Ram Ghat, Ujjain is famous for its Kumbhmela. Ujjain is considered the Greenwich of India due to the fact that the first meridian of longitude passes through it. According to the Indian astronomers, the Tropic of Cancer passes through the picturesque city of Ujjain. The historical Ujjain is an ancient city of central India, in the Malwa region of Madhya Pradesh.
The city is located on the eastern bank of the Kshipra River. Ujjain is also well known for its various tourist attraction spots, among which the major ones are Mahakal Temple, Kaal Bhairav, Triveni (Nav Graha/ Shani), Harsidhhi (Durga Temple), Gadh Kalika, Chintaman Ganesh, ISKCON Temple, Sandipani Ashram and Mangalnaath.Ram Ghat, Madhya Pradesh is the oldest bathing ghat in Ujjain and has been used for that purpose for a s long as the Kumbh Mela has been held.
Kumbhmela is held in every 12 years at Ujjain. Ram Ghat, Ujjain is the most ancient bathing ghat in connection to the Kumbh celebrations. During the Kumbhmela lakhs of merit-seekers flock the city from each and every corner of the world and from all over India. These merit-seekers bathe to acquire merit at Ram Ghat in Ujjain in India.
The baths go on all through the year. You will also find tortoise in the river. Ujjain is quite well connected by rail and road. The major roads that connect Ujjain to other cities in India are Indore Road, Dewas Road, Maksi Road, Badnagar Road and Agar Road. The three major railway stations in Ujjain include Ujjain City Junction, Vikram Nagar and Chintaman (metre gauge).