State Uttar Pradesh
Panna - the city of Diamonds is illustrious for its Tiger Reserve and the diamond mines. This historical town was the capital of the Chhatrasal, the founder of the Bundela Kingdom.It is 44km from the Khajuraho, and was named after Panna, a national warrior. According to a legend, the Pandavas spent quite a long time in the jungles of Panna during their exile. In fact the forest was once a game reserve for the royalty of Panna. It is also rich in water falls and scenic views. Panna is situated on Vindhyachal Ranges which give it so many beautiful sites. Pandav Fall, Brihaspati Kund, Nand-Chand, Nachne, etc. are some of them.Also distinguished for its temple, the well-known temples of Panna includes: Temple of Baldevji, Koshorji, Govindji, Prannathji, Jagannath Swami and Lord Ram.
Well Connected with National and State Highways
A well maintained network of roads link Panna with the rest of the country. Distance Chart (Khajuraho - 45 km, Bhopal - 450 km, Delhi - 670 km)
Well Connected with Major Railway Statons
The nearest Railway station is Satna and Khajuraho which is directly linked to Bhopal, Jabalpurand and Delhi. The distance between Panna to Satna and khajuraho is only about 70 km and 45 km respectively.
Well Connected with Major Airports
Khajuraho is the nearest airport to Panna (45 km). There is regular air links from khajuraho to New Delhi, Bhopal and few other cities.