Bisbhuji Temple, Guna District, Madhya Pradesh. Temple is one of the ancient Hindu temples in the Madhya Pradesh state of India. It is nestled in the Guna District of the state. It is one of the most sought-after holy sites in the district. It is also known to be one of the most ethical temples in Guna. The temple is famous for enshrining an idol with 20 arms. The temple is frequented by a number of pilgrims from varied distant places.
The Maa Bhuja Devi deity is known as Bhuja Devi as she has twenty arms. Maa Bhuja Devi is another form of Goddess Durga. There is a belief among the locals that every time one counts the arms of the goddess, it gives a different number. And one who manages to count the number of arms accurately is considered a true devotee who has blessings of the goddess. Another attraction is the annual fair which is celebrated with great grandeur and pomp. The fair is conducted on the occasion of Durgasthami which falls in the months of March/April and October/November. The fair in Bisbhuji Temple lasts for nine days.