The Chitrakoot Falls is situated on the Indravati River. The stream starts in the kalahandi district of Orissa, in the Vindhya Range of slopes, streams westbound and after that structures a fall at Chitrakoot, enters Andhra Pradesh lastly streams into the Godai River, in the wake of crossing 240 miles 390 km in the state, at Bhadrakali. The free drop of the falls is a sheer stature of around 30 meters 98 ft. It is situated at a separation of 38 kilometers 24 mi toward the west of Jagadlpur. In light of its horseshoe shape, it is contrasted and the Niagara Falls and is given the sobriquet 'the Small Niagara Falls'. Amid the stormy season, from July and October, rainbows are made with sun beams pondering fog from the cascade.
On the left bank of the Chitakoot Falls, a little Hindu place of worship committed to the god Shiva and a few normally made caves named "Parvati holes" named after Shiva's significant other Parvati are found. The climate in the region is by and large charming with the exception of in the late spring season when it is hot because of nonappearance of vegetation in the territory. The stream streams languidly on the upstream side of the falls because of its winding nature as it depletes through the fields of Jagadalpur. This span of the waterway valley has next to no backwoods cover. Beneath the falls the waterway crosses the Bodhghat forested zone and the stream administration experiences uncommon change in its stream conditions. Air circulation process and the woods in the downstream territory channels the residue in the waterway.