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Official Website : http://www.guna.mp.gov.in

Headquarters : Guna
State : Madhya Pradesh

Area in Sq Km (Census 2011)
Total : 6390
Rural : 6233.5
Urban : 156.5

Population (Census 2011)
Population : 1241519
Rural : 928844
Urban : 312675
Male : 649362
Female : 592157
Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 males) : 912
Density (Total, Persons per sq km) : 194

Official language : Hindi

Helplines :
1 Chief Executive Officer 07542-254309
2 Deputy Collector 07542-255666
3 SDM Aaron
4 SDM Guna 07542-252644
5 Chief Medical and Health Officer 07542-252612
6 District Informatics Officer 07542-254419
7 District Education Officer (In-Charge) 07542-252597
8 General Manager , M.P.Rural Road Development Authority. ,PIU Guna 07542-250330
9 District Planning Officer 07542-252878
10 District Food Officer 07542-252275
11 Public Service Manager
12 District Tribal Department 07542-252572
13 Deputy Director , District Public Relations Office 07542-256379
14 Executive Engineer, Public Works Department 07542-252608
15 Executive Engineer, Public Health Engineering 07542-252358
16 District Excise Officer 07542-252253
17 Women and Child Development Officer 07542-250168
18 District Treasury Officer 07542-252237
19 Project Officer (PO DUDA) (In-Charge) 07542-253261
20 Deputy Director,Social Justice Department 07542-252202
21 Executive Engineer,RES Guna 07542-254440
22 Chief Municipal Officer 07542-252622

Population (Census 2010) :
The current world population is 7.6 billion (As of 1st July 2018)

Click on the following link to download district statistics as per NITI Ayog website

Brief About Guna District
Initially Guna sees to be the part of Avanti Kingdom founded by Chand Pradyota Mahesena Later on Shishusangh added the kingdom of Avant which included Guna to the growing empire of Magadha.In the beginning of 18th century Chanderi was the part of Malwa and remaining portion of Guna formed the part of Raghogarh State. Later on Raghogarh was split into three state of which Garah and Dharnawada State among the three clamaints of Raghogarh family. After the great revolt of 1857, Guna district thus passed under the control of Gwalior State with Raghogarh as its mandatory chief. An assistant to the resident of Gwalior was posted at Guna which remained. an English cantonment after the year 1860. Although Guna was dejure a part of Gwalior State, but because of its British cantonment, it was considered expedient to locate the district headquarter there.Bajrangarh, about 6 miles from Guna enjoyed that privilege. In 1897 the midland railway constructed the rail route passing through GunaAfter independence on 28th May 1948, Guna became the part of Madhya Bharat as one of its 16 Districts subsequently as a result of State on the formation of new Madhya Pradesh in 1956 Guna district became a part of it.

Guna gateway of Malwa & Chambal is located on the northern -eastern part of Malwa Platue. between Parbati and the Betwa. Mathematically the District is situated between the radiameters 23'53" N and 25'6'55 N and langumate 76.48' 30"E and 78', 16'70"E. The western boundary of the District is well defined by the river. The Parbati is the main river flowing along the western boundary touching Rajgarh District of M.P. and Jhalawarh and Kota District of Rajasthan. Shivpuri & Kota are located in north where as Vidisha, Bhopal, and Rajgarh lies to the South. The total area of District is 6484.63 sq.Km. with a population of 838926.