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Ghat Details

Ram Ghat

Ram Ghat

Along the banks of River Kshipra, many bathing ghats are located. The Shri Ram Ghat, also known as Ram Ghat is the most ancient bathing ghat and is very popularly visited during the Kumbh Mela. It is located near the Harsiddhi Temple.

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Triveni Ghat

Triveni Ghat

The temple of Navagraha, the nine planets, on the Triveni ghat of Shipra is a prominent centre of attraction for the pilgrims. There is a confluence of Khan river near Triveni ghat on the Shipra. Mythological sanctity of the invisible river Saraswati, associated with the story of Triveni-sangam, is attributed to this place also.

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Gau Ghat

Gau Ghat

Bathing Ghats on the auspicious occasion of Simhasth Maha Kumbh are the major attractions bringing together all the Hindus from the country. During the Simhasth Maha Kumbh lakhs of devotees swarm the bathing ghats.

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Mangalnath Ghat

Mangalnath Ghat

These three ghats are located near the bridge of the auspicious Mangalnath Temple, on the right and left banks of holy River Kshipra. These ghats were developed by the Water Resource Department for the purpose of the devotees who come for Simhasth Maha Kumbh or the Holy Bath.

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Siddhwat Ghat

Siddhwat Ghat

Siddhwat ghat is situated near Siddhawat Temple, on the left bank of River Kshipra. A road, next to the Sidhawat Temple, leads to this Ghat.

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Kabir Ghat

Kabir Ghat

Kabir ghat is situated on the left bank of River Kshipra, which is located on the right side of the Ujjain Barnagar road. One can reach the ghat from a lane, which extends on the left side of roads on the Ujjain Barnagar Road.

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Rinmukteshwar Ghat

Rinmukteshwar Ghat

This Ghat is situated near Rin Mukteshwar Temple. You will find an ancient statue of Lord Shiva's main host "Virbhadra" and old tree under which Rin Mukteshwar’s Lord Shiva lingam and ancient Ganesh idol are established.

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Bhukimata Ghat

Bhukimata Ghat

This ghat is situated on the left side of River Kshipra, near the famous Bhukimata Temple. A road extending from the left side of a big bridge on the Ujjain Chintaman Road leads to this Ghat.

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Datt Akhada Ghat

Datt Akhada Ghat

This ghat is situated on the left bank of River Kshipra, connecting Ujjain Barnagar Road.

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Chintaman Ghat

Chintaman Ghat

This ghat is situated on the left bank of River Kshipra, which flows under the Lalpul Railway Bridge located near a big bridge on the Ujjain Chintaman Road.

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Prashanti Dham Ghat

Prashanti Dham Ghat

This Ghat is situated in the atrium of Prashanti Dham Temple & towards the right coast of Kshipra river. The way to reach this Ghat is 1.5 KM Away from Ujjain-Indore Route by the right side of the temple.

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Sunheri Ghat

Sunheri Ghat

This ghat is situated on the right bank of River Kshipra, which lies towards the right side of a small lane on Ujjain Badnagar Road.

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Narsingh Ghat

Narsingh Ghat

This ghat is situated on the banks of River Kshipra, on the left side of which lies the famous Kark Raj Temple opposite Bhukimata Temple. The specialty of this temple is that it is located on the Tropic of Cancer passing through Ujjain.

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travels Ujjain is a city, in Madhya Pradesh state of India.

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