A stream of clear water is rolling down the hill, from 150 to 180 feet above. The murmur of the current flowing from the lonely hill is floating all around. The eye-catching sightseeing resort is Hum Hum Falls or Cheetah Falls. In the late 2010s, a group of tourists discovered this beautiful waterfall in the depths of the Rajkandi reserve forest in Kamalganj Upazila of Moulvibazar district.
Chita Jharna, or Hamham Jharna, is located in Kamalganj Upazila of Moulvibazar. The waterfall is located in the hilly area of Kurma forest bit in the Rajkandi forest reserve, about 36 km east-south of Kamalganj Upazila headquarters. Herbs, shrubs, bamboo forests, flowers and fruit trees have guarded this waterfall with the utmost affection. However, there is disagreement about its name and height. The locals call it ‘Hamham Jhorna’. Some call it ‘hammam’, others call it hammam. It is located on the zero line of the Kamalpur border in the Indian state of Tripura.