Guna is a temple town located in Madhya Pradesh. It is a well-known pilgrimage site for the followers of Hinduism because it houses different temples. The bifurcation of Guna gave birth to another district that is known by the name of Ashok Nagar.
Guna in uplifted at a height of 1555 feet above sea level and the River Parbati flows through it. The climate of Guna is tropical. The summer season of Guna becomes searing and dry with an average temperature of 36°C but becomes pleasant during winters with an average temperature of 20°C amid the season. An ample amount of rainfall is received by Guna during monsoons. It receives 1000 mm of rainfall.
Since Guna is a temple town, one can spot numerous temples that are dedicated to Hindu religious figurines. Some well-known and popular temples in Guna are Hanuman Mandir Cantt, Kedarnath, Bude Balaji and the ancient Christ Church. Apart from the temples, there are different markets that captivate the visitors.