7 Nights 8 Days
Tour Type
National Tours
Group Size
Tour Guide
1 Mentor
Madhya Pradesh

Ujjain – Indore (7 Nights 8 Days)

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Tour Price Includes:

  • Meeting and assistance on arrival/departure at railway Airport/hotel by our representative.
  • Accommodation for Total 04 nights on sharing basis on Room plus breakfast and dinner on fixed menu/buffet basis.
  • Total 04 Breakfasts and dinner as mentioned in the program.
  • Arrival / Departure transfers, sightseeing/ excursions and surface travel as per the above program by Air-Conditioned Vehicle

Tour Price Excludes:

  • Any services other than the ones mentioned above
  • Air fares, train or flight tickets
  • Guides, entrances, activities
  • Meals other than those mentioned above
  • Any items of Personal nature like, telephone calls, laundry, drinks, Camera fees or tips etc.

Please Note:

  • Rates are on Per Person Basis in Indian Rupees.
  • Quotation is based on using base category room at all the hotels.
  • The Chauffer driven private transport is for client’s exclusive use.
  • Vehicle will be provided for exact itinerary specified.


Explore Madhya Pradesh: The Heart of Incredible India -dotted with Innumerable monuments, intricately carved temples, stupas, forts and palaces and home to cultural and spiritual heritage of almost all the religions. It’s a place where Astrology began and developed.

