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Gandhavati Ghat in Ujjain – Vittal Pandarinath Temple in Ujjain

Gandhavati Ghat is the spot where Gandhavati River joins Shipra River. The ghat and the river is an important holy spot in the region. Some of the important temples located on Gandhavati Ghat are Kameshwar, Dudheshwar, Karkateshwar and Bighna Nayak Ganapati.

The three Shiva temples – Kameshwar, Dudheshwar, Karkateshwar – are part of the 84 Shiva Temples in Ujjain.

An important kund known as Anang Kund is located in the ghat area.

The place attracts hundreds of devotees during the Kumbh Mela.

Vittal Pandarinath Temple in Ujjain

Vittal Pandarinath Temple is a small but unique temple located within the world famous Mahakaleshwar Temple complex in Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, India. The shrine is exactly located near the corridor of the Lakshmi-Narasimha Temple in the complex.

The temple is unique because Lord Vittal is seen along with Rukmini and Radha.

Garuda the bird is also part the main murti worshipped in the temple.

A mask of Aatal and Patal can also be seen in the temple.