Special Attraction
Situated on the banks of the river Shipra, regarded since times immemorial as sacred. Ujjain, stands glamorously among many other Indian sacred and holy cities. Today, Ujjain represents an interesting blend of an age old legacy and the modern day lifestyle. Due to its location, the climate of the city is tropical in nature'very hot in summers and cold in winters. Monsoon brings humidity into the atmosphere during the month of July and August. Visitors are advised to take along light cotton clothes during summer and a comfortable number of woolens for their winter trip to Ujjain.
Places to Visit

Mahakaleshwara : This temple of Lord Shiva with its lingam is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas in India. It is also known as the shrine of Mahakaleshwara. The temple has an idol of Omkareshwara Shiva consecrated in the sanctum above the Mahakal Shrine. The temple also has images of Ganesh, Parvati, Kartikeya and Shiva's Bull, Nandi.

Bade Ganeshji Ka Mandir : There is a sculpted image of Lord Ganesh, ion this temple, close to the tank near Mahakaleshwar
Chintamani Ganesh : A temple of considerable antiquity and a popular place of pilgrimage, the idol here is believed to be self formed.

Bhartrihari Caves : According to legend, the caves on the banks of the river Shipra near Gadkalika Temple are where the great scholar-poet Bhartrihari lived and meditated.

Harsiddhi Temple : Another Important shrine with the image of Goddess Annapurna.

Kal Bhairava : The specialty of this temple is its intricate paintings in the Malwa style.

Vikram Kirti Mandir : This Mandir has the Scindia Oriental Research Institute, an archaeological museum and an art gallery. Actually, a cultural centre, it is dedicated to the memory of King Vikramaditya - the much honoured King of Ujjain.

Gopal Mandir : A sanctum inlaid with marble and silver plated doors constitute the main attraction of this temple.

Navagraha Mandir : The ruling planets have always had an important place in the Indian rituals and tradition. This temple is dedicated to the nine ruling planets (Navagraha means nine planets) It is located on the Triveni Ghat of the Shipra river.

How To Reach
Air: The nearest airport is at Indore, 55 km away, is connected by air to Bhopal, Bombay, Delhi and Gwalior.
Rail: Ujjain is an important railway station on the Western Railway network and connected with most of the major cities in India.
Road: Good motorable roads connect Ujjain with Ahmedabad (402 km), Bhopal (183 km), Bombay (655 km), Delhi (774 km), Gwalior (451 km), Indore (53 km), Khajuraho (570 km), Mandu (158 km)
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