‘Bhasm-Aarti’ is the main highlight of the temple, performed every morning, during which the shivlinga is bathed with ash from a fresh funeral pyre.
Situated near the tank of the Mahakaleshwar Temple, Bada Ganesh Ka Mandir is famed for a large red ornate statue of Lord Ganesh.
Flanking the deity on both sides are Riddhi & Siddhi, goddesses signifying sanctity, fulfillment, prosperity and riches.
The temple also harbours a bronzed idol of a five-faced, panchmukhi, Hanuman.
Devotees usually visit the temple before starting and new venture or to get rid of all the worries.
Inside the temple, you will see finely-carved stone pillars and white shrine, which dates back to 11th or 12th century.
Slowly, the liquor level starts going down and you can see this miracle happening right in front of your eyes.
Situated on the bank of Kshipra river, Chintaman Ganesh is one of the oldest and biggest Ganesh temples in Ujjain.
Amongst the famous and highly revered temple of Ujjain, Kal Bhairav is located on the bank of river Shipra.
The temple is sacred to the guardian of the city, Kal Bhairav, who is also an incarnation of Lord Shiva or Mahakal.
Mahakaleshwar is the only jyotirlinga where its lingam faces south, and it also has a shree yantra inscribed on the ceiling above the grabhagriha.
During the Maha Shivaratri festival, a huge fair is held and the celebrations, worship go on through the night.
Situated in the historic city of Ujjain, Gopal temple is sacred to Lord Krishna.