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About Ujjain

Ujjain is the "Temple City" in the state of Madhya Pradesh. It is situated on the eastern bank of Kshipra River making it the famed Kumbh Mela. There are many historic places in Ujjain like Shree Mahakaleshwar Temple, Kalbhairava Temple, Kaliadeh Palace etc. It is the place where Lord Krishna, along with his friends Balarama and Sudama, received his education from Maharshi Sandipani. It still has the Sandipani Ashram, where one can find paintings of them receiving teachings. The Gomti kund is associated with the legend which tells about Lord Krishna filling it with the holy waters of all the rivers around so that his old Guru can do his daily rituals. Ujjain has India's first observatory (or Vedh Shala) called Jantar Mantar. A total of 5 Jantar Mantars were built by Maharaja Jai Singh between 1724 & 1735, of which only the one at Ujjain is still functional. In India, out of the 12 Jyotirlings, only Mahakaleshwar of Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh is situated in the south direction. People of Ujjain believe Mahakal to be their king and therefore worship the God. Ujjain has popular observatory called Ved Shala. This observatory is renowned for the contribution it has made in the astronomy for which Ujjain holds a special place. Hindu geographers take it as the first meridian of longitude since the 4th century and use it for astronomical calculations. Raja Jai Singh made his valuable contribution to the observatory later on. The History of this city states that initially the city was known as Ujjayini and as per epic Mahabharata Ujjayani was the capital of the Avanti Kingdom. The city is said to have been the residence of Ashoka (who subsequently became the emperor), at the time when he was the viceroy of the western provinces of the Maurya empire.

About Shirdi

Shirdi is famously known as the home of saint Sri Sai Baba which is the most important pilgrimage in Maharashtra. More than 60,000 people visit this temple every day and go to 500,000 during important days such as Gurupoornima, Dussehra, and Ramnavami. Ramkund is located close to Shirdi and it is dedicated to Lord Ram.Ramkund also attracts many tourists. Shani Shingnapur is located in Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra which is famous for the temple dedicated to Hindu god Saturn. Shani Shingnapur is famous for its custom of not locking doors of their houses followed by the locals. The villagers in the city believe that the temple is a ‘jagrit devasthan’ which means the temple is alive and god safeguards the temple and the nearby region. People believe that God punishes anybody who tries to steal. So the result is the fear of God Saturn that despite the absence of doors, there are no reports of thefts in the village. Lendi Baug is the beautiful garden which is situated at Shirdi-Manmade State highway. Sai Baba used to spend a lot of his time here watering the plants daily in the mornings and evenings. Chavadi is the place where Sai Baba used to spend alternate nights during his last years. He was taken there in a palki procession from Dwarkamai masjid. The same procession that took place then is also carried out even today on every Thursday with the same excitement and veneration. While in Shirdi, one can buy images, idols and paintings of Sai Baba.

Ujjain to Shirdi via Train

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Ujjain to Shirdi via Bus

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