Ujjain is the biggest city in Ujjain area of the Indian condition of Madhya Pradesh. It is the authoritative focus of Ujjain locale and Ujjain division.

An old city arranged on the eastern bank of the Kshipra River, Ujjain was the most unmistakable city on the Malwa level of focal India for a lot of its history. It developed as the political base of focal India on 600 BCE. It was the capital of the antiquated Avanti kingdom, one of the sixteen mahajanapadas. It remained a critical political, business and social focus of focal India until mid nineteenth century, when the British overseers chose to create Indore as an other option to it. Ujjain keeps on being a critical spot of journey for Shaivites, Vaishnavites and devotees of Shakta.

How to reach:

You can get a train from Indore Junction Bg and get down at Ujjain Junction. The cost of the train ticket is around Rs. 750. You can take an auto from New Delhi to Ujjain. It will take you around 11 hour 16 minutes to cover separation of 752.7 Km and achieve Ujjain from New Delhi.

Place to visit:

Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga

Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga is a standout amongst the most well known Hindu sanctuaries devoted to Lord Shiva and is one of the twelve Jyotirlingams, which should be the most sacrosanct habitations Lord Shiva. It is situated in the antiquated city of Ujjain in the condition of Madhya Pradesh, India. The sanctuary is arranged in favor of the Rudra Sagar lake. The managing god, Lord Shiva in the lingam structure is accepted to be Swayambhu, inferring streams of force (Shakti) from inside itself as against alternate pictures and lingams that are customarily settled and contributed with mantra-shakti. According to Shiva Purana,

Harsidhhi

Harsidhhi, a contracted structure or, no less than, a type of “Harshad Amba” – The Happy Mother, is viewed as one of the part of Amba and Kalika, the Hindu Devi. She is likewise known by the names like Harshal, Harshad, Harshat, Shikotar, Sikotar, Dasha, Momai and Vahanvati Mata. She is otherwise called Sindhoi Mata or Goddess of Sands, in Sindh in Pakistan, where her sanctuary is located.She is worshiped as Kuldevi by numerous Kshatriya Brahmin Panchariya and Rajput people group. The Chandrana tribe of Lohanas, Brahmakshatriyas, numerous Jain ranks too Brahmin and Vaishya people group additionally love her as their Kuldevi. She is additionally religiously worshiped by anglers and other ocean faring tribes and individuals of Gujarat.

Chintaman Ganesh sanctuary

Chintaman Ganesh is the greatest sanctuary of Lord Ganesha in Ujjain. This sanctuary is worked over the Kshipra waterway on the Fatehabad railroad line, and is situated around 7 km far south-westerly to the Ujjain town.The sanctuary is found now amidst the town’s business sector.

The sanctuary goes back to eleventh and twelfth hundreds of years when the Paramaras ruled over Malwa. The Ganesha icon revered in this sanctuary should be swayamabhu (self showed). Locally, Ganesha is likewise alluded to as Chintaman. His consorts, Ridhhi and Siddhi, flank Chintaman, the assuager of all stresses. The finely-cut stone columns in the get together lobby and the white sanctuary characterize the age-old holiness of the sanctuary.

 

Ujjain Simhastha

The Simhastha at Ujjain is an adjustment of the Nashik-Trimbak Simhastha reasonable to a neighborhood celebration of dubious starting point. In its present structure, it started in the eighteenth century when the Maratha ruler Ranoji Shinde welcomed religious austerity from Nashik to Ujjain’s nearby celebration. Both Ujjain and Nashik fairs embraced the Kumbha myth from the Haridwar Kumbh Mela. The Simhastha at Ujjayini pays unique veneration to the sanctuary of Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga, which is the residence Lord Shiva’s Swayambhu lingam. A stream side celebration, it is commended on the banks of Shipra waterway. The reasonable draws in a great many explorers.

Vikrant Bhairav Shrine

Found by Baba Dabral in 1960, Vikrant Bhairav Shrine is one of the profoundly respected locales in Ujjain. The icon of president divinity in this holy place, Kaal Bhairava is embellished with vermillion blended with oil. You should see the picture of the divinity constantly enriched with buntings, festoons and roses according to the Hindu customs. Sunday and Friday are viewed as extraordinary days when bunches of individuals assemble to venerate the God Vikrant Bhairav. According to legend, Kaal Bhairava is an appearance of Shiva and accepted to have started when Shiva trim a nail from one of his fingers. Alike different divinities in Hinduism, Kal Bhairava additionally has a Vahan and he utilizes pooch as his vehicle.