It is situated in Bhamragad Taluka. Binagunda-Kuokodi are historical villages. They find place in survey of India map. These are located in Abujmad, The tribe living in this area are called Bada Madias. It is a cluster of 6-7 villages with around 140 families. To reach the village Binagunda, we have to go to Aheri-Allapalli-Bhamragad-Laheri and then Binagunda-Kuokodi. The distance is about 210 km from headquarters Gadchiroli and also from Chandrapur. This cluster is almost cut off for 8 months. The BILT makes the road motorable for their purpose to extract and transport bamboos. The primitive tribes earn livelihood on the wages earned through bamboo cutting and the tendu patta collection. They used to do shifting cultivation. Their existence is mainly on forest. They are away and ignorant of the normal rural life of plain area.
It is famous for it’s waterfall, INDRAS FALL. Binagunda is 40 kms east away from it’s Taluka place, Bhamragad. It is situated on the border of Maharashtra & Chattisgad states surrounded by hill vally of Abuzmad on the west. The fall crosses journey of 6 hills & falls at Binagunda throughout the year. 4 kms away Kuvvakodi is located on the hill top.
Favourable Season for visit : Complete Year (Difficult to reach in Rainy season)