The total straight line distance between Ujjain and Amarkantak is 613 KM (kilometers) and 800 meters. The miles based distance from Ujjain to Amarkantak is 381.4 miles. This is a straight line distance and so most of the time the actual travel distance between Ujjain and Amarkantak may be higher or vary due to curvature of the road .
The driving distance or the travel distance between Ujjain to Amarkantak is 739 KM and 33 meters. The mile based, road distance between these two travel point is 459.2 miles.
Wraped in the exquisiteness of Vindhya and Satpura range, the glorious Amarkantak is one of the most famous pilgrim hubs in the state of Madhya Pradesh. This heavenly destination is well-known as the origin of two great and renowned rivers, the Narmada and the Sone that unleash several stories about the history of Amarkantak. Located at a height of 1065 meters in the central Indian region, this legendary town is of great importance and is known as Theertharaja meaning the King of pilgrim sites. It also holds a very important place in the success of Madhya Pradesh Tourism.
Amarkantak in Sanskrit means the 'eternal source,' which is significantly linked with the sacred river Narmada, one of the most sacred and unique rivers of India. This place is visited by a large number of people every year including religious as well as nature-loving tourists, who loves to explore the uniqueness of the place. Some people believe that the famous Sanskrit poet Kalidas named the place 'Amrakoot', as there are a lot of mango (amra) trees in the town and so the place became 'Amarkoot'.