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Sangrampunji Waterfall is a waterfall in Goainghat Upazila of Sylhet District, Sylhet Division, Bangladesh. Jaflong is about 1 km from Zero Point at the foothills of the Khasia-Jainta Hills near the Meghalaya border in India, 62 km northeast of Sylhet city. Sangrampunji Falls is located in the west. Here the combination of mountains, waterfalls and rivers make the place attractive to tourists.

The waterfall is located in Jaflong, a tourist area bordering Sylhet, Bangladesh. On the other side is the hill range of Dawki region of India.

Jaflong has 5 Khasiapunjis including Balla, Sangrampunji, Nakshyapunji, Lamapunji and Pratappur. According to the census, 1,953 Khasia tribes live in Jaflong. As the waterfall is located in Sangrampunji, it is popularly known as Sangrampunji waterfall.

In the 1980s, the construction of the 55-km road between Sylhet and Jaflong established road connectivity with the area from all other parts of the country. By road, the distance from Sylhet Sadar to Jaflong is 56 km.
Sangrampunji has to be crossed by boat on the Payain River located at the Jaflong Zero Point. During the rainy season, the boat travels up to the waterfall, but in the dry season, you can get off the boat and walk for 10-15 minutes to reach the Sangrampunji waterfall.

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