Mahakaleshwar going students can have their industrial visit in Dewas, Dewas The Soya Capital of India has many big Industrial units. The largest companies include Tatas, Kirloskers, Arvind Mills, S Kumars, Tata – Cummins, Gajra Gears,Gabriel India Ltd, Ranbaxy Labs, Steel Tubes and the Bank Note press. One of the industrial attraction in the region is MP wind farms at Hills of Jamodrani (12 Km. from Dewas). Presently 58 Wind Electricity generators (WEG) are installed, each having a capacity of 225 Kilowatt. Project of 15 MW by M.P. Wind farms Limited is almost complete, out of which 13.05 MW WEG has already been commissioned.

Located in the ancient city of Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh, the temple of Mahakaleshwar Temple is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas in India. One of the oldest places of pilgrimage, the temple finds mention in ancient texts and scriptures and has been eulogised by the great Sanskrit poet and dramatist in emotive terms.

Mahakaleshwar Temple, with its astonishing architectural beauty, dominates the skyline of Ujjain and instills a sense of reverence among the devotees. The lingam at this spiritually important shrine is believed to be swayambhu (self-arisen).

Sights to See

Mahakaleshwar Temple 

Believed to be a Swayambhu (self-created) Jyotirlinga Mahakaleshwar temple is located near a lake and has five levels, one of which is underground. Bounded by massive walls, the shrine is characterised by a shikhara adorned with sculptural beauty which dominated the Ujjain’s skyline.

Legend has it that a demon named Dushanan used to torment the inhabitants of Avanti (former name of Ujjain). Lord Shiva appeared rose from the ground and destroyed the demon. On the request of the residents of Avanti, took up permanent abode here as Mahakaleshwara.


Devas (37 km)
The place attracts devotees for its hill-top temple of Devi Chamunda.

Maksi (39 km)
Located in the Shajapur district, it is known for Jain shrine.

Mandsaur (154 km) 
Administrative headquarters of the district of the same name the city is fmous for the Ashtamukhi Pashupatinath Temple.



  • Arvind Mills
  • M.P. Wind farms Limited

And many More Industries for more information see state wise list of Industries

Nagda (60 km)

Situated on the bank of Chambal River, Nagda is an industrial town with ancient temples.

Agar (66 km)
Once a Princely State, Agar is an ancient archaeological site attartcing history buffs.

Sailana (126 km) 
Famous for its cactus garden with over 1,200 species of cactii, it has one of the biggest collections in the world. 


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Nearest airport is at Indore (55 km) which is connected by flights with Delhi, Bhopal and Mumbai.

Ujjain is connected with Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Ahmedabad, Allahabad, Kolkata, Chennai & Cochin.
Regular bus services connect Ujjain with Indore, Bhopal, Ratlam, Gwalior, Mandu, Dhar and Omkareshwar.

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