The temple of Harsiddhi Devi is prominent in the ancient and important shrines of Ujjain Nagar. Harsiddhi Devi was worshipped by Emperor Vikramaditya at this temple, a little farther from the Chintaman Ganesh Temple and on the banks of the Rudrasagar pond. Harsiddhi Devi vaishnava sect was adorable. According to Shivpurana, the elbow of Sati fell here after the efficient sacrificial fire.
Shri Bada Ganesh Temple
The magnificent statue of the big Ganesha is distinguished on the Harsiddhi Marg near Shri Mahakaleshwar Temple. The temple complex also vairajajait the Panchmukhi Hanuman statue of Saptametal as well as statues of Navagraha temple and Krishna Yashoda etc.
The temple of Annapurna Devi is located in close to vishwanath temple and is worshipped as a goddess providing the food and nourishment of Parvati Ji in this temple. Devotees come here and donate charity freely. It is believed that the temple was built in the 17th century by Peshwa Baji Rao.
Gopal Mandir is the second largest temple in Ujjain Nagar. The temple is located in the busiest area between the city. The temple was built around 1833 by Maharani Bayja Bai of Maharaja Daulatrao Scindia. The temple has a Krishna (Gopal) statue. The silver gates of the temple are another attraction here.
According to the Puranas, Ujjain City is called the mother of Mars. Those who have a heavy Mars in their horoscopes come here to worship for the peace of their negative planets. It is said that this temple is centuries old. Every Tuesday, there is an influx of devotees to this temple.
The Mahakaleshwar temple in Ujjain is one of the major twelve Jyotirlingas of India. The identity of the Mahakaleshwar temple is described in detail in various Puranas. From Mahakavi Tulsidas to Sanskrit literature, many famous poets have described this temple. The statue of Mahakaleshwar is south-facing. In tantric tradition, the importance of the famous southern-facing puja is only to Mahakaleshwar in twelve Jyotirlingas. Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlig is divided into three sections Mahakaleshwar, Omkareshwar and Shri Nagchandeshwar. The main attractions of the Mahakaleshwar temple are lord Mahakals Ash Aarti, Nagchandeshwar temple, Royal ride of Lord Mahakal etc. It is said that your Mahakaleshwar darshan is incomplete if you do not see the ash Aarti of Mahakal every morning.