The Purna River is a river of Western India. It is one of the chief tributaries of Tapti river and empties in it at Changdev in Jalgaon, Maharashta.
A panorama of Purna River,Dhupeshwar, Malkapur
. Purna is the main water source for Malkapur
It rises in the eastern Satpura Range of southern Madhya Pradesh state, and flows westward, draining Maharashtra's Marathwada, Vidarbha region before emptying into the Tapti River.
The watershed lies mostly in eastern Vidarbha region of Maharashtra state and is nearly 18,929 km².
It originates in Pokharni Village which is 2 km away from Bhainsdehi. Bhainsdehi is a thasil place in Betul district Madhya Pradesh adjoining Amravati district of Maharashtra and flows through Akola, Buldhana, and Jalgaon districts. Total length of Purna River is 334 km.
The word purna means complete in Sanskrit. Purna River was also called as Payoshni or Paisani. It is Sanskrit word meaning ambrosia. There are other rivers too, viz. Khadakpurna, Katepurna, referred to as Purna.
River Basin and Tributaries 
Bridge on Purna river joining two regions in Mahashtra i.e. Vidarbha and Khandesh
Here are the Purna river , with their tributaries
See also