places to visit in ujjain

Shree Mahakaleshwar Temple, also known as Mahakal Mandir.  There are two meanings of the word 'Kaal' - Time and Death. According to Hindu beliefs, Lord Shiva is the God of death and time, and this is why he is called Mahakaleshwar.

Shri Mahakaleshwar Temple

Ram Ghat, among the most vibrant tourist places to visit in Ujjain, is situated near Harsiddhi Temple. This well-known destination is located near the Shipra River. It is considered to be one of the oldest bathing ghats and a prominent venue for Kumbh Mela.

Ram Ghat, Ujjain

Located near Rudra Sagar Lake in Ujjain, Harsiddhi Mata Temple is one of the 51 Shaktipeeths in India. According to the Shiva Purana, it is the place where the elbow of Mata Sati dropped when Lord Shiva carried the burning body of Goddess Sati from the sacrificial fire.

Harsiddhi Mata Temple

Nestled along the Shipra River, the ashram linked to Guru Sandipani is a key stop among temples in Ujjain. Explore this sacred site where Lord Krishna, Sudama, and Balaram received teachings.

Sandipani Ashram

Discover the allure of Ujjain with a visit to the Kal Bhairav Temple, a vibrant Hindu shrine dedicated to Lord Kal Bhairava, an attendant of Lord Shiva and the city's guardian deity. Immerse yourself in the unique tradition of offering liquor to the deity and explore the temple's rich history.

Kal Bhairav Temple

Located in Mangalnath Marg on a hill, standing over the vast stretch of the calm waters of the Shipra River, the Mangalnath Temple is a must-visit temple in Ujjain dedicated to Lord Mahadeva. According to Matsya Purana, this sacred site is revered as the birthplace of Mangal Graha.

Mangalnath Temple