Location of Guna district in Madhya Pradesh
|Tehsils||1. Guna District 2. Raghogarh-Vijaypur, 3. Aron, India 4. Kumbhraj, 5. Chachaura-Binaganj, 6.Bamori ,7. Maksudangarh|
|• Lok Sabha constituencies||1. Guna (shared with Shivpuri and Ashoknagar districts), 2. Rajgarh (shared with Rajgarh district)|
|• Vidhan Sabha constituencies||1. Bamori, 2. Guna, 3. Chachoura and 4. Raghogarh|
|• Total||6,390 km2 (2,470 sq mi)|
|• Density||190/km2 (500/sq mi)|
|• Urban||24.46 %|
|• Literacy||65.1 %|
|• Sex ratio||910/1000|
|Time zone||UTC+05:30 (IST)|
|Average annual precipitation||65 mm|
Guna district is one of the 52 districts of Madhya Pradesh in central India. Its administrative headquarters is Guna. The district has a population of 1,241,519 (2011 census). It has an area of 6390 km², and is bounded on the northeast by Shivpuri District, on the east by Ashoknagar District, on the southeast by Vidisha District, on the southwest by Rajgarh District, on the west and northwest by Jhalawar and Baran districts of Rajasthan state. The Sindh River flows northward along the eastern edge of the district, forming part of the boundary with Ashoknagar District, and the Parbati River flows northwestward through the southern portion of the district, forming part of the boundary with Baran District before flowing into Rajasthan.
On 15 August 2003 Guna District was split in two, with the eastern portion becoming Ashoknagar District.
Guna was part of the ancient Avanti Kingdom founded by Chand Pradyota Mahesena. Later Shishusangh added the kingdom of Avant, which included Guna to the growing empire of Magadha. In the early 18th century, Guna was conquered by the Maratha leader Ramoji Rao Scindia, and remained part of the Kingdom of Gwalior until shortly after Indian independence. Guna was administered as part of the kingdom's Isagarh District. In 1897 the Indian Midland Railway constructed a rail route passing through Guna. After India gained independence, Guna became part of the new state of Madhya Bharat on 28 May 1948 as one of its 16 districts. On 1 November 1956, Madhya Bharat was merged into Madhya Pradesh state.
Guna is located at 24.65°N 77.32°E. It has an average elevation of 474 metres (1555 ft).
Guna district of Madhya Pradesh is the gateway of Malwa and Chambal. It is located on the north-eastern part of Malwa Plateau. Western boundary of the District is well defined by Parbati river. Parbati is the main river flowing along the western boundary touching Rajgarh District of Madhya Pradesh, and Jhalawarh and Kota Districts of Rajasthan. Towns Shivpuri and Kota are located in north and the cities Vidisha, Bhopal, and Rajgarh lie to the South. the eastern boundary of district define by Sindh river.
- Aron is a town and a nagar panchayat in Guna district in the state of Madhya Pradesh, India.
- Shri Shanti Nath Digambar Jain temple, Bajrangarh
- Hanuman Tekri
- Bees Bhuja Devi
- Nihal Devi Mandir Sirsi-Mahu
- Hanuman Mandir Cant
- Christ The King Church
- Hanuman Mandir AB Road
- Panchmukhi Hanuman Ashram.
11 Budhe balaji mandir
12 Madhai khoo Aashram
13 Ajeet khoo Aashram
14 Maa Annand mai Aashram Sonkhara
15 Sai Baba Temple
16 Gayatri Temple, Sisodiya Colony
17 Mosque (Dargah)
There are 4 Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha constituencies located in this district. Two of them, Bamori and Guna are part of Guna Lok Sabha constituency and the other two, Chachoura and Raghogarh are part of Rajgarh Lok Sabha constituency.
According to the 2011 census Guna District has a population of 1,241,519, roughly equal to the nation of Trinidad and Tobago or the US state of New Hampshire. This gives it a ranking of 388th in India (out of a total of 640).
The district has a population density of 194 inhabitants per square kilometre (500/sq mi) . Its population growth rate over the decade 2001-2011 was 26.91%. Guna has a sex ratio of 910 females for every 1000 males, and a literacy rate of 65.1%. Scheduled Castes and Tribes made up 15.6% and 15.4% of the population respectively.
As of 2011 India census, Guna City has a population of 180,978. Males constitute 52.29% of the population and females 47.71%. Guna has an average literacy rate of 81.7%, In Guna, 13% of the population is under 6 years of age. Hanumaan Tekri is a famous temple in Guna. This temple place is on a hill. The famous Fort of Maharaja Jai Singh is located in Bajrangarh (8 km from Guna). The village also have a famous Jain Temple called Jain Atishay Kshetra. NH3 also passes via Guna. Guna is the constituency for Jyotiraditya Scindia.
Though Guna is very small nondescript town it is still an important industrial centre. Some of the major industries are:
- National Fertilizers Limited, Vijaipur, nearly 30 km from the town on Agra-Mumbai Highway,
- Gas Authority of India Limited, Vijaipur, nearly 35 km on Agra-Mumbai Highway,
- Deepak Spinners Limited, village Pagara, nearly 25 km on Ashok Nagar road
- KS Oil Ltd, nearly 10 km from guna on AB Road towards Gwalior.
- Spice park, Mavan.
Jaypee University of Engineering & Technology, Raghogarh is the first private state university of Madhya Pradesh. Its campus sprawls over 110 acres (0.45 km2) with all facilities including hostels, mess, laundry, shopping centre, medical centre, etc.
Sakshi medical college and research centre a pvt medical college with 150 MBBS seats about 30 km north from Guna
Vandana Convent School was established by the Sisters of the St. Elizabeth (CSSE) in 1974 is an indigenous religious congregation of sisters.
- Vandana Convent School
- Topper Temple Academy
- Anuj Garg Coaching
- Acharya Banspati Shukal Sanskrit
- Govt. higher secondary school aawan
- Sachin Music School
- SL MEMORIAL SCHOOL
- Awan Ms
- Mission Academy Classes
District Institute of Education and Training is situated in Guna in Madhya Pradesh state of India. Established in 1992, DIET campus is spread over 5 Acres. Hostel facility is not available for its students. And for higher studies Jaypee University of Engineering & Technology (JUET) also near guna.
Bajrangarh Fort, a 16–17th-century fort in the Guna District, local outing place.Hanuman tekri is also a famous temple.
- "Delimitation of Parliamentary and Assembly Constituencies Order, 2008 Schedule XVI" (PDF). The Election Commission of India. pp. 228–9, 250–1.
- Decadal Variation In Population Since 1901
- "District Census 2011". Census2011.co.in. 2011. Retrieved 30 September 2011.
- US Directorate of Intelligence. "Country Comparison:Population". Retrieved 1 October 2011.
Trinidad and Tobago 1,227,505 July 2011 est.
- "2010 Resident Population Data". U. S. Census Bureau. Retrieved 30 September 2011.
New Hampshire 1,316,470
- 2011 Census of India, Population By Mother Tongue