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Pandit Vijay Joshi Ji

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Pandit Vijay Joshi Ji

Pandit Vijay Joshi Ji is a highly renowned figure in Ujjain and Madhya Pradesh, as well as across various parts of the world. With a large number of educated and successful followers, including individuals in top positions in their respective sectors, Pandit Vijay Joshi Ji has earned widespread recognition. People from countries such as the US, UK, UAE, Canada, Russia, Japan, and more seek his guidance and solutions. Fondly known as Panditji, he is known for his expertise in performing a variety of pujas, yajnas, and rituals.
One of Pandit Vijay Joshi Ji’s notable skills is his mastery in predicting horoscopes and rashifal, and his calculations are highly regarded as accurate and reliable, especially when it comes to janampatri or janampatrika calculations. He has brought happiness to numerous individuals who were previously burdened with love-related issues and various other life problems. Today, you will witness many delighted faces thanks to Pandit Ji’s dedicated efforts in helping people overcome their challenges.

Ujjain Puja

Why is Ujjain Best For All Dosha Puja?

Ujjain is one of the oldest cities of India. It is located in the Malwa region of Madhya Pradesh state. In ancient times Ujjain was known by the names of Ujjayini and Avanti. It is situated on the eastern bank of River Shipra. Ujjain was referred to as Ozene by Ptolemy. Ujjain is one of the seven sacred cities of the Hindus. Ujjain is one of the four sacred places where the Kumbh Mela is held. The Kumbh Mela festival is held at Ujjain after every twelve years. Ujjain is also home to one of the twelve Jyotirlinga shrines in India.

Ujjain is considered a sacred city for the Hindus. The Mahakal Temple, housing one of the twelve Jyotirlingas, is the most famous and respected Shiva temple. Other important temples of Ujjain are Harsidhhi (Durga Temple), Chintaman Ganesh, Gadh Kalika, Kaal Bhairav and Magalnath. Since Ujjain is an ancient city, there are many monuments that have survived from the ancient period.
The most spectacular monument is the Kalideh Palace on the outskirts of the Ujjain city. It is a fine example of ancient Indian architecture. The Bhartuhari Gufa is an ancient cave which has some interesting legends associated with it. The observatory at Ujjain is another remarkable example. It was built Raja Jai Singh of Udaipur and put is one of the five such observatories in India and has many ancient astronomical devices.The most important religious event at Ujjain is the Simhasta Mela (also called the Kumbh Mela). The Simhasta Mela or the Kumbh Mela is held every twelve years in Ujjain. During the Kumbh Mela millions of devotees assemble at Ujjain to have a holy dip in the holy River Shipra. Another yearly event at Ujjain is the Kartik Mela. The Kartik Mela is a fair organized every year in the Hindu month of Kartik (around December) and attracts thousands of people from the nearby areas.

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Mahamrityunjay Puja

The Rudra Mantra or Mahamrityunjaya Mantra (महामृत्युंजय मंत्र) is an incredible

Angarak Dosh Puja

Angarak Dosh Puja in ujjain by our savant ji we educate you concerning Angarak Dosha

Rudrabhishek Puja

Rudrabhishek Puja in Ujjain is one of the most famous Vedic Hindu Rituals performed

Any Specific Puja

The Astro Vijay has become one of the most lofty scenes for Astrology associations in Ujjain,

Kaal Sarp Dosh Puja

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Mangal Dosh Puja

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Navgrah Shanti Puja

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History Of Ujjain

The history of Ujjain dated back to the 4th century when the great Emperor Ashoka ruled over the city and it was the capital of Avanti kingdom giving it the name Avantika. It was the time when first meridian of Hindu’s geography calendar was marked as passing through Ujjain. After the fall of Mauryan ruler, the Sungas and Satavahanas ruled the city and then came the Sakas that reigned there from 2nd to 4th century CE. Later on, Chandragupta II ruled over the city during the 5th and 6th century and it became an important centre in the field of astronomy and astrology. The famous mathematician Brahmagupta born here and it was Vikramaditya who began the Hindu Vikram Samvat Era in the country. After the Guptas, several other dynasties captivated the reign of Ujjain including the Paramara Dynasty, Chalukya Dynasty, Chandella Dynasty and the Rajputs. In the year 1235, the city was invaded by Delhi Sultan Iltutmish followed by Ala-ud-din Khilji in 1305. In the 15th century, the great king Akbar ruled the city and later on his grandson Aurangzeb took several efforts to preserve the grandeur of the ancient city of Ujjain. In the later period, the city got invaded by the Marathas and it remained as a part of the state of Gwalior before Independence. Finally in 1956, it got merged as a part of Madhya Bharat and declared as an important town of Madhya Pradesh.

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Tamples in Ujjain

Ujjain is taken into consideration to be an vital area of pilgrimage. It is domestic to many well-known temples which includes Kal Bhairav temple, Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga, Mangalnath Temple and Sandipani Ashram. Check out the entire listing of well-known Ujjain Mandir.

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Pooja in Ujjain

# Type Of Puja Amount (in Rs.)
General Puja
Shiv Mahimn Path
Rudrabhishesk Vaidik Puja
Shiv Mahimn Strot
Rudrabhishek (11 Avartan) Rudra Patha
Laghu Rudraabhishek (121 Paath) by 11 Brhamin
Maha Rudraabhishek
Mahamrutyunjay Jaap (1.25 Lakh jaap)
Bhanga Shringar

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