Arthuna is a popular place in Rajasthan located at 23°30' N latitude and 74°08' E longitude at an average altitude of 204 meters. Arthuna belongs to Banswara district of Rajasthan and is 53 km away from the district headquarters.
Amaravathi was the previous name of Arthuna.
Arthuna is a very beautiful village with great cultural and historic importance. Most commonly used languages in Arthuna are Hindi, Rajasthani. The ruins of clusters of Jain temples are found in this village that is dating back to 11-15th centuries. The temple of Mandleswar built by Parmara chief Chamunda raja is famous for fairs held during Shivaratri and Holi.