Panna District Map


District Map of Panna

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District Map of Panna Chhatarpur UTTAR PRADESH Satna Katni Damoh
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Lying between 23? 45' and 25? 10' north latitudes and 79? 45' and 80? 40' east longitudes, Panna is a north-eastern district of Madhya Pradesh . Panna is divided into five blocks which consist of 1048 villages, 6 towns and a total population of 6,87,945.

The district's economy depends largely on its famous diamond mines.

Panna is a tourists' delight with its temples, museums, palaces, forests, waterfalls and diamond mines. The Panna Tiger Reserve, Baldeoji Temple and Pandav Fall are some the must visit places.

Facts of Panna District
StateMadhya Pradesh
DistrictPanna
District HQPanna
Population (2011)1331597
Growth18.35%
Sex Ratio901
Literacy72.98
Area (km2)7135
Density (/km2) 142
Tehsils Ajaigarh, Amanganj, Devendranagar, Gunnor, Panna Pawai, Raipura, Shahnagar
Lok Sabha Constituencies Khajuraho
Assembly Constituencies Pawai, Gunnaor (SC), Panna
Languages Bundeli, Bharia, Hindi
Rivers Ken, Kyan
Lat-Long 24.507143,80.196991
Travel Destinations Panna National Park, Pandav Fall, Gatha Fall, Mahamati Prannathji Temple, Badi Devi Temple, Baldeoji Temple, Jugal Kishoreji Temple, Ram-Janki Temple, Swamiji Temple, Sarang Temple, Baiji Temple, Govindji Temple etc.
Government Colleges/Universities Govt College (Ajaigarh), Govt Sanskrit College (Devendranagar), Govt Chhatrasal PG College, Govt College (Pawai), Govt College (Gunnor), Govt College (Amanganj), Govt College (Devendranagar), Govt Girls College, Govt Arts and Commerce College (Shahnagar) etc.



Last Updated on : January 23, 2015



     


     

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