Chorati village is situated close to the Nagpur-Brahmapuri road in Brahmapuri taluka of Chandrapur District. The Adyaal Tekdi bus stop is 4 km away from the village. It is an Adarsh Gaon (ideal village), where villagers are involved in various activities along with conservation practises, making the village self-sufficient to some extent.
The forest surrounding the village is dry and moist deciduous, supporting rich floral diversity. Some of the commonly found trees are teak, ain, beheda, tendu, anjan, jambhul, moha or mahua, etc. Among the major animals found here are tiger, leopard, leopard cat, sambar, spotted deer, barking deer, blacknaped hare, wild dogs or dhole and common mongoose. The total area under conservation is 560 ha.
Many communities like the Hindus, Buddhists and Adivasis (tribals) inhabit the village, which has a total of 175 households. The total population of the village is 1030. The total livestock population is 700, with 400 cattle, 200 sheep and 100 buffaloes.