Around 70 people were rescued near Khuniya Mahadev waterfall in Pavagadh, western India on Sunday (August 23) after severe flooding hit the area.
Local police conducted the rescue operation after the group, most of whom were tourists, became stranded when water level started to rise.
The Unesco-declared World Heritage Site had witnessed an influx of tourists over the weekend due to pleasant weather.
“When we received the message that 70 people were stuck due to the gushing waters. I informed the disaster management branch for help and reached the spot along with other cops and a rope,” said sub-inspector P.N. Singh of Pavagadh Police Station.