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A Trip to Guna

I had been to Guna by train in the month of September 2016. Guna is a must-visit attraction in the tourism circuit of Madhya Pradesh. The must-visit attractions around Guna include the Bajrangarh Fort and Jain Temple. The Bajrangarh Fort is located 8 kilometers south-west of Guna. The fort stands at an altitude of 92 metres. The fort was built by the Marathas probably in the year 1775. The Jain temple was built in AD 1236 and a few red stone idols of Jain Thirthankars were installed in it. It was erected by a saint called Pada Shah.

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Emmanuel Murray

Emmanuel Murray3.6/5

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Small Town but nice place

Guna is an agriculture economy, and my visit was in that connection. Though a small town, the hotel The Sara is a great place to stay. There are some tourist places I was told, but our visits were to the Agriculture Producer Companies . May not feature on any tourist itinerary, but understand some wildlife Tours can be done from Guna,

Guna Overview

Located on the northern -eastern part of Malwa Plateau, Guna is a district in Madhya Pradesh. The administrative headquarters of this district is based at Guna city, which is located on the banks of Parbati River. Spread over an area of 6485 sq. km, the district is divided into five tehsils, namely Bamori, Guna, Raghogarh, Chanchoda and Aron.

The district of Guna shares is boundary with Shivpuri District in north-east and Vidisha District in south-east. Jhalawar and Baran districts of Rajasthan state surrounds the Guna district from west and north-west, respectively. From the east, the district is bounded by Ashoknagar District and from the south-west by Rajgarh District.

The Sindh River flows along the eastern edge of the district, while the Parbati River flows towards the southern part. During the ancient times, Guna was part of Avanti Kingdom, which was founded by Chand Pradyota Mahesena. Later, Guna was added to the growing empire of Magadha.

Maratha leader, Ramoji Rao Scindia, conquered Guna in early 18th century along with some part of the Kingdom of Gwalior. This district was under the administration of Kingdom's Isagarh District. On 28 May 1948, Guna became part of the new state of Madhya Bharat, which was merged into Madhya Pradesh state on November 1, 1956.

Major attractions of the district are the Chambal Garden, Brij Vilas Palace and the Maharao Madho Singh Museum. Panchmukhi Hanuman Ashram in Guna city is the most significant religious place in the entire district. Raja Bhoj International Airport is the nearest airport from the district. This airport is served by direct flights from Ahmedabad, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Indore, Mumbai and Raipur.

Guna Railway Station, which is situated on Kota-Bina rail route, is the main railway station serving the district. This station serves trains from Kota, Bina, Ujjain, Indore and Gwalior. Situated on the Agra-Mumbai National Highway (NH-3), Guna Bus Station is the main bus station serving the district. Buses from Shivpuri, Vidisha, Bhopal, Rajgarh, Jhalawar and Kota regularly ply to this station. The best time to visit Guna is from November through February.

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