The Wardha River joins Wainganga near Kouthala and forms the Pranhita. The river then flows up to Sironcha before it empties into the Godavari River,near Sironcha in Maharashtra. Taken along with the basins of Wardha and Penganga, the river drains an area of 109,078 km2, emptying into the Godavari and providing almost 40% of Godavari's total flow. The River course is mainly through the dense forests which are rich in teak. (timber).
Water Transport : The River is used for water transport between Sironcha(MH) and Kaleswaram(AP).