Places of Interest
Baijnath Mahadev Temple
Baijnath Mahadev Temple is located on the Susner Road (Ujjain-Kota Road National Highway 27) of the district Agar-Malwa. Baijnath Mahadev Temple is one of the major tourist and religious places of the district Agar-Malwa. This is the only temple of India which was built by the British. The temple is situated on the banks of River Banganga, its construction started in 1528 and it was completed in 1536. The height of the temple peak is about 50 feet.
Baglamukhi Mata Temple
In Madhya Pradesh, this temple is situated on the banks of the river Lakhundar in Nalkheda, Tehsil of Agar district of the Trishakti Mata Baglakumi. Dwapar Yugin This temple is very strange. Here the Shaivas and Shakta Margi saints and saints from all over the country come to Tantric rituals.In this temple, besides Mata Baglakumati, Mata Lakshmi, Krishna, Hanuman, Bhairav and Saraswati are also present. This temple was established by Maharaja Yudhishthira on the instruction of Lord Krishna to win Mahabharata. It is also recognized that the heretical image is self-contained here.
Mothisagar pond (Big pond)
Excavation of the Motiasagar summit of Agar was done in 1052 by Abhay Ram Banjara. During this excavation, he sacrificed his son and daughter-in-law, it is said that in the memory of them, an umbrella of Nama Samadhi has been built between the middle of the pond. In ancient times, there was the residence of Banjara tribes, he was the leader of Abhayr. Spread over 428 Bigha, this Motisagar tank is still famous for the beauty of Agar.
Someshwar Mahadev Temple
Village on the Ujjain road of Agar district, on the Gundakalan road from village Tanodia, Gokul village is near village Raghogarh, village Sunaria, about 1 km west of this village. This is the famous temple in the middle of the small blacksmith, it is believed that Pandavas had established Lord Someshwar during the unknown. It is about 25 km away from Agar.
Maa Tulja Bhavani
2 km east of Agar city At the distance is the ancient temple of Maa Tulja Bhavani situated in the natural cave. The distance of this temple from Kanad Road to south direction is 1 km. Is there.
Pachetti Mata Temple
In ancient times, these ancient sculptures were immortal in the dense forest, slowly the people began to come here, the miracles of Mataji grew and people came here and today a grand temple has been built, which is still in the jungle. Gram Pacheti is situated nearby and there is a blessing of completion of coconut.
The district’s large irrigation project in the west direction of the temple is the Tillar Dam Sthat, which is built in 1990.
District headquarter, Agar, Pachetti Mata’s distance of 22 km Is there. There is a paved road for the tiller dam near the village Bagrakheda on Kanad Road, 2 km below the tiller dam. Pacheti village is situated, 1 km from the village Mother Rani is heritage in the forest in the east.
Chausath Yogini Mata Temple
1 km from village Suigaon on the Nalkheda road from Agar Nagar. 1 km away from the main road away from the main road Mom is the ancient temple of Yogini in the thick forest. Here the tree of the well is in abundance.
This is also the famous temple of Chautha Yogini, on the banks of the Kanthal river in Soyate town.
Manshapurn Ganapati Chipiya Goshari (Agar)
8 kms from Agar on Vadod Road Shree Ganesh Goshhi Chipa is the same, that is the beautiful temple of Shri Ganeshji built in the foothole of the hill, here the idol is very ancient.
This is Ganesh Gosala which contains about 1000 songs, this area is naturally beautiful.
Kewda Swami Bhairavnath Temple
There is Kewada Swami Bhairavnath Temple near the official Animal Breeding Farm Agar on the famous Motasagar Talab of Agar, the idol here is unique and lies in the trunk of a huge tree.
It is believed that Bhairav Maharaj used to disturb people in the form of hair, the devotees had stopped through the mechanism by planting the tree, since then the tree is planted for the purpose of this tree.
This is Kevada flower garden. It is believed that this idol was established in 1424 by Lord Raghau Dev of Gujarat. Here travelers come from distant places.