The Chitrakoot is a waterfall located near Jagdalpur, in the Indian state of
Chhattisgarh. This river is a tributary of the Godavari River. Chitrakoot
waterfall is the largest waterfall in India. The height of the falls is 100
feet. The breadth of the waterfall varies as the water level in the river
changes drastically. However during a monsoon, the river flow touches both the
banks of the river, and is filled with silt. During monsoon the waterfall turns
wild and violent In contrast, during summer the water carries no silt and looks
different. The area around the falls is largely forested.. Chitrakoot waterfall
is best seen during and after the monsoon, between July and October.
People can spend hours just sitting here and enjoying the scenic beauty of
the place. The loud noise during monsoon is breathtaking. During the rains, this
waterfall widens upto 150 meters. During the rainy seasons, people don't visit
this waterfall, owing to its extreme form. But once, the winter season arrives,
the water becomes lighter, and the atmosphere here is worth seeing.
The first time visitors are sure to fall in love with this place and they
just can’t have enough in just one visit. If you want to enjoy the wildness of
the waterfall then July to the month of October would be the best time, the
waterfalls of Chitrakoot attain its best phase and widens up to 150 meter. But
if you want to enjoy the calm white waterfall then best time to visit is during
the winters which start from October to February.