Rani Sati Temple, Birimitrapur
Rani Sati Temple, also known as second Jhun-Jhun Dham is located in Birimitrapur, a small town on the Odisha -Jharkhand border famous for limestone mines. Rani Sati Temple spread over two acres of campus run by a trust, headed by Gopalji Tulsian. Besides Rani Sati temple other temples in the premises are Sita Ram Temple, Ganesh Temple, Hanuman Temple, and Shiva Temple.
Temple was constructed in 1967 and then was renovated in the years 1992 and 2000. The white marble temple structure is decorated with art works (especially one on the ceiling), costumed with silvery metal sheets and has a golden top. Day of attraction is on auspicious days like Bhado Amavasya or the no-moon day when special pujas are offered.
Contact Info:Shree Rani Satiji Mandir
- Photography is not allowed inside the temple.
- No separate parking facility available.
How to reach:
Rani Satiji Mandir is about 35 Km from Rourkela on NH23 towards Ranchi. Private/hired vehicle is the best way to reach the temple. Bus service from Rourkela to Birimitrapur is also available. A passenger train from Rourkela runs daily to Birimitrapur Railway station in the morning.