Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga Temple Prasad, Ujjain
Mahakaleshwar is the Lord of time and Death. One of the 12 jyotirlingas in India, the lingam at Mahakal is accepted to be swayambhu (conceived of itself) inferring momentums of force (shakti) from inside itself as against alternate pictures and lingams which are customarily settled and contributed with mantra-shakti.
The sanctuary has five levels, one of that is underground. Metal lights light the path to the underground sanctum or Garbha Griha where the Jyotirlinga is arranged. The Linga is huge in size and is circled by a snake of silver. On one side of the Linga there is the symbol of Lord Ganesha while on the other side, icons of Goddess Parvati and Kartikeya are introduced. The symbol of Mahakaleshwar is known to be dakshinamurti, which implies that it is confronting the south. This is a special gimmick, maintained by the tantric shivnetra custom to be discovered just in Mahakaleshwar among the 12 Jyotirlingas.
Maha Shivaratri is most important festival celebrated near the Mahkaleshwar temple. All followers that come to take an interest in the well known Kumbh Mela sorted out year on the banks of the Kshipra River think of it as essential to look for gifts of Lord Mahakaleshwar.
What Will You Receive?
You will be receiving the Mahakaleshwar blessings along with the special worshiped laddoos, Rudrasha beads and photo of Mahakaleshwar from Mahakaleshwar Jyothrlinga Temple.