UJJAIN (2 night and 3 days)

About the City:

One of the religious destinations of India, the city has wide range of religious and spiritual interest. It was also known as a hub of astrology and astronomy, where people used to gather from across countries to research various aspects of spirituality.


Day 1-

Arrival at the hotel from railway station/ airport

Ram Ghat:it is highly auspicious to conduct the asthi visarjan and the oind daan kriya for the departed souls. It brings peace and helps the loved ones to attain salvation.

Chintaman Ganesh Temple: This temple is one of the most sacred temples of Ujjain and is visited by hundreds of devotees every day in order to get the divine blessings of Lord Ganesha.

Kal Bhairav Temple:Ujjain is one of the finest examples of the ancient Hindu culture. It is said that the temple is associated with the cult of tantra.A massive fair takes place on the temple ground on the auspicious day of Maha shivratri.

Mahakaleshwar Temple:There are five levels inside the temple, and one of the levels is situated underground. Dakshinamurti is the name given to the idol of Mahakaleshwar, and the deity faces the south. It is regarded as one of the twelve Jyotirlingas of India.

Vedha Shala:The Vedha Shala is a famous observatory in Ujjain that was built by Maharaja Sawai Raj Jaisingh of Jaipur.

Overnight stay in hotel

Day 2-

Ujjain to Omkareshwar and further to Indore

Overnight stay in Indore

Day 3-

Khajrana Ganesh Temple: The gigantic statue of Ganapati is a fascinating attraction of this pilgrim centre. It is believed that all the wishes will be fulfilled after praying here. Large numbers of devotees gather here on Wednesdays and Sundays to offer their reverence and prayers.

Kaanch Mandir: As the name suggests, is a temple which is entirely made up of glass and mirrors. Its uniqueness arises from the fact that it is too showy and splendid to be the shrine of a religion (Jainism) which advocated simple living. In fact not just simple living rather austerity.

Annapurna Mandir: Inspired by the Meenakshi temple of Madurai, four life size elephants hold an ornately decorative gate in plaster. The deity of Annapurna Devi is shown holding a ladle and a container of porridge in her hands. This signifies that those who worship her with the core of their heart will never be hungry.

Drop back either to Indore railway station or Ujjain

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