Ghagri” or “Ghagh” in local rural parlance means water falls. Here, the water of the overflowing dam makes a splash within a low valley, resulting into small water fall. The waterfalls from between the Gaaritaam and Ghagri hills on either sides. One may thus also enjoy trekking along the water spring. In the days of erstwhile British Raj and days of Zamindari. The site was locally called “Bhainsborwa” where buffaloes from large farm houses enjoyed bath in summer. The tall trees of chir pine and Sakhua add to the lush greenery. Not too far away are the famous nashpati orchards that stretch for acres. Watching the stooping boughs heavily laden with fruits in the months of June-July are sights to behold. The much in demand Nakh Nashpati are aslo cultivated here. To add to them, guavas too extensively grown in these orchards. The fruits are sent as far as the West-Bengal.