Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga is one of the most famous Hindu temples dedicated to Lord Shiva and is one of the twelve Jyotirlingams, which are supposed to be the most sacred abodes of Shiva.
Sri Radha Madan Mohan Mandir
Sri Sri Radha Madan Mohan Mandir with exquisitely beautiful deities, a befittingly gorgeous opulent temple, a flourishing Tulsi garden and attractive lush flower gardens, as if enveloping the temple awaiting to serve The Divine Couple.
Kala Bhairava Temple
Bhairava sometimes known as Kala Bhairava, is the fierce manifestation of Shiva associated with annihilation.
Bade Ganeshji ka Mandir
Bade Ganeshji ka Mandir, an ancient temple located above the tank adjacent to the Mahakaleswar temple, houses an artfully designed idol of Lord Ganesh. The centre of the temple has an idol of the pancha-mukhi (five faced) Hanuman. There is also provision for learning astrology and Sanskrit in the temple.
Pir Matsyendranath is a sought after tourist spot on the bank of River Shipra. It is adjacent to the Bhartrihari Caves and the Gadkalika Temple. The structure has been built to honour the memory of one of the great leaders of the Natha sect of Saivism-Matsyendranath.
The history of the Bhartrihari Cave, Ujjain dates back to the ages past when the great priest and philosopher named Bhartrihari meditated in the banks of the River Shipra.
ChintaMan Ganesh or Chintamani ganesh is an ancient holy temple of Lord Ganesha in Ujjain. Chintaman Ganesh is the biggest Ganesh Mandir of Ujjain. It means ‘relieving tensions’. As it is the temple of Ganesha, people take the blessings of Ganesh for starting every new venture
Durgadas ki Chhatri
Durgadas ki Chhatri is a significant monument in the city of Ujjain. The ruler of Jodhpur, to commemorate the memory of Durgadas who fought for the independence of Jodhpur, built this chhatri. This chhatri is an impressive structure built in the Rajput architectural style.
Situated on the bank of River Shipra, the Kaliadeh Palace is a classic example of Persian architecture. The river flowing on both sides of the palace, along with some man-made tanks and channels, forms a beautiful backdrop.
The Vedh Shala or Vedhshala is an observatory in Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, India that was built by Maharaja Jai Singh II of Jaipur in 1725.
Vikram University is a university in the city of Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, India. The university, which is named after the ruler Vikramaditya, was established in 1957.