Satidham Mandir is a Hindu temple dedicated to Shri Rani Sati Dadiji. Shri Rani Sati Dadiji origins in Jhunjhunu, Jhunjhunu district, in the state of Rajasthan, India. The temple devoted to Shri Rani Sati, a Rajasthani lady who lived sometime between the 13th and the 17th century and committed Sati on her husband’s death. It is the preeminent pilgrimage site of Marwari.
Satidham Mandir Amravati is one of the divine and splendiferous temples of the district. This splendiferous temple was founded by Shri Madhusudhanji Shivchandraiji Jhunjhunwala and Built on 10th July 1975 the temple is located at Rallies Plot, Jaistamb Square, Amravati, which is almost at the heart of Amravati central town.

Story of Shri Rani Sati Dadiji

The story of Shri Rani Sati Dadiji starts from the time of Mahabharata ie ancient times. Uttara is the wife of Abhimanyu son of Arjun and her desire is to be Sati with her husband, who was a veergati in the war of Mahabharata.
As by Lord Krishna’s words, in her next life, she was born as the daughter of Gursamalji in the village of Dokwa, Rajasthan and was named as Narayani. Abhimanyu was born as a son of Jaliramji in Hissar, Rajasthan and named as Tandhanji Bansal. Tandhanji had a beautiful horse and the son of the king of Hissar desperately wants that horse either by hook or crook. Tandhanji refused to hand over his precious horse to the king’s son.
The king’s son then decides to forcefully acquire the horse and he comes to steal the horse at midnight. Tandhanji fights the battle bravely and kills the king’s son.
The enraged king then decides to take revenge by killing Tandhanji. Finally, the Commander of king kills Tandhanji and when the battle is going on Narayani was with him at that time.
Narayani, symbolic of female bravery and power, fights with the Commander of the king and kills him. She then commanded Ranaji (the Bodyguard of the Tandhanji) to make set ablaze immediate arrangements for her husband’s cremation.
Ranaji performing an important role in fulfilling Narayani wish to be Sati with her husband and then blessed by Narayani that his name will be taken and worshiped along with her name and since then she is known as Shri Rani Sati. Shri Rani Sati is also referred to as Dadiji.

About Satidham Temple and Festivals

The Satidham temple Amravati is famous for not holding any paintings or statues of either Goddess or Gods. Instead, a Trishul depicting power and force is worshipped religiously by the followers. The temple is constructed from white marble and has colorful wall paintings that depict the stories from Puranas, Ramayana and Mahabharata and beautiful Chandelier. The temple complex consists of four separate temple domes. At the same time, there is also GauShala in the Satidham temple. 
The presiding deity of this temple is Shri Rani Sati Dadiji, whose idol is made up of various precious metals with two big gleaming eyes. In the complex of Satidham Mandir, there is also the Lord Khatu Shyamji Temple, Lord Hanumanji Temple, Lord Sita Ramji Temple, Lord Radha Krishanji temple, Lord Ganeshaji Temple and Lord Shivji Temple. Every day after ‘Aarti‘ a regular ‘Prasad‘ is shared. All the figurines of Gods and Goddesses are richly decorated with beautiful dresses and ornaments. On every Amavasya is fed to poor people. Simultaneously, Shrimad Bhagwat, Shivpuran is also installed in the temple every year.
Hundreds of devotees visit the Satidham Mandir every day. A special Poojan Mahotsav is held on the occasion of Bhadva Badi Amavasya celebrated with thousands of devotees visiting from various parts of India. It starts from Janmashtmi to Bhadva Badi Amavasya celebrated with a loud noise.Mangalpath is done at the temple on the Masir Badi Navmi, Every Amavasya and Bhadva Badi Amavasya.
The singers are invited from other cities to reading Mangalpath and offering hymn which all the devotees take part in an enjoying a positive atmosphere surrounded.Tourists can enjoy festivals held during that time and eat “MahaPrasad” given by the temple People. The temple also makes many other special occasions every year like
• Mahashivratri
• Sawan Jhula Mahotsav
• Shri Krishna Janmashtmi
• Kartik Ekadasi Mahotsav
• Khatu Shyam Baba Pragat Mahotsav
• From Chairta Navratri Mahotsav to Ram Navmi Utsav
• Masir Badi Mahotsav
All these Mahotsav is celebrated with a loud noise and all devotees attending with loud noise part in the temple.

SatidhamTemple Timing

• Morning Time- 6:00 AM – 12:00 PM
• Evening Time- 3:00 PM – 9:30 PM
• Closed Time – 12:00PM – 3:00PM
• ManglaAarti – 6:15 AM
• Morning time of Aarti – 7:00 AM
• Shankarji Aarti- 11:15 AM
• Evening Aarti – 7:00 PM
• ShayanAarti (शयानआरती) – 8:45PM

How to Reach Satidham Temple Amravati

Satidham Temple at Rallies plot near Jaistambh square in the Amravati district. The Temple at Rallies plot is about 0.12 km from the Amravati Railway Station and 1.8 km from Central Bus Stand, Maltekadi Raod. Local taxis and auto-rickshaws are available from any part of the Amravati town to the temple.

Satidham Mandir Amravati