Rani Sati Dadi History, Timings, Bhajan, Route Info
Rani Sati Dadi History
As per the folklore, Rani Sati believed to be Uttara, wife of Abhimanyu during Dwapara Yuga. Uttara decided to immolate herself along with Abhimanyu pyre. Lord Krishna interrupted her and told her that wish will be granted in the next birth. Uttara born to Gursamal as Narayani. Abhimanyu for Jaliram and called by Tandhan. Tandhan and Narayani married and leading a happy life. King Hissar Son was very interested in Tandhan’s Horse. Tandhan refused to give to King’s Son. King’s Son decided to take it by force. The war went between Tandhan and King’s Son. Tandhan killed King’s Son on the battlefield. Angered King Killed Tandhan before Narayani. Angered Narayani fought bravely with the King and Killed the King. Narayani decided to perform Sati along with her Husband and ordered Ranaji to make the arrangements. Ranaji fulfilled her wish, Hence the name Rani Sati.
The major festivals at this temple on Bhadwa Amavasya and Mansir Badi Navmi. Temple is heavily crowded on these days.
Rani Sati Dadi Timings
Morning Hours: 5:00 am – 1:00 pm
Evening Hours: 3:00 pm – 10:30 pm
Darshan: Free entry for all the devotees.
Temple timings might change on special days due to the crowd. Aarti is offered 5 times a day.
How to reach Rani Sati Dadi Mandir?
- The nearest airport is at Jaipur which is 184 Km away.
- The Temple is 208 Km from Delhi International Airport.
- The nearest railway station is at Jhunjhunu which is 5 Km away.
- The direct train available from Delhi, Sikar, Rewari
- The direct bus is available from Sikar and other major cities to the temple.
- Taxi/ Cab is available from Delhi/ Jaipur cities.
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