Guna District Map


District Map of Guna

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District Map of Guna Shivpuri RAJASTHAN Rajgarh Bhopal Vidisha Ashoknagar
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Situated on the north east region of the Malwa plateau, the Guna district covers an area of 6484.63 sq. km.

The district of Guna constitutes a total population of 8,38,926.

Guna has a perfect balance between agriculture and industrial developments. The farmers of the district produce rice, sunflower, wheat, sugarcane, oilseeds and maize. The district is industrially developed as well, with industries like National Fertilizers Limited, Gas Authority of India and Deepak Spinners within its area.

The important tourist destinations of the district are the Bisbhuji Temple, Bajrangarh, and the Fort of Bhadora.

Facts of Guna District
StateMadhya Pradesh
DistrictGuna
District HQGuna
Population (2011)1310061
Growth21.50%
Sex Ratio943
Literacy66.39
Area (km2)6485
Density (/km2) 194
Tehsils Guna, Raghogarh, Aron, Kumbhraj, Chanchoda
Lok Sabha Constituencies Guna, Rajgarh
Assembly Constituencies Bamori, Guna (SC), Chachoura, Raghogarh
Languages Hindi, English
Rivers Parbati, Sindh, Kuno, Ghodapachad
Lat-Long 24.686952,77.274627
Travel Destinations Bajrang Garh Fort, Temple of Beesbhuja Devi, Shri Hanuman Tekri Temple, Jainagarh, Christ The King Church, Panchmukhi Hanuman Ashram etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Govt College (Aron), Govt Girls College (Chachora), Govt Kasturba Girls College, Govt College (Chahora-Beenaganj), Govt PG College, Govt College (Raghogarh) etc.



Last Updated on : January 23, 2015



     


     

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