Ujjain

उज्जैन महाकालेश्वर देश के 12 ज्योर्तिलिंगो में एक क्यों ?

Indore Dil Se - Article

महाकाल मंदिर परिसर में प्रमुख 42 देवताओं के मंदिर है इस मन्दिर का लगभग साढ़े सात एकड़ में फैला विशाल परिसर संभवत भारत के किसी अन्य ज्योतिर्लिंग का नहीं है । देश के 12 ज्योर्तिलिंगो में एक श्री महाकाल पृथ्वी लोक के अधिपति है। उज्जैन पूरी दुनिया से इस अर्थ में अलग है कि आकाश में उज्जैन को जो मध्य ...

Read More »

GAD KALIKA MATA TEMPLE

Temple is dedicated to goddess Kalika. This pretty shrine holds an amazing legend which states that, Kalidasa, the great poet had acquired his literary skills by his sincere devotion to this deity. During 7th century, Harshavardhana renovated the temple. The erstwhile Gwalior rulers rebuilt this holy shrine to its former glory. Excavations held near the temple premises unearthed bricks, a ...

Read More »

MANGALNATH TEMPLE

The birth place of Lord MangalNath(planet Mars), situated on Kark intersection dedicated to Lord Shiva. Mangalnath Temple is a greatly respected holy place situated in Ujjain. According to Matsya Purana, Mangalnath is considered to be the birth place of Mars. The presiding deity is Lord Shiva, a marvelous shrine located far away from the flurry of the city life, offers ...

Read More »

KAAL BHAIRAV TEMPLE

Kaal Bhairav Temple said to have been built by king Bhadrasen on the banks of Shipra River. This ancient temple is dedicated to Kaal Bhairav, the chief among the eight Bhairavas. The worship of Kaal Bhairav is a part of Shaivite tradition, mainly by the Kapalika and Aghora sects. The striking feature of the Kaal Bhairav Temple is its exquisite ...

Read More »

SIDDHWAT TEMPLE

Siddhawat of Ujjain holds a special place for all hindu pilgrims. Post-funeral rites are performed here at the Siddhawat ghat of holy Shipra. Skanda Purana has referred to this place as Preta-shila-tirth. According to some opinion Parvati performed her penances here. This has also been a place of worship for the followers of Nath sect. The enormous banyan tree on ...

Read More »

SANDIPANI ASHRAM

The place has a great mythological value. It is believed that this is the ashram where Guru Sandipani used to teach Shree Krishna, his friend Sudama and Lord Krishna’s brother Balram. This place is mentioned in the Mahabharata. This ashram has been transformed into a temple now which is devoted to the Guru Sandipani. There is a stone near the ...

Read More »

Ram Ghat

The Shipra, also known as the Kshipra, is a river in Madhya Pradesh state of central India. The river rises in the kakri bardi hiLls Vindhya Range north of Dhar, and flows south across the Malwa Plateau to join the Chambal River. It is one of the sacred rivers in Hinduism. The holy city of Ujjain is situated on its ...

Read More »

Bharthari Gufa

In Indian history and folklore, ‘Raja Bharthari’ , also known as “Sant” Bharthari, in many parts of India is the hero of many folk stories in North India. He was the ruler of Ujjain in the 1st century BC, before renouncing the world and abdicating in the favor of his younger brother Vikramaditya and became a follower of Guru Gorakhnath ...

Read More »

Bada Ganpati Temple

One of the most revered historical landmarks of Ujjain, Bada Ganpati temple is dedicated to the Hindu deity of Wisdom and Prosperity, ‘Ganesha’ and Bada Ganpati temple is situated near the reservoir of the Mahakaleshwar temple. It enshrines a large ornate idol of the God, which is believed to be one of His largest sculptured images. The place also harbors ...

Read More »

Iskcon Temple

The International Society of Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), popularly known as the Hare Krishna Movement, was founded in 1966 by Swami Prabhupada. ISKCON is a worldwide association of devotees of Lord Krishna, the Supreme Personality of Godhead; its members consist of 10,000 temple devotees and 250,000 congregational devotees. Over four decades ISKCON has grown to comprise of over 350 temples, 60 ...

Read More »
Translate »