Pana is a town and municipality in the Panna region of the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. It is famous for its diamond mines and beautiful and sacred temples. It is the administrative center of Panna District. Pana was the capital of Chhatar Sal, the leader of the Bundela Rajput who led the Mughal uprising. In the early Gond settlement until the 13th century, Panna was made the capital by Raja Chhatrasal Bundela. Prior to April 1949, the region was part of Vindhya Pradesh, annexed by Madhya Pradesh on November 1, 1956.
Pana has diamond mines, and is famous for its ancient and magnificent temples. For this reason it is also called the 'City of Temples'. Pana also has a National Park where Panna Tiger Reserve is home to many rare wildlife.
Its total area is 7135 km2.
There are 5 total villages in Panna.
There are 395 villages in the region.
There are 4 cities in total in the region.
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