Panna is a city in the heart of the country Madhya Pradesh. Till the last curtain of the 13th-century, Panna was ruled by the Gonds but after a scuffle with the Chandelas, they left the place and settled into different parts of Madhya Pradesh. After the independence, Panna was merged into the Indian union in the year 1950.
Entrenched on the banks of River Ken, Panna covers a gross area of 7135 sq. km. It experiences a subtropical warm climate. The average temperatures during the major season of summer & winter scale the mercury on 37°C & 10°C respectively. Panna receives an adequate amount of rainfall with 700 mm on an average.
What else strikes the brain after hearing Panna, a green & lustrous gem stone? Exactly, Panna is famous for housing the largest number of diamond mines in Asia. Under the deep layers of soil of Panna district, the diamonds are present in abundance. Panna is found in the largest number followed by Maanik, Motichul, & Bunsput. The remarkable tourist destinations in Panna include the names like Panna National Park, Pandava Falls, and the Gatha Falls. These places are visited by hundreds of tourists amid the year.