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Sati (also spelled suttee) is an obsolete Hindu funeral custom where a widow immolated herself on her husband’s pyre, or committed suicide in another fashion shortly after her husband’s death
Sati (Sanskrit: सती / satī) is derived from the name of the goddess Sati, who self-immolated because she was unable to bear her father Daksha’s humiliation to her husband Shiva.

 

Rani Sati, also identified as Narayani Devi and referred to as Dadiji (grandmother), is said to be a Rajasthani woman who lived sometime between the 13th and the 17th century and committed sati (self-immolation) on her husband’s death. Various temples in Rajasthan and elsewhere are devoted to her worship and to commemorate her act.

Dadi ji Shri Rani Sati Temple is situated in jhunjhunu District in Rajasthan.A special Pujan utsav is held on the occasion of Bhado Amavasya (no moon day) in Shri Rani Sati temple jhunjhunu . This day the temple is full with devotees. People from all over the country visit this place to offer their puja to Goddess Sati Devi (Dadi Maa).

The history

The history of shriRani Sati dadi maa starts from the time of Mahabharata. It is believed that dadi Rani Sati

He also granted her wish of being married to Abhimanyu and her desire to be sati in her next life.

As granted by Lord Krishna, in her next life she was born as the daughter of Gursamal in the village of Dokwa in Rajasthan. She was named – Narayani. Abhimanyu took birth in Hissar as son of Jaliram and named – Tandhan. Tandan and Narayani got married and were leading a peaceful life. He was in possession of a beautiful horse which was being eyed by the son of king of Hissar from quite some time. Tandan refused to hand over his precious horse to the king’s son.
The king’s son then decides to forcefully acquire the horse and thus challenges Tandan for a combat. However Tandan fights the battle bravely and kills the King’s son instead. The enraged king thus kills Tandan in front of Narayani in the battle. Narayani symbolic to female bravery and power fights with the king and kills him. She then commanded Ranaji (the caretaker of the horse) to make immediate arrangements for her to be set ablaze along with her husband’s cremation.

Ranaji playing a vital role in fulfilling her wish to be sati with her husband is then blessed by Narayani that his name will be taken and worshiped along with her name and since then she is known as Rani Sati.

Beliefs of Temple The Rani Sati Temple in Jhunjhunu is administered by Marwari Temple Board from Calcutta. It is one of the wealthiest Temple trusts in India. It is said that earning of this temple amounts little less from that of Tirupati Balaji Temple in south India.

There are many organizations that have made numerous efforts for the sati puja to be banned. They perceive the practice and devotion of people to such number of Sati temples across India as the spreading and affirmation of Sati Pratha. To a certain extent it may be considered as a threat to people still living in the ancient era. However one can also not ignore the profits made by Sati Temple, through these devotees, which in turn has proved quite beneficial for the progress of natives. Ranisati Dadiji has shown millions of miracles and comes to the rescue of her devout in times of crisis. Her followers/worshippers are increasing by the day. Recently,Mrs. Bimala Devi Pulasaria of Calcutta, a devout dadiji follower was cured of cancer. Dadiji also saved the life of another devout Mr. Subash Agarwal also a resident of Calcutta of a fatal accident.

Temple Timing of Shri Rani Sati

Temple opens around 5am and remains opent to 1pm. 1pm to 3pm temple is closed. again at 3pm temple opens and close around 10:30 pm.
By Road Way

From Delhi: 240 km (Five hours of journey)
From Jaipur: 180 km (Three and a half hours of journey)
From Bikaner: 235 km (Four and a half hours of journey)

By Train

The town can be easily reached by express-trains with A.C. coaches from Delhi and Jaipur.
The traveling time by train from Jhunjhunu to Delhi is 6 hours.
The traveling time by train from Jhunjhunu to Jaipur is 5 hours.

By Airway

Nearest Airport is jaipur, Jodhpur

Shri Rani Satye Namah

Ya Devi Sarva Bhuteshu, Sati Rupen Sanshita Shree Rani Sati Maiya
Namastsaye Namastsaye, Narayani Namoh Namah
Beej Mantra Shri Rani Sati : Om Ayen Klin Shri Rani Satye Namah
Jaap Mantra Shri Rani Sati : Om Bhagwati Shri Rani Satye Namah
Shri Rani Satye Namah………
Ya Devi Sarva Bhuteshu, Sati Rupen Sanshita Shree Rani Sati Maiya
Namastsaye Namastsaye, Narayani Namoh Namah
Beej Mantra Shri Rani Sati : Om Ayen Klin Shri Rani Satye Namah
Jaap Mantra Shri Rani Sati : Om Bhagwati Shri Rani Satye Namah
Shri Rani Sati Dadi Ma Temple Aarti

Jai Sri Ranisatiji Mayya, Jai Jagdambe Sati l
Apne bhakt jano ki Mayya, Apne daas jano ki Mayya, Durr karo vippati ll om ll

Avani Anantar Jyoti Akhandit, Mandit Chahu Kumbha l
Durjan Dalan Khadg ki, Vidhut Sam Pratibha ll om ll

Markat Mani Mandir Ati Manjul, Shobha lakhi na pare l
Lalit Dhvaja Chahun Ore, Kanchan kalash dhare ll om ll
Ghanta ghanan ghadaval baaje, shankh mridang dhure l
Kinnar gaayan karte, ved dhwani uchare ll om ll
Sapta Matrika Kare Aarti, surgan dhyan dhare l
Vividh prakar ke vyanjan, Sriphal bhentha dhare ll om ll

Sankat Vikat Vidarani, Nashani ho kumati l
Sevak janhrid patle, Mridul karan sumati ll om ll

Amal Kamal Dal lochani, mochani traya taapa l
Sevan aayo sharan aapki, laaj raakho Maata ll om ll

Ya Mayyaji ki Aarti pratidin, jo koi nar gaave l
Sadan siddhi nav nidhiphal, mann vancchit paave ll om ll

Jai Sri Ranisatiji Mayya, Jai Jagdambe Sati l
Apne bhakta jano ki, Mayya durr karo vippatti ll om ll

Details

Date:
20 August
Time:
12:00 am
Cost:
Free
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Venue

Shri Rani Sati Puja
Shri Rani Sati mandir
Jhunjhunu , Rajasthan India
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