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About Rani Sati Mela 2016

 

Rani Sati Dadi Mela Dates in Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan

 

September 1, 2016
 
Rani Sati Fair is celebrated twice a year, on Magh- Krishna Navami and Bhadrapada Amavasya (August). It is held at Jhunjhunu in Rajasthan. The fair takes its name from Rani Sati, the first of the series of thirteen Satis of the Jalan family, who immolated herself on Magh Krishna Navami day. The last Sati was performed on Bhadrapada Amavasya.
 
In 2016, Bhadrapada Amavasya will be celebrated on September 1. Rani Sati Fair will start on 31th August at 14:03 till 1st September at 14:33. 
 
Whereas this Amavasya in North Indian Hindu calendar is Saravanan Amavasya it is Chaitra Amavasya in Telugu, Kannada Marathi, and Gujarati calendars.
 
Rani Sati Mela in Jhunjhunu (northern Shekhawati) attracts millions of people and tourists from all over the world. The fair is held at the Rani Sati Mandir in Jhunjhunu.
 
Throughout the fair, devotes indulge in prayers to commemorate the memory of a merchant's widow who committed Sati, who sacrificed her life on her husband's pyre, in 1595.
 
The temple enjoys the distinction of being one of the ancient pilgrimages in the country. The temple is a historic and unprecedented work of genius that warrants a special visit.
 
It attracts thousands of people and tourists from all over the world. The fair is held at the Rani Sati Dadi Temple in Jhunjhunu. 
 
Every Year, on the occasion of Bhadrapada Amavasya or the no moon day a holy Pujan Utsav, is held in Jhunjhunu at the Rani Sati temple. Millions of devotees gather at the temple complex every year on this auspicious day and stand in a queue to get a glimpse of the majestic Shri Rani Satiji.
 

Rani Sati Dadi Mandir Contact Details

Address: Chobari Mandi Colony, Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan 333001
Phone: 01592 232 755
 

How to Reach Rani Sati Dadi Mandir, Jhunjhunu

 
By Air :
Indian Airlines and Jet Air are having flights up to Jaipur, from where it is a 4-hour drive in Taxi or Bus.
 
By Road :
From Delhi: Delhi to Luharu - Pilani - Jhunjhunu
From Jaipur : Jaipur - Choumu - Ringas - Jhunjhunu
 
By Railway:
The Nearest Railway Station to Rani Sati Mandir are Ringus, Jaipur, and Delhi is the nearest railway stations to Jhunjhunu
 
The nearest railway station to Rani Sati Mandir is Shyampura Railway Station which is 14 km away from Rani Sati Temple.
 
Trains From Delhi To Ringas: Ajmer Express, Chetak Express, Shekhawati Express.
 
Trains From Delhi To Jaipur: Ashram Exp, Ahmedabad Delhi Mail, Inter-city Exp, Ahmedabad Rajdhani Exp. (Sat), New Delhi-Ajmer Shatabdi Exp.
 


 
 

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