Guna County is one of the 52 counties of Madhya Pradesh in central India. Its administrative headquarters Guna. The Guna district of Madhya Pradesh is the gateway to Malwa and Chambal. It is located in the northeastern part of the Malwa Plateau. Guna was part of the ancient land of Gwalior in pre-independence times. It was not considered proper to have a regional headquarters in Guna, because it is a British province. The old name of the region was Issagarh. In 1909 some circuits were reorganized.
Hanumaan Tekri is a famous temple in Guna. This temple site is on a hill. The famous Maharaja Jai Singh Fort is located in Bajrangarh (8 km from Guna). The village also has a famous Jain temple called Jain Atishay Kshetra.
Its total area is 6390 km2.
There are 8 total villages in Guna.
There are 1264 districts in the region.
There are only 1 city in the region.
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