Home Lifestyle News If you are planning to go to Ujjain to visit Mahakal, then know the rules of the temple here – India TV Hindi

If you are planning to go to Ujjain to visit Mahakal, then know the rules of the temple here – India TV Hindi

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If you are planning to go to Ujjain to visit Mahakal, then know the rules of the temple here – India TV Hindi

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Ujjain Mahakal

If you want to visit Mahakaleshwar in Ujjain on Mahashivratri, then you can make a plan. Mahakal is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas. There is a temple of Mahakal in Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh. Devotees of Bhole Shankar, the conqueror of sorrow and crisis, reach here from all over the world. If you have not yet gone to see Mahakal then you can make a plan. Let us know how you can travel to Ujjain. What are the rules in Mahakal temple and how can you visit?

How can Mahakal reach Ujjain?

People living in Delhi NCR have three options to reach Ujjain: bus, train and flight. Train travel is good in terms of budget and comfort. You can reach Indore by taking Indore Superfast Express from New Delhi at 06:45 in the morning. From the railway station you can take a bus or taxi to reach the temple.

Visiting temples in Ujjain

Harsiddhi Mata Temple

Bada Ganesh Temple
Mahakal Temple
Kaal Bhairav ​​Temple
Garhkalika Temple
Harsiddhi Mata Temple

VIP Darshan in Mahakal

If time is short then you can avoid the crowd of the temple and have VIP darshan. There is a ticket counter near Bada Ganesh Temple from where you will get a token of Rs 250 and you will reach for darshan through the VIP entrance.

rules of mahakal temple

Use of mobile phones is prohibited in the Mahakal temple premises. For darshan in the sanctum sanctorum, it is mandatory for men to wear dhoti and kurta and for women to wear saree. You cannot go inside the temple in western clothes. On normal days, people are allowed to enter the sanctum sanctorum of the temple from 1 pm to 4 pm. Plan your darshan accordingly.

Visit to Kaal Bhairav ​​Temple

It is said that after seeing Mahakaleshwar, it is also necessary to see Kalbhairav. Without this your journey is considered incomplete. Kalabhairava is 5 kilometers away from Mahakal temple.

There will be no need for any planning to go here! This hill station is just 5 hours away from Delhi.

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