The temple of Gadkanika Devi is dedicated to Kalika Devi. Mahakavi Kalidas was a worshipper of Gadkanika Devi. The temple was rebuilt by Maharaja Harsh Vardhan during the seventh century. The temple is believed to have been established during the Mahabharata period, but the statue is of the true age. A crowd of thousands of devotees gather for darshan at this temple of Maa Kakika. Goddess Kalika is considered to be the goddess of the tantriers. In view of the grandeur of this temple, the Maharaja of Gwalior also rebuilt it. The river Shipra flows from near this temple.
2. Mahakaleshwar, Madhya Pradesh
This jyotirling of Lord Shiva, located near river Shipra in Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh, is called Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling. It is said that the devotees who visit Mahakaleshwar are also afraid of the call. The temple is located in a large complex, where many small temples of other deities are located. If you want to receive the grace of Lord Shiva, you must visit Mahakal in Sawan.
3. Ashoka Pillar, Madhya Pradesh
The Ashok Pillar, the national symbol of India and the emperor Ashoka is a symbol of the journey of Sarnath, the stone-built Ashoka pillar is an impressive structure with four lions on top. This 50-meter-long pillar is a gift of Buddhism to Ashoka by the Ashok with a dharmic stupa. In the Ashoka Pillar premises, you can see many monks meditating, the whole complex is full of lush lawn which attracts tourists very much. Explain that Indias oldest archaeological museum is built in the periphery of this complex. The Dhammak Stupa located here is an important place for the Buddhists, here Lord Buddha had first preached his lessons.