Guna District

Population: 1240938 (2011)

State: Madhya Pradesh

Language: Hindi

Headquarters: Guna


Date of formation: On 24th May 1948, it was made as a part of Madhya Bharat.

Area: 6390 square kilometers

Density of population: 194 people per square kilometer

Literacy Rate: 65.10 % - Male: 76.57 %, Female: 52.53 %

Male Female Ratio: 1000:910


Boundaries of Guna District


North East: Shivpuri District, Madhya Pradesh

South East: Vidisha District, Madhya Pradesh

South West: Rajgarh District, Madhya Pradesh

East: Ashoknagar District, Madhya Pradesh

West and North West: Jhalawar District and Baran District, Rajasthan


Guna District Average Rainfall: 728.17 mm

Guna District Average Temperature in Summer: 34.13 deg C

Guna District Average Temperature in Winter: 17.38 deg C





Major Rivers: Sindh River, Parbati River

Sub Divisions: Guna City, Raghogarh, Aron, Chachoda

Tehsils: Guna, Raghogarh, Aron, Kumbhraj, Chanchoda

Assembly Constituencies: Bamori, Chachoura, Guna, Raghogarh


Guna District Nearby Attractions


1. Panchmukhi Hanuman Ashram

2. Chambal Garden

3. Maharao Madho Singh Museum

4. Brijvilas Palace

5. Chachaura

6. Kumbhraj

7. Aron

8. Bandha

9. Raghogarh


Guna District Facts: It is one of the 24 most backward districts of Madhya Pradesh that is getting funds from the Backward Regions Grant Fund Program. On 15th August 2003, it was split into two forming Ashoknagar District. Guna is one of the important railway stations in Bhopal division.   


Major Agricultural Products: Wheat, jowl, groom, maize, rice, sugarcane, olives


Major Industries: National Fertilizers Limited, Gas Authority of India Limited, Deepak Spinners Limited, KS Oil Ltd


What is Guna District Famous For: Fort of Maharaja Jai Singh


Famous People From Guna District: Jyotiraditya Madhavrao Scindia, Digvijay Singh


Guna District Pin Codes

Last Updated : Friday Jun 15 , 2012


Places in Guna District