Ujjain Tourist Places: Must visit Ujjain and see these beautiful places..


Ujjain Tourist Places: Ujjain is a very beautiful city. There are many tourist places here. Which attracts tourists towards them. If you like to travel, then in Ujjain you can get acquainted with the beautiful views of nature from religious places. It is thronged by a large number of tourists throughout the year. The Mahakal temple of Ujjain is very famous. Apart from this also you can see a lot in this city. So let's know, the list of Ujjain famous tourist places...


Shri Mahakaleshwar Temple
Shri Mahakaleshwar Temple is also known as Mahakal Temple. The word Kaal has two meanings - time and death. According to Hindu beliefs, Lord Shiva is the god of death and time and that is why he is called Mahakaleshwar. This temple is the main center of tourist attraction in Ujjain.

The Shri Mahakal Lok Corridor is also a main attraction at the Mahakal Temple in Ujjain. It is surrounded by the Rudrasagar lake which is more than 900 meters old. One can see 108 pillars, around 200 sculptures, and a variety of paintings depicting the stories of Shiva in the Mahakal Lok. The beauty of this temple increases even more in the night.

Ram Ghat
It is one of the oldest bathing ghats. The grand Kumbh Mela is organized here. Aarti is performed here daily at 8 pm, there is a huge crowd of devotees.

Harsiddhi Mata Temple
Harsiddhi Mata Temple located near Rudra Sagar Lake in Ujjain is one of the 51 Shaktipeeths of India. According to the Shiva Purana, this is the place where the limbs of Mata Sati fell when Lord Shiva lifted the burning body of Goddess Sati from the sacrificial fire.

This temple was built by the Marathas. You can see Maratha art here on two pillars decorated with lamps. The temple is beautifully decorated with flowers on Navratri, which is a sight to see.

Sandipani Ashram
Sandipani Ashram is situated on the banks of the Shipra river. It is believed to be the ashram where Guru Sandipani taught Lord Krishna, his friend Sudama and his brother Balarama. There is also a stone near this ashram, numbers from 1 to 100 can be seen on it. Guru Sandipani himself is believed to have inscribed it.

Chintaman Ganesh
This temple is dedicated to Lord Ganesha in Ujjain. This temple was built in the 11th and 12th centuries. This is the biggest temple of Lord Ganesha in Ujjain.


Gopal Mandir
Gopal Mandir also known as Dwarkadhish Mandir is situated in the middle of the Big Market Square in Ujjain. It is the second largest temple in the city after the Mahakaleshwar Temple. The temple houses a two feet high marble idol of Lord Krishna plated with silver.
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