Assemble at Howrah at………hrs. Leave Howrah by………Up……………..…..mail/Express departing at………………….hrs for Ujjain.
Upon arriving at Indore railway station / airport or Ujjain Railway station meet by our company representative who will meet and greet you and drive to Ujjain “The Kingdom of Mahakal” Arrive Ujjain & transfer you to hotel. Check-in and overnight at the hotel.
After breakfast proceed to visit Mahakal Temple, Mahakal Corridor, Kaal Bhairo Temple, Gopal Temple, Mangalnath Temple & Ram Ghat of Shipra River. This holy city in the state's southwest is regarded as one of the seven holiest cities in India, making it one of the most popular Hindu pilgrimage destinations. Ujjain is particularly associated with Lord Shiva in the fierce form of Lord Mahakal, the destroyer of all elements, who protects the city. The existence of Ujjain as an urban center can be traced all the way back to about 700 BC when it was known as Avantika, the capital of the Avanti kingdom, as mentioned in the Hindu epic The Mahabharata. Ujjain is one of four holy places where drops of amrit (the nectar of immortality) fell during a legendary fight between gods and demons, known as Samudra Manthan.The Kumbh Mela festival is held once every 12 years. The festival at Ujjain is called the Simhastha Kumbh Mela due to the certain configuration of planets. The corridor is being built around the centuries-old Mahakaleshwar Temple. It is known to be one of the 12 existing ‘jyotirlingas’ in India. All these twelve jyotirlingas are hugely visited by devotees across the nation. At the beginning point of the corridor, two gateways, namely Nandi Dwar and Pinaki Dwar are erected. Visitors can march towards the magnificent temple through these gates. The sanctum sanctorum of Mahakal Temple is the home to the ‘swayambhu’ Shivling, which is believed to have originated from that place on its own. Lakhs of devotees visit this place to worship the lord, Shiva. Number of visitors increases during the Shravan season or Mahashivratri. The newly revamped Mahakal Lok will also consist of a colonnade of 108 ornate pillars. These pillars are made of beautifully carved sandstones. Along with this, gushing fountains and mural paintings are other highlights of the place. As many as 50 mural paintings are created on a running panel to depict the stories of Lord Shiva from ‘Shiv Purana’ to the visitors. Later in the evening visit Mata Harsiddhi Temple one of the 51 Shaktipeeth followed by enchanting Aarti ceremony. Evening Arti here is a divine and splendid experience. Temple has 2 towers of Diyas which is lightened up every evening during the Aarti. There are a total of 726 lamps in each tower. Those whose wishes Goddess fulfill, contribute to lightning diyas. Later return to your hotel & Overnight at Ujjain.
Morning after breakfast, check-out from the hotel and drive to Maheshwar via-visiting Omkareshwar. It can only be termed as a blessing by the lords and mother nature, that Omkareshwar, the sacred island, is shaped like Om - the holiest symbol of Hinduism. It is adorned with lofty hills, between which the river Narmada forms a serene pool. A cantilever type bridge running over river Narmada. It is a 270 ft. hanging bridge that enhances the beauty of Omkareshwar Out of the major places to visit in Omkareshwar, the Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga shrine tops the list. Popularly known as 'Omkar Mandhata', it is one of the 12 Jyotirlinga shrines in India.Pilgrims in unimaginable numbers visit the shrine every year, seeking the blessings of Lord Shiva. Apart from the Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga temple the three storey Gauri Somnath Temple which is built in the shape of a peahen is also a place to see. Joining the list are Mahakaleshwar temple, Ashapuri temple, Siddhanath temple, Khedapati Hanuman temple, Rinmukteshwar temple, Mamleshwar temple, Kashi Vishwanath temple and Kedareshwar temple. Also worth visiting in the holy town are Govindeshwar Caves where Adi Shankaracharya is said to have received enlightenment and the other one is Gurudwara Omkareshwar Sahib where Guru Nanak stayed during his visit to the city. Trip to Omkareshwar can be concluded by watching Narmada meeting Kaveri at the sangam. The colourful ghats, rippling Narmada and divinity that reside in this town gives you many reasons to visit Omkareshwar once. After visits drive to Maheshwar. Arrive Maheshwar, check in at the hotel & proceed to visit the magnificent fort of Maheshwar & Rajwada. Situated on the banks of river Narmada, Maheshwar appeals to both, the pilgrim as well as the tourist in you. The town possesses a treasure trove of beautiful temples that calm the soul, alongside man-made creations that please the eyes. A centre of handloom weaving since the 5th century. Maheshwar has been producing the exquisite Maheshwari saris and fabric. The town also holds the distinction of being the capital of Rajmata Ahilya Devi Holkar’s empire during the 18th century. After visits in the evening one can enjoy boat ride (on direct payment basis) at Narmada River overlooking Maheshwar fort. After visit return to the hotel & Overnight at Maheshwar.
Morning after breakfast check-out from the hotel & drive to Mandu. Arrive Mandu & check in at the hotel & proceed to visit Jahaz Mahal, Hindola Mahal & Jahangir Mahal, Jami Masjid & Hoshang Shah Tomb. Mandu, due to its strategic position and natural defences, was an important place with a rich and varied history. It was an important military outpost and its military past can be gauged by the circuit of the battlemented wall, which is nearly 37 km (23 mi) and is punctuated by 12 gateways. The wall encloses a large number of palaces, mosques, Jain temples of 14th century and other buildings. The oldest mosque dates from 1405; the finest is the Jama Masjid or great mosque, a notable example of Pashtun architecture. The marble domed tomb of this ruler is also magnificent. Mandu or Mandavgad which is an uninhabited ancient city in the present-day Mandav area of the Dhar district. It is located in the Malwa region of western Madhya Pradesh. In the 11th century, Mandu was the subdivision of the “Tarangagadh”. This fortress town on a rocky outcrop about 100 km (62 mi) from Indore is celebrated for its fine architecture. An inscription discovered from Dhar district states that the word “Mandu” is believed to be a Prakrit corruption of “Mandapa Durga. The inscription is dated 555 CE, which indicates that Mandu was a flourishing town in 6th century. The slow soothing pace of Mandu makes you forget the fast-moving time and you literally enter a world of its own. Dotted with monuments, tombs and lush green gardens, Mandu is a fine example of rich heritage. Visit Baz Bahadur Palace is an interesting blend of Rajput and Mughal style. The main gateway to the palace is approached by 40 broad steps with landing at intervals. The main part of the palace is a spacious open court with halls and rooms on all four sides. These halls besides the king's personal spaces were used as meeting point for the public and court officials. Later visit Rani Roopmati Pavilion, as one climbs up the hill from the palace, one can reach Roopmati's pavilion The grandeur is built with arched structures and the monument speaks about the romantic history of king Baz Bahadur and Rani Roopmati. Later return to your hotel & Overnight at Mandu.
Morning after breakfast check-out from the hotel drive to Indore & Arrive Indore, and proceed for the local sightseeing of Indore including visits of Lal Bagh Palace (Closed on Monday), Bada Ganpati temple, Kanch Mandir, Rajwada, Khajrana temple. In the night one can experience the India’s only night food market “Sarafa Bazaar” where food comes to life every night and one can enjoy the unique taste & delicacies of Malwa here. After visits transfer to Indore railway station. Board train for onward journey.
Arrival Kolkata sweet memories of the trip.

Payment Terms: Rs. 5000 of total booking amount should be deposited at the time of booking.

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After booking but 50 days 300/-+40%
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