Legends - Then & Now

Sprawling over 2 acres of land, this magnificent Mandir was initially constructed in 1967 by Sri Dulichand Ji Tulsyan who was a big devotee of Rani Sati Mandir, located at Jhunjhunu in Rajasthan. He built a small temple at Birmitrapur. In 1987, his grandson, Sri Gopalji Tulsyan took over the management. Under him, the mandir was subsequently renovated in the years 1992 and 2000. Rani Sati Temple is run by a trust, headed by Gopalji Tulsyan.

Staying Facilities for Devotees

A visitor or devotee can also stay over at a nominal cost. There are 31 rooms with modern facilities for the stay of devotees. Also there is a 3 storey building with composite rooms for group stays. Also there are 2 community halls in the temple premises which are often used for social and religious purposes. There's also provision for meals at a nominal cost in the form of prasads. On special occasions like Bhado Amavasya & Mangsir Navami, special pujas are offered with special cultural activities and bhajan sandhya by renowned artists like Rajendra Jain.

To sum it up, this temple has marked its presence on the tourism map of Odisha, turning Birmitrapur into a centre of pilgrimage in the state.

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