Famous as a hub for Batik printing, Bhairogarh is a small village near Sidhawat that served as a marketplace for the traders coming from Rajasthan and Gujarat during the Mughal Rule. Furthermore, the ancient village still has remnants of structures dating back to the 3rd and 2nd century BC. Even now, after 400 years, the charm of the place has not faded, and bed sheets and apparels with beautiful prints keep the name of Bhairogarh alive.
Textiles, painted and printed textiles at Bhairogarh are exported to many countries. Besides, oudhnis, quilts, and jajams with exquisite designs can be found here. The ancient village of Bhairogarh is, undoubtedly, one of the best Ujjain tourist places who want to learn about the unique type of textile printing and painting.
Bhairogarh falls under the must see places of Madhya Pradesh to witness some of the skillsets of the people of the Ujjain city.
Location: Sidhawat, Ujjain
Distance from Ujjain: Bus Stand: 5 km