Ujjain is one of the famous Religious Tourist Destination of Madhya Pradesh. A lot of tourist came every years in Ujjain with family or friends to enjoy there vacation in Ujjain. GotoExplore offers a tour Package for Ujjain from the different locations of India. Our Ujjain Package includes Train/Flight, Hotels, Meals, Cab for nearest sightseeing and pick and drop facility. Package customization of Ujjain Package can also be done as your requirement. If you share your Ujjain tour requirement with us then you will get 3 different quotations of your Ujjain Package from the different local travel agency who can organized the Ujjain trip. Some of the popular Ujjain Tour Packages are listed here.

Ujjain Tour Package From Delhi

Route : Delhi → Ujjain → Delhi
  • Hotel
  • Meals
  • Taxi
  • Sightseeing
  • Guidance

Ujjain Mahakaleshwar Omkareshwar Tour Package

Route : Ujjain → Omkareshwar → Ujjain
  • Hotel
  • Meals
  • Taxi
  • Sightseeing
  • Guidance
  • Hotel
  • Meals
  • Taxi
  • Sightseeing
  • Guidance

People Ask About Ujjain

There is/are 9 direct train(s) from Ujjain to Mumbai. These train(s) is/are Ljn Bct Spl (09014), Avantika Exp (12962), Jbp Bdts Sup Spl (01706), Jhs Bdts Exp (11103), Ind Pune Expres (22944) etc. The minimum time a train takes to reach Mumbai from Ujjain is 10h 14m.

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Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and one of the twelve Jyotirlingams, shrines which are said to be the most sacred abodes of Lord Shiva. It is located in the ancient city of Ujjain in the state of Madhya Pradesh, India. The temple is situated on the side of the Rudra Sagar lake.

71 km
The distance from Indore to Omkareshwar Rd is 63 km while the road distance between Indore to Omkareshwar Rd is 71 km.By Train it is 73 Km. There is/are 1 direct train(s) from Indore to Omkareshwar Rd. These train(s) is/are etc. The minimum time a train takes to reach Omkareshwar Rd from Indore is 3h 26m.

How to Reach

  1.     Reach By Air : Indore is the nearest closest airport which is 51 km from the Mahakaleshwar temple.
  2.     Reach By Road : Buses are the best mode of transport when planning to visit via road.
  3.     Reach By Train : There are four railway stations which are nearest to the Mahakaleshwar temple.

In fact it is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas, which are supposed to be the most sacred abodes of Shiva. To the south is the image of Nandi, the vehicle of Lord Shiva.Shri Mahakaleshwar is the most important temple in Ujjain city and is also famous for its Bhasm Aarti.

The distance from Ujjain to Omkareshwar Rd is 117 km while the road distance between Ujjain to Omkareshwar Rd is 138 km.By Train it is 96 Km. There is/are 1 direct train(s) from Ujjain to Omkareshwar Rd. These train(s) is/are etc. The minimum time a train takes to reach Omkareshwar Rd from Ujjain is 5h 31m.

Delhi to Ujjain distance is 620 km. There is/are 8 direct train(s) from New Delhi to Ujjain. These train(s) is/are Intercity Exp (12416), Jat Indb Sf Exp (22942), Ddn Indb Exp (14318), Malwa Express (12920), Cdg Indb Exp (19308) etc. The minimum time a train takes to reach Ujjain from New Delhi is 11h 55m.

There are no direct flights or trains or buses between Omkareshwar Rd to Ujjain.The convenient and fastest way to reach from Omkareshwar Rd to Ujjain is to take a taxi from Omkareshwar Rd to Indore then take State transport bus from Indore to Ujjain.The cheapest way to reach Ujjain from Omkareshwar Rd is to take a taxi from Omkareshwar Rd to Indore then take Avantika Exp from Indore to Ujjain.

About Ujjain Tour Package

The Mahakaleshwar temple is a three-storey temple. You can find the lingams of Mahakalesvara, Omkaresvara and Nagachandresvara installed in the lowest, middle and the uppermost part respectively. The pilgrims and tourists get to see the glance of Nagachandresvara on the celebratory of Naga Panchami. A large-sized Kunda known as Koti Tirtha is also found in the temple. It's constructed in the sarvatobhadra manner. The Kunda as well as its water are considered as celestial. While gpping up the stairs, you can notice many images representing the sculptural magnificence of this temple built which is said to have been built the Paramara period. There is a large Veranda to the east of Kunda, this path is said to lead to the garbhagrha. To the north is a cell that holds the images of Lord Rama and goddess Avantika. There are many Saivite temples in the south side of it. The temple of Vrddha Mahakalesvara, Saptarshi and Anadi Kalpesvara are famous and amazing pieces of architecture.

Mahakalesvara's lingam is colossus. The silver coated Naga Jaladhari and the emblazoned and obscure silver-plate wrapping the roof of garbhagrha give that added opulence to the shrine. Other than the Jyotirlinga, you can even find appealing images of Ganesa, Kartikeya and goddess Paravati in the garbhagrha. The walls are all inscribed with traditional tributes in the honor of Lord Siva. The Nanda Dipa constantly stays lit. To the exit, there is a large hall in which an eye-catching metal quoted stone of Nandi can be seen. The patio opposite the Omkaresvara temple adds to the nobility of the temple. There are two pillars adjoining the temple which face to the east and add to the beauty of the temple. Mahakalesvara’s temple is a planned blend of the Bhumija, Maratha and Chalukya architecture styles. The sikhara with mini-srngas is very atypical.

The existing temple of Mahakala was constructed in the 4th – 5th decades of 18th century. At the same time, the religious nobles of the Maratha community too built a lot of temples in the same complex. This period also saw the revival of many primeval traditions like worship, arati, sawari (procession) in month of Sravana month, abhisheka, Harihara-milana etc. These are still carried out with wonderful ceremony and devotional fervor. The Bhasmarti conducted early morning, Mahasivaratri, Somavati Amavasya etc. are unique religious junctures interwoven with the temple rituals. The temple is renovated during the Kumbha Parva. In 1992, Madhya Pradesh Government and the Ujjain Development Authority contributed unique repairs and made necessities for the stay of the pilgrims. The same would be done for the forthcoming Simhastha too.