Guna, Madhya Pradesh
Guna the gateway of Malwa & Chambal is located on the northern -eastern part of Malwa Platue between river Parbati and Betwa. Mathematically the District is situated between the radiometers 23'53" N and 25'6'55 N and langumate 76.48' 30"E and 78', 16'70"E. The western boundary of the District is well defined by the river. In the beginning of 18th century Chanderi was the part of Malwa and remaining portion of Guna formed the part of Raghogarh State. Later on Raghogarh was split into three state of which Garah and Dharnawada State among the three clamaints of Raghogarh family. After the great revolt of 1857, Guna district thus passed under the control of Gwalior State with Raghogarh as its mandatory chief. An assistant to the resident of Gwalior was posted at Guna which remained. an English cantonment after the year 1860. Although Guna was dejure a part of Gwalior State, but because of its British cantonment, it was considered expedient to locate the district headquarter there.
Bajrangarh, about 6 miles from Guna enjoyed that privilege. In 1897 the midland railway constructed the rail route passing through Guna.After independence on 28th May 1948, Guna became the part of Madhya Bharat as one of its 16 Districts subsequently as a result of State on the formation of new Madhya Pradesh in 1956 Guna district became a part of it .
Instead of Guna you can a get flight to Bhopal Airport on regular basis.
Guna158 km away from Bhopal Airport (BHO)
Guna191 km away from Gwalior Airport (GWL)
By Train :
There are regular trains from other major cities of the country to Guna.
Railway Stations: Guna Junction (GUNA), Miyana (MINA)
By Bus :
Bus Stations: Guna
Situated near the banks of River Pārbati, Guna is district comprising of five towns of Aron, Chanchoda, Bamori, Raghogarh and Guna. The city of Guna has also seen its share of empires and changing reigns like the rest of Madhya Pradesh. Guna is surrounded by Sindh River on one side and Pārbati on the other. The beauty and the history of this place attract a fair number of tourists every year making it yet another tourist destination of Madhya Pradesh.
Few places of interest in Guna are:
Bajrangarh Fort :
Jain temple :
Bishbhuji temple :