Mahamaya Mandir Ratanpur History, Timings, Route info
This temple was built in the 12th century AD. King Kalinga Ratna Dev performed offered the first Pooja and Abhishek for the deities in 1050 AD. Temple architecture replicates Nagara construction style. The two deities inside the temple are Goddess Lakshmi and Goddess Saraswati. Temple will be heavily thronged with the devotees during Navaratri days.
During Navaratri days, Jyoti Kalasas will be lit by the temple trustees. This Akhanda Jyoti Kalasas which is in the temple premises called by Akhand Manookaamna Navratra Jyoti Kalasas. It is one of the 52 Sakthi Peetas.
Dress Code: Any decent outfit.
|1||6:00 am||Temple Opening Hours|
|2||6:00 am -12:00 pm||Darshan timings|
|3||12:00 pm – 12:30 pm||Bhog time. No Darshan during this time|
|4||12:30 pm – 8:30 pm||Darshan timings|
|5||8:30 pm||Temple closing hours|
Temple remains open till 12:00 am during Navaratri days. It is free Darshan for all devotees.
How to reach Mahamaya Mandir Ratanpur?
- The nearest airport is at Raipur which is 130 km away.
- The nearest railway station is at Bilaspur which is 25 km away
- The direct bus and Taxi service available from Bilaspur to Ratanpur.
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