Amritdhara Waterfall is a natural waterfall in the Koriya district of the Indian state of Chhattisgarh. Its source is the Hasdeo River, which is a tributary of the Mahanadi. The drop is 50 kilometres from Chirmiri and 30 kilometres from Manendragarh. The Amritdhara Falls is conveniently located on NH 43 between Manendragarh and Baikunthpur. The Amritdhara Waterfall, located in Koriya, Chhattisgarh which is also known for its auspicious Shiva temple. Every year, a well-known mela is held near the place. In 1936, Ramanuj Pratap Singh Judeo, the King of Koriya State, founded this mela. The fair takes place during the Mahashiv Ratri festival, and lakhs of devotees flock to the venue.
The surrounding area is also a popular picnic spot, especially for families. Every visitor is enchanted by the beauty of the site, which entices them to return again and again.