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Holiday Destination: Ujjain

At the earliest time the city was known as Ujjain and ruled by Avanti Kingdom (4th century). Before Mauryan Empire, the Sungas dynasty and Satavahanas dynasty ruled the area. Ujjain is considered to be the capital of King Vikramaditya, who was famous for his justice. The holy district in Madhya Pradesh, Ujjain is situated on the Malwa Plateau in Central India. The district is surrounded with Shajapur, Dewas, Indore, Dhar and Ratlam respectively. According to Hindu scripture, Ujjain is blessed with nectar drops which fell into the land while the gods and the demons were engaged in a fierce battle to gain control over the pot of nectar. The pilgrimage place is also believed to be the godly land of Lord Mahakal, Lord Krishna and His immortal friend Sudhama. This historical city stands dotted with numerous temples that form the major chunk of its tourist attractions. Get a glimpse of the places of tourist interest that should be seen on a tour of the city.


Summer Temperature: 48°C (maximum), 24°C (minimum) Winter Temperature: 36°C (maximum), 9°C (minimum)

Tourist Season

November to March


The wide range of hotels in the city include First Class Hotels, Three Star Hotels, Two Star Hotels, Economy Hotels, Budget Hotels, Government Approved Hotels and many other types of hotels.

General Information Of Ujjain

Altitude: 492 mts, Population: 429,933, Temperature: 48°C to 24°C in Summer, 36°C to 9°C in Winter

Tourist Attraction in or Near by Ujjain


Mahakaleshwara Temple:

It is also very famous tourist temple like other 12 Jyotirlingas. The temple has an idol of Omkareshwara Shiva consecrated in the sanctum above the Mahakal Shrine. The temple also has some exquisitely carved images of Ganesh, Parvati, Kartikeya and Shiva’s Bull, Nandi.



Bade Ganeshji Ka Mandir

Mandir is located close to the tank near Mahakaleshwar Temple. This temple enshrines a large sculpted image of Ganesh.


Chintamani Ganesh

This is a very popular place of pilgrimage since it is believed that the idol of Lord Ganesha is self-formed and not man made.

Bhartrihari Caves

The cave is situated on the bank of the River Shipra and was his esteemed meditation center. His contribution towards the Hindi and Sanskrit literature was later recognised after his death. Today, thousand of tourist visit the cave and pay homage to the great saga.

Observatory (Veda Shala)

It was built by the Rajput King, Jai Singh II and is one of the many observatories of India. The place houses ancient astronomical devices that make it a fascinating storehouse of antique relics. This observatory is still in use and is also a major site of various astronomical studies and research.

Harsiddhi Temple:

The temple also known as the Harisiddhi, where Hari in Hindi means Lord Vishnu and Siddhi in Hindi means Success.



Road Distance from Ujjain to (in kms)

A network of well built state and national highways connect Ujjain with all the states of India. Regular State transport buses and Delux a/c buses operators between Ujjain and its neighbouring cities. Ahmedabad : 430 Km Aurangabad : 457 Km Bhopal : 188 Km Delhi : 776 Km Nagpur : 495 Km Mumbai : 648 Km



By Air

The nearest airport, situated just 55 km from Ujjain. The aerodrome operates a number of flights connecting Ujjain to places like Jaipur, Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Bhopal and Chennai. International pilgrims can catch connecting flights to Indore from Delhi (800 km) or Mumbai (655 km) airport.



By Rail

Ujjain Junction Railway Station connects Ujjain to all the major Indian cities including Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Bhopal and Gwalior through regular trains. Jaipur Express and Pune Indore Express ply over from Chennai and Pune respectively to the desired pilgrimage center. .

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