Rani Sati Temple which is a Hindu temple. This temple is in Jhunjhunu district, Rajasthan state of India. The name of this temple comes in the largest temples of India. Rani Sati Temple is called Rani Sati Dadi Temple in the local language of Rajasthan. The temple is believed to be 400 years old. This temple is grand in itself. The artwork and unique painting of this temple adds four moons to this temple.
There are 13 sati temples in this temple complex with 12 small and 1 big temple which is of Rani Sati. There were 12 more sati in his family by 1762. The small beautiful artistic frosts of these 12 satis are made in a row of white marble. Whose recognition and worship are getting equal. In total, 12 satis occurred in Jhunjhunu. (1) Maa Narayani (2) Jeevani Sati (3) Poorna Sati (4) Piragi Sati (5) Jamana Sati (6) Tilli Sati (7) Bani Sati (8) Mainavati Sati (9) Manohari Sati (10) Mahadei Sati (11) Urmila Sati (12) Gujri Sati (13) Sita Sati.
There is a garden near the temple in which a huge statue of Lord Shiva is installed. The temple also has temples of Lord Hanuman, Sita, Thakur ji (Shri Krishna), Lord Ganesha and Lord Shiva.
It is notable for not having any paintings or idols of any female or male deities in this temple. Instead, the trident depicting power and force religiously is worshiped by the followers.
At this place Rani Sati lived between 13th and 17th. Rani Sati committed self-immolation on her husband's death, during which such self-immolation was called Sati. This was a tradition, which has now been banned by the Indian government. This temple is dedicated to commemorate this act of Rani Sati. Rani Sati is also known as Narayani Devi and is also known as Dadi.
The Marwaris of Rajasthan strongly believe that Rani Sati is the incarnation of Mother Durga. Rani Sati grandmothers from all other parts of the country along with the Marwari society of Rajasthan worship daily in their homes.
A special worship festival is organized on the occasion of Bhadra Amavasya. In the Hindu calendar, the dark half day of Bhadra month has special significance in the temple. The recognition of the temple is administered by the Marwari Temple Board of Rani Sati Temple Calcutta in Jhunjhunu. It is one of the wealthiest temple trusts in India. It is said that the earnings of this temple are much less than the Tirupati Balaji temple in South India.