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Ujjain is one of those divine lands in
Madhya Pradesh where you not just feel the peace but also sink in the divinity
that calms your soul from within. This city is considered the Greenwich of
India, with the first meridian of longitude passing through it.
Known as the temple city for its numerous temples from different eras, and the major attraction is Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga. It is one of the 12 jyotirlingas, where Bhasma Aarti is a daily ritual that you must attend. In order to attend the aarti, make sure to follow the dress code if you wish to go inside the sanctum and participate in Abhishek.
Some more temples to visit in Ujjain are
Harsiddhi temple, Gopal temple, Chintaman Ganesh temple, Chardham temple,
Mangalnath temple, Bada Ganpati temple, Navagraha temple and Kal Bhairav
temple. At Kal Bhairav temple, the devotees offer liquor to the deity as
Prashad.The world's largest religious gathering,
Simhastha (Kumbh Mela), is held on the banks of the Shipra river once every 12
years which is the maximum visited place in Ujjain.
Adding to Ujjain's tourist places is The
Shri Ram Ghat, also known as Ram ghat, the most ancient bathing ghat. Also,
Sandipani Ashram is a must visit place in Ujjain. Legend has it that Lord
Krishna did his schooling from this place.
Ujjain is also known for its unique Papier
Mache artefacts, Batik print fabrics and wooden combs. You can shop these items
from local markets as souvenirs for yourself or your family and friends.
The Simhastha Kumbh is a celebration like no other in India. It is celebrated when Jupiter
The Sandipani Ashram in Ujjain is known to be the place where Lord Krishna, Balram and Suda
In the tiny lanes of Madhya Pradesh, often a new st
Mahashivratri is celebrated with utmost zeal and al
From Maihar, Gwalior, Indore Ghara
Behrugarh Village is a hub of Batik printing on sarees, scarves, sheets, etc. for hundreds of years.
Explore Kangi Mohallah, home to traditional comb makers, who have kept the art of making wooden combs alive.
Annakshetra at Mahakaleshwar temple in Ujjain has been offering appetising satvik food for free of cost to its devotees every day.
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A glorious example of Maratha architecture, the Gopal Mandir is a marble-towered structure dedicated to Lord Krishna.
The Harsiddhi temple was built in the Maratha period. The entrance is adorned with two tall ?light? pillars designed to hold oil lamps.
Dedicated to the chief of 8 Bhairavas, Kal Bhairav is one of a kind temple in Ujjain. At Kal Bhairav, the devotees offer liquor to the deity as prashad.
One of the twelve Jyotirlingams (Sacred Shiva shrines) in India, this five-storied temple is considered to be the most sacred in Ujjain.
The birthplace of Lord Mangalnath (Mars), this temple offers serene views and inimitable tranquillity.
The Kumbh Mela takes place once in twelve years at Ram Ghat, which is known to be the most ancient bathing ghat.
The place has a great mythological value. It is believed that this is the ashram where Guru Sandipani used to teach Shree Krishna, his friend Sudama and Lord Krishna?s brother Balram.
Also known as Jantar Mantar, India's first observatory was built by Sawai Maharaja Jai Singh II in 1725 and consists of 13 architectural astronomy instruments.
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A trading hub between the Deccan and Delhi in the 16th century, the city of Indore was discovered by Rao Nandlal Chaudhary in mid-1710. Rani Ahilya Bai Holkar, with her keen interest in education and
Situated on the banks of river Narmada, Maheshwar appeals to both, the pilgrim as well as the tourist in you. The town possesses a treasure trove of beautiful temples that calm the soul, alongside
The best time to visit Ujjain is from July to April.