Ujjain is a historical city of Central India, situated in the Malwa region of Madhya Pradesh. Ujjain means city on ascendance with conquest scream. Ujjain comes from Ujjainee in ancient times, it is also called the gleaming area of the paradise and the holy city for the Hindus placed on the right bank of River Shipra. According to Hindu scriptures it was initially called Avantika.
Although the city's untimely history is vanished in the middle of the distant past by 6th century B.C. One of the 12 jyotirlingas in India, Ujjain is one of the seven blessed cities (Sapta Puri) of the Hindus, and the Kumbh Mela sacred festival is held there every 12 years. It moreover residence to Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga, one amongst the twelve Jyotirlinga shrines to the god Shiva and is also the place everywhere noble avatar got education with Balarama and Sudama from Maharshi Sandipani.
How To Reach Ujjain
Ujjain doesn't have an airport of its personal The nearby airport is the 'Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Airport', situated in Indore, placed 55 km away
Main roadways like Maksi Road, Indore Road, Dewas Road, Agra Road connect Ujjain to further places of India. The two bus stations of the lay are the Dewas Gate and NanaKheda. A huge figure of personal buses pursue from these bus station to Delhi (774 km), Bombay (655 km), Ahmedabad (402 km), Bhopal (183 km), Mandu (158 km), Indore (53 km), and Gwalior(451 km). Regular bus services are accessible for achievement here, from places like Indore, Bhopal, Gwalior, Mandu, Kota, etc.
Ujjain Junction Railway Station is a chief railhead on the Western Railway network and connect the position to unlike parts of the nation. It deceit on the Bhopal-Nagada rail way. Some of the main express trains that halt in this place are Narmada Express, Avantika Express, Indore-Pune Express and the Malwa Express. Two further stations are Vikram Nagar and Chintaman (meter gauge) that make possible railway travel to the place.