Location: An ancient fabric trade center of Ujjain, Bhairogarh is a little village located very near to Sidhawat.
Description: Famous for its ancient techniques of cloth printing, Bhairogarh was used for trading exquisitely printed fabric, along with its amazing tie and die paintings, to other countries like Rome and China. Even today, the village remains the main center for exporting superbly painted and printed textiles. In spite of the fact that people are adopting modern trends for printing textiles, the fabric of Bhairogarh sustains a special place. Batik art is mainly used in this village for hand printing. There is a large community of printers here, who specialize in making lugda, jajams, oudhnis and quilts. Cloth printing will surely attract you towards the shopping areas here. So, select from hand block-printed saris, dupattas, dress material, bed sheets and much more. Ujjain is famous all around India for its Batik saris available in contrast color schemes. To know more, you must visit Bhairogh, an ancient village.
Activities: Kal Bhairav Temple in Bhairogarh is one of the most popular shrines dedicated to Lord Bhairava, a manifestation of Lord Shiva. You may see some unique types of rituals performed by holy men at the shrine.