Attractions in Ujjain
Mahakaleshwar temple: Mahakaleshwar temple,
the abode of Lord Shiva, its Lingam is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas
in India. It derives its Shakti or power, from within itself,
Mahakaleshwar temple, a significant spot of Ujjain, accountable
in making the place a highly tourist destination.
Bade Ganeshji Ka Mandir: Very close to the temple
Mahakaleshwar there lays the Mandir of Bade Ganeshji. It’s
a highly pilgrimage spot for having a wide collections of sculptured
image of Lord Ganesh.
Chintamani Ganesh Temple: Chintamani Ganesh
Temple is considered as one of the ancient temples of Ujjain and
thus an extremely visited spot of Madhya Pradesh. As per Hindu
Mythology Chintamani means Lord Vishnu. So, the idol of Lord Vishnu
and Ganesha together constitutes the Chintamani temple.
Harisiddhi Temple: Harisiddhi Temple is also
the mostly visited place in Ujjain as well as Madhya Pradesh.
The blessedness highly associated with the temple Harisiddhi,
makes tour to thousands of followers in this hallowed spot of
Kal Bhairava: Kal Bhairava, the manifestitation
of Lord Shiva is incredibly visited by devotees during the time
of Shaivites. Among the eight Bhairavas worshiped by Shaivites Kal
Bhairava is the most important.
Ujjain Kumbh Fair: The literal meaning of “Ujjai” is city
of Victory located 55 km from Indore and the organizer
of the Kumbh Fair after every twelve years. It is one
of four revered cities of Kumbh Meal. The Simhastha Kumbh Mela would
take place at Ujjain and its holy dip washes away all the
sins and the sequence of rebirth, death ends and the
soul becomes divine. Ujjain is now an important heritage site range
from temples to palaces and customary structures.