About Kaliadeh Palace
Owing to the beautiful architecture it displays and the scenic location it sits on, Kaliadeh Palace easily finds itself among the most iconic historical places to visit in Madhya Pradesh. This palace, located on the bank of the river Shipra, is one of the most captivating monuments made in Persian architecture in Madhya Pradesh.
Built by the Sultan of Mandu in 1458, this is among the most captivating places to see in Ujjain. The palace was damaged by Pindaris, but was later restored by Maharaja Madho Rao Scindia in 1920. Amidst all the religious sites and ghats in Ujjain, this place offers something different to the tourists exploring the city – Kaliadeh Palace intrigues architecture and history enthusiasts alike.
The fascinating riverside position of the palace makes it an ideal spot for picnics.
Timings: 9 AM to 6 PM
Location: Banks of Shipra River, Ujjain
Distance from Ujjain Bus Stand: 7.3 km