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Published on Dec 28, 2010
The video commences by describing this city of Kalidas as the 'City fallen from Heaven'. The video also suggests that ,the number of temples in the city of Ujjan is so large that if one comes here with two catloads of grain and offers only one handful at each temple, one would still run short of offerings. The video also mentions this ancient city which lies on the banks of river Shipra plays hosts to the Simhasth, famously known as the Kumbh Mela, every 12 years. One of the saptapuris, or the seven holy cities of India, it is supposed to grant moksha or liberation from the cycle of birth and death. The Mahakaleshwar Temple which enshires one of the twelve jyotilingas is one of the most sacred Lord Shiva temples in Ujjan apart from temples like the Harsiddhi and Gopal temples, both built by the Marathas during the 19th century. Also temples like Gadkalika, Mangalnath and Kal Bhairav temple and their significance get a mention in the video, alongwith the destinations like the Jantar Mantar and the Sandipani Ashram. How to Reach: Nearest Airport - Indore (55 kms) Nearest Rail Station - Ujjan By Road - Regular bus service is available from Indore, Khargone, Jalgaon, Khandwa, Omkareshwar, Maheshwar, Dhar and Bhopal. The video then takes us 55 kms away from Ujjan to this city built by Holkar Queen Ahilya Bai called Indore. The beautiful architecture of the most popular attraction 'the Rajwada' is described in a nutshell in the video creating nostalgia. The wonderful Chhatris featured in the video are a memorial of the Holkars. The video refers to the city as hussling, vibrant and that it is also called as 'Mini Mumbai' by many. How to Reach: Nearest Airport - Indore Nearest Rail Station - Well connected by all major cities By Road - Regular bus service is available from all major cities in Madhya Pradesh and connects directly through National highways through other states.