Bharat Mata Mandir in Jaisinghpura is a renowned Ujjain Temple. This popular eatery serves guests from all throughout Ujjain.
The caves situated on the banks of River Shipra, next to the shrine of Gadkalika, which made them a quiet area for Bhartrihari to meditate.
Staying there would teach you about how people in the past thought about time, rebellions, and the positions of celestial bodies.
It is believed that Guru Sandipani taught Lord Krishna, his buddy Sudama, and Lord Krishna's brother Balaram here.
This temple's Mahakal lingam is said to be Swayambhu (self-manifested), obtaining strength from within itself. Mahakaleshwar is a Maha Shakti Peetha.
This Persian palace was built by the Sultan of Mandu in 1458 A.D. Engravings in Persian can also be seen here. Madho Rao Scindia restored the palace Pindaris damaged in 1920.
When you are done soaking up the spirituality of Ram Ghat, you should take a boat ride on the peaceful Shipra River to refresh your soul.
The Kalidasa Academy in Ujjain is huge, covering 3374 hectares. It has helped a lot of students learn Sanskrit, the world's first language.
The Kumbh Mela is a rare human gathering. The fair occurs every 12 years for 12 days, which corresponds to the 12 years of Hindu gods in the mortal world.
ISKCON temple is one of the most beautiful temples in Ujjain, and its white marble architecture is something you should see for yourself.