Geographically, this city is situated in centermost point of India. Ujjain possesses a profusion of mythological legends behind it. Hailing from the town itself, I would want to enter down five attractions to be put at foremost preferences if you are on holiday at this town.
Mahakaleshwar Temple. (Your quest to Ujjain would be regarded inadequate if you don’t pay off obeisance at this shrine). One of the twelve Jyotirlingas, a stop to the Mahakaleshwar shrine is the most elegant way to lead your trip. Generally, the auto-rickshaw costs around for this temple from Railway service and bus stop.
Ram Ghat. (banks of Shipra river). The tranquillity of the spot during the happy dawn hours and the tranquil atmosphere during the dawn drives it a set to rest with your loved ones and seek and settle with surroundings within.
The chapel of King Vikramaditya (alone one of its cordial in the entire nation) is settled behind the famous Harsiddhi temple.
Food shops in Ujjain are one of the spots which are never idle. You can have Ujjainis at these food stops at any given the time of day. The most excellent food to have in Ujjain is poha- jalebi, Namkeens, Daal-Baffle, sweets (Rabdi in specific). You can locate such stops and stands anywhere throughout the length of the place.
I have visited Isckon temples of Delhi, Mumbai and Indore but nothing can knock the feeling of one in Ujjain. The aarti that begins at 8.15 in the morning is a soul-satisfying sight for every devotee.