Char Dham temple

Rajkumar Jain

TEMPLE

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Char Dham temple is situated at a slight distance towards South side of Shri Harsiddhi Mata temple. In this temple ldlos were installed in the presence of Swami Parmanandji Maharaj and Swami Shanti Swaroopannandji Maharaj on 14th February, 1967 Too much attractive statues are instelled inside this temple. Dhams at one place. Here Swamijis residence and devotion room is also situated.
 
Aarti begins at 7-8a.m.and 6-7 p.m.if we were to offer our own puja (prayer) separately, we’d have to do it after the aarti and we might spend a couple of hours waiting. 
 
Char Dham Mandir is Famous Temple in Ujjain, You Can go Char Dham Mandir by citybus and Tempu. it is minimum 4 km From station to Char Dham Mandir . Minimum chrges of 10 Rs. by Bus and Tempu .you can reach Within 6 minites .you can also take Autoriksha and Tanga,By Ujjain Darshan Bus which is taken From Mahakaleshwar Temple.The Minimum Charges of this bus is Rs.40, you can Travel All famous Temple of Ujjain within 4-5 hour. 
 
There are many Hotel near of Char Dham Mandir - Kanha Hotel, Aashirvad Hotel shagun Hotel etc. The Speciality of hotel is that, it is situated just walking distance form Mahakleshwar Temple. 300 Meters form Harsiddhi Temple, walking distance form Bada Ganpati, 5 minutes walking from Gopal Mandir and just 300 Meters for Kshipra River and 5 minute walking distance from main market. Shagun Yatri Grah is a home away from home in Awantika Nagari(Ujjain)this Hotels have well facilated.They Provide A.C. and Non A.c.room as per Tourist Demand.


Near Harsiddhi temple
Ujjain MP INDIA

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