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The Greenwich City of India

Ujjain is an ancient city situated in the Ujjain district of Madhya Pradesh. It is the largest city in the district and the fifth largest city in the state. Contributing to the tourism facet of the state, Ujjain is considered a prominent sacred destination and one of the most important places of pilgrimage for the ardent believers of the Supreme Hindu God, Lord Shiva.

Located on the eastern banks of Kshipra river, Ujjain was the foremost city of Malwa plateau in the bygone time and was known by many names like Ujjaini, Avantika, Amravati, Pratikalpa and Kummudduity. Being the study and research hub of the past, Ujjain is the place where Lord Krishna and his brother Balram and friend Sudama received education from Maharshi Sandipani. The city has a rich religious history and has been an eye to various important religious events of the time. The vibes at this place infuse hearts with something unique, pious and soul-satiating.

In the current scenario, the development of Ujjain has been emphasised under modern development scheme and consequently, the city is selected as one of the hundred cities to be developed as a smart city under Indian government’s Smart City Mission.

With a population of 515,215 people in an area of 152 kilometre square, the city of Ujjain attracts thousands of tourists every month. Pervaded with temples, fair-like marketplaces, the city of Ujjain promises to offer you a journey truly remarkable.

Here we become your guide as we take you to the land that is looked up to by millions of devotees and other tourists alike.

How to get there:

By Air: The nearest airport is Devi Ahilyabai Holkar International Airport at Indore (57.2 km).

By Rail: Ujjain Junction Railway Station connects you to the city.

By Road: Distance from some major cities:

Indore- 55.4 km 

Bhopal- 191.6 km

Mumbai- 641.2 km

Best time to visit:

Ujjain remains accessible throughout the year, however October to March are the best months to visit Ujjain. Since summers in Ujjain are hot and dry like in the rest of the state, the post-monsoon weather is the most favourable for exploring the city.

Winters in Ujjain are pleasant offering delectable street food options.

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Food in Ujjain
The cuisine of Ujjain consists of mainly Malwa food which is a churn of both Gujarati and Rajasthani cuisines. The most popular delicacy of the city is bhutte ka kees, prepared in ghee by grating corn along with milk. Chakki ki shaak, and daal baati are other popular Malwa dishes with which you can tantalise your tastebuds. An evening in Ujjain is all about local snacks. You can taste... .
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Shopping in Ujjain
Stone crafts, ethnic artifacts, dress materials, ethnic and modern jewellery and a lot of memories can be bought in Ujjain. The local bazaars remain busy throughout the year with tourists and locales. The best thing is that the bazaars are present near all the prominent points of the city. The handicrafts made by the local tribal community are extremely popular among tourists. Sold near... .
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