Mahakaleshwar Temple in Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva. Images of various god and Goddesses, Apsaras and Kichakas adorn the walls and pillars of the temple. Also, the Lingam of the Mahakaleshwar temple is the largest in size among all other Jyotirlingas. Some of the places near Mahakaleshwar Temple are:
It is located just 400 mt away from the Mahakaleshwar temple. This temple is one of the Shakti Peethas according to the Hindu mythology. Devotees also believe that Sati’s elbow fell here when the Sudarshana Chakra in the Daksha Yagna episode of the Hindu tradition cut her body.
Ram Janardhan Mandir
Raja Jai Singh constructed this temple in the 17th century. The specialities of the temple include the 11th-century sculpture of Govardhandhari Krishna, 10th-century sculpture of Vishnu as well as the 12th-century idol of Trimurti.
Kala Bhairava temple
Beliefs say that King Bhadra constructed this temple over the ruins of an old demolished temple. Further, this temple was of great significance during the Paramar period.
Chintamani Ganesh temple
The Goddess Riddhi and Siddhi are present on two sides of Lord Ganesh. Devotees also offer special prayers to the god every Wednesday in the month of Chaithra. Also, it is a very popular temple among the places near Mahakaleshwar Temple.