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Query from: Mukesh, India, 12/06/09
Topic: POOJA      Submitted on: Ask Agent
Subject: sati dadi temple

I wanted to visit dhandhan sati dadi temple please give me the details how to go there and its history.

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Response from: sambasivan s,   
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How to reach? Far from the madding crowd and away from the hustle and bustle of the city lies the small village of Dhandhan in the Sikar Disrict., Rajasthan, India . This holy oasis in the heart of the Thar desert seeks its existence from the worship of Devi Ma in the Shakti Mandir day-in and day-out. The Shakti Ma with her grace has made this place a unique centre of culture, heritage and religion.

Though Dhandhan Dham is a place where anyone would love to come whenever one gets the opportunity, however, best season is between October to March.

However the current weather is :

Location Gram: Dhandhan, District: Sikar, State: Rajasthan Pincode: 332302 Phone: 91-1571-83020/60/70

Nearest Railway Station: Churu: / Ratangarh: / Fatehpur: / Jaipur: Delhi-Suraihroilla:

Nearest Airport: Jaipur/Delhi SOURCE: http://www.dhandhanwali.com/english… HISTORY:

Shri Shri Dhandhan Satiji ki Jai

“Chandra Tape Suraj Tape, Udragan Tape Aakash In Sabse badhkar Tape, Satiyon’ ka suprakash Jai Jai Shri Dhandhan Sati, Sat`ya Puj`ya Aadhar Charