For me, it’s surely Ujjain! That place has my heart. Blessed to attend the Bhasma aarti in the morning, Ujjain has its own stories.
With this book, I relived those precious memories. Aabhavatsa Aabha in her book Conquering the Enemy, blessed by Ujjain, Shares about her journey to this beautiful place. She shares the stories behind each place and her experience there.
Witness the Beauty of Ujjain, Mahakaleshwar and Omkareshwar with her words. The importance of Sandipani Ashram, the wandering stories there. She shares the list of 84 temples of Mahadeva there, the Bhairavas residing in Ujjain and the smallest details that we should add to our itinerary.
She shares about the Bhils of Madhya Pradesh, the importance of the Narmada river and the stories there. Candidly narrated with a simple, engaging writing style, the readers are going to witness some amazing stories around Ujjain.
It’s an amazing travel experience and Aabha makes it more vibrant and fun with her words and the details she added.
Not to forget the amazing pictures and the concept of conquering the inner demons during this spiritual travel experience. With vivid and descriptive narration, it’s a beautiful book that expresses the beauty of Ujjain.
Loved reading this one. Especially the stories of temples and places around Ujjain and the Yogini Mandir.
A simple, refreshing and light read that you can opt for if you love discovering new places.
Can travel spring a surprise? Can three nights and four days bring about a transformation? Can a city lead you on a trail of soul searching? The answer is yes, if the city is a pilgrimage. When the author gets a call from none other than Mahakal Jyotirling to visit the ancient city of Ujjain by the banks of the sacred Shipra river, she experiences a spiritual awakening. An awakening bordering on euphoria long after she had left the city. A week after the darshan of Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling, she has a calling to pen this book.The aim : to conquer the seven enemies, hatred, anger, lust, greed, jealousy, arrogance and fear. The book is a tapestry of Ujjain woven with the seven enemies of the soul and the desire to be free of them, post a darshan of the city and its neighboring towns. With illustrations by the veteran Australia based artist Avijit Sarkar and colored photographs, this unique book will take you on a travel based spiritual journey.
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