered as an important tributary of the Tamsa River. The falls has a height of 98 meters. It is true that the falls is considered as a segmented type of a waterfall with a single drop. The falls is one of the finest examples of a nick point that is caused by the rejuvenation.
There are many locals who consider the place to be sacred and they perform rituals on the edge of the waterfalls every morning. The water is needed for irrigation and agricultural purposes and it is even used as drinking water.