Site Search :
Panna, the land of diamonds lies in a verdurous valley surrounded by lofty hills and dense forests. The ancient name of Panna was Padmawati-Puri, which is mentioned in Vishnu Purana and Bhavishya Purana. It is believed that, Panna once served as the capital of Raja Dhadhichi and Padmavat during satyug. This picturesque land is dotted with age-old temples and fort that strike a delightful blend of Hindu and Muslim architecture. Explorations revealed that it was once the home to primitive men in early historic period. Famous for its diamond mines; Panna is the most sacred pilgrimage for the devotees of Pranami sect all over the world.
Are you searching for best hotels deals to stay in Panna ? offers you online booking of hotels in Panna at the best possible rates. Whether you book luxury hotels in Panna , Heritage hotels, 5 five star hotels in Panna , and 4 five star hotels in Panna or 3 star hotels in Panna , 2 five star hotels in Panna and Budget Hotels in Panna , we promise to offer you amazing offers and deals for all classes of hotels and resorts. We also offer discounted hotels packages in Panna .To find cheap hotels in Panna and make online hotel reservation booking
Ajay Garh Fort Built at a height of 688 kms, Ajay Garh Fort was gifted by Chattrasal, the Chandela king to his son Shri Jagat Raj in 1731.
Best Time to Visit - December to March What to buy – Diamonds, Handicrafts, Handlooms
Pilgrimage Attractions
Panna National Park  Stretched along the banks of river Ken, Panna National Park was created from the hunting reserves of the princely states of Panna, Chhatarpur and Bijawar. It was established in 1981 as a National Reserve and became the part of Project Tiger in 1994. The lush green park is home to many rare wildlife species that include deers, leopards, wild cats, antelopes and alligators along with tigers. Situated with in close proximity to the famous temples of Khajoraho, Panna National park remains a major stopover destination. January to May is the ideal time to visit the park
Pandav falls Tumbling down in the lush green surroundings of Panna National Park, Padnava Falls are made by river Ken. The place is believed to be where Panadavs spent a good part of their exile. At the foot of the waterfall, there are some ancient caves overlooking an exquisite lake. The place serves as a perfect picnic spot.
Swami Pran Nath Temple The marble domed Swami Pran Nath temple was built in 1795. The temple is dedicated to Swami Pran Nath, the founder of Pranami sect. 
Shri Baldeoji Temple One of the finest structures of Panna, Shri Baideoji temple is dedicated to Sri Baldeoji Maharaj. The temple is built in Paladain style as a scale down replica of St Paul’s Cathedral under the supervision of an Italian expert, Mr. Manly. The beautiful image of Shri Baldeoji built in black in Shaligrami stone is the major attraction of the temple.
Other Attractions - Raneh Falls, Ajay Garh fort, Gatha Falls
Excursions - Nachana (40kms), Khajurajo (32 kms)
How to Get There
By Air: The nearest airport is Khajuraho, (25 km), connected with Delhi & Agra.
By Rail: Jhansi (180km), Satna( 90km) and Katni (150 km) are the nearest railheads.
By Road: There are no bus services available for Panna. Local taxis can be hired at Khajuraho and Panna