Mahakaleshwar Temple Ujjain And Places To Visit In Ujjain Tourism

Ujjain is the city for the Hindu Devotees which is called “The Temple City”. As it is the city which is covered with small and big and old temples which make a religious city in India to visit. It is also a city with historic places to visit in Ujjain tourism. It is residing on the banks of River Shipra, as it is famous for the venue called Kumbh Mela. Therefore, no one can turn back as this city is filled with showers of blessings of God. Mahakaleshwar Temple is one of the famous Mandir Ujjain Madhya Pradesh.

Ujjain is also one of the renowned city as it is also the educational hub for various Indian Scholars. The wealth of Ujjain in respect of architecture, religions and educational values makes a topmost attraction amongst for most of the Indian travelers as well as foreigners.

List Of Places To Visit In Ujjain Tourism

What Is The Best Time To Visit Ujjain?

List Of Places To Visit In Ujjain Tourism

1. Which Temple Is Famous In Ujjain?

Mahakaleshwar Temple

Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga temple is one of the famous Hindu Ujjain Mahakal temples of amongst all which is dedicated to Lord Shiva located on Rudra Sagar Lake in the city-state of Madhya Pradesh which continues to be the sacred place for the pilgrimage for the Hindus.  This is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas which is considered as a sacred place of the lord. Even in today’s stressful lifestyle the visitor’s gets peace and composure at this Mahakaleshwar temple. This temple is one of the crowded places to visit in Ujjain tourism throughout the year.

Mahakaleshwar Temple Ujjain History

Its architectural is with sculptures that are being influenced with Maratha, Bhumija and Chalukya styles of the structural design pattern. The temple is widely spread over different five levels which evoke administration and esteem for Lord Shiva who reigns in the city of Ujjain. A number of religious festivals and celebrations are taking at this place every year with great enthusiasm. Also, Bhasma Aarti is one of the famous Aarti which you should never miss on.

Mahakaleshwar Temple Timings

03:00hrs to 23:00hrs

2. Shree Bada Ganesh Mandir Ujjain Madhya Pradesh

It is one of the famous temples in Ujjain tourism. It is called “Bade Ganeshji” because there is a big artistic idol of Ganeshji in the temple itself. This temple lies approximately 1 mile from the Ujjain railway station and it’s few miles away from Mahakaleshwar temple. There is one rule of learning Sanskrit as well as astrology in this temple. A large number of people come for Darshan of Lord Ganesha. One of the popular places to visit in Ujjain tourism and nearby.

Shree Bada Ganesh Mandir Timing

05:00hrs to 19:00hrs

3. Harsiddhi Mata Mandir Ujjain Madhya Pradesh

Harsiddhi Mata Mandir Ujjain Madhya Pradesh

It is renowned for famous Shakti Peeth amongst all our country. It lies near Shipra River in Ujjain.  The idol of this temple is very beautiful and amazing. It gives a devotional feeling when you see the god. There are in all 3 Goddess one on top of another god. The names of 3 goddesses are Annapurna and Maha Saraswati. It was believed that King Vikram Aditya was a great devotee of this temple.  Outside the temple, there lies two pillars pin shaped which when lightened gives an amazing look due to its lit.

4. Shree Chardham Mandir Ujjain Madhya Pradesh

Ujjain is well known for temples and unique places to visit in Ujjain tourism. One of the astonishing temples of Ujjain is this temple. The name itself signifies it is a place where you can visit all the four Chardhams – Gangotri, Yamunotri, Badrinath and Kedarnath. It lies just beside the Mahakaleshwar temple. There could be a possible time changing during festivals. The distance from the railway station to this is about 11.882 Km. The visitor can arrive at this place via private vehicles or any means of transportation in approximately 30 minutes.

Shree Chardham Mandir Ujjain Timing

05:00hrs to 21:00hrs

5. Sandipani Muni Ashram Ujjain Madhya Pradesh

It is one of the ancient and renowned ashrams at Ujjain city. It is called “Sandipani” as it is named after the great saint or Maharishi Sandipani. Maharishi Sandipani was the Guru of Sudama, Balram and Lord Krishna.  Inside the ashram, there are temples which are truly dedicated to Lord Shiva and this temple is unique from other Lord Shiva’s temple because inside this temple Nandi is standing in front of Lord Shiva. There is a resource of water supply to this ashram from ancient times called “Gomati Kund”. Footprints of Bhagwan Shri Krishna are also there in this ashram.

6. Kaal Bhairav Mandir Ujjain

Kaal Bhairav Mandir Ujjain

Everyday miracles occur at Ujjain city. Kaal Bhairav Mandir is the temple of Lord Bhairava situated in Bhairavagarh of Ujjain and gives a sense of calm and peace after visiting there. Its 8 km away from the main city. Kaal Bhairav Mandir is renowned for removing planetary barriers. There is Shivalinga in this temple which attracts thousands of visitors to this religious place.

Kaal Bhairav Mandir Ujjain Timings

05:00hrs to 19:00hrs

7. Gad Kalika Mandir Ujjain Madhya Pradesh

Gad Kalika Mandir Ujjain Madhya Pradesh

Gadkalika Mataji Temple is another Shakti Peeth in Ujjain City. Here, Mata Kalika is worshipped daily and it is believed that upper lip of Devi Sati was fallen at that place. It is located 2 miles away from the city place. The idol of Gadkalika Devi in the temple is different from other Kalika’s idol as it is saffron in color instead of black color.  The Famous Poet “Kalidas” was a big devotee of this idol and he had written all about this by the only grace of this goddess on him. Inside the temple lies the ancient idol of Ganesha.

What Is The Best Time To Visit Ujjain?

The Ujjain Weather is different for all different seasons. The best time to visit this holy city is from October to March when the Mahakaleshwar Temple can be visited while other places like Bhartruhari Caves can be visited in the months of November and December during cool winters. The summer season lasts for 4 months from November to February. This is a very amazing season with extremely cold days. Maximums generally last in mid-twenties. It experiences extreme weather throughout the year. The winter is cold and icy here while summers are extremely hot here at Ujjain. Monsoons last from June to September in this city.

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