It is the main river in the South of Chhattisgarh and can be said as the chief assistant of Godavari river. It originates from the Kalahandi Plateau of Odisha state. Spanning a distance of about 370 km and crossing Bastar, Dantewada and Bijapur districts of Chhattisgarh, it merges into Godavari. Since it is the longest and the biggest river in the South of Chhattisgarh, it has one of the most beautiful river trails in the region, covering forests, national parks, tribal lands and untouched areas. Indravati river forms one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Central India, Chitrakoot waterfalls, located around 75 km from Dantewada city. In Dantewada district, it forms Sath Dhar waterfall and provides scenic and ideal picnic locations at Muchnar and Chindnar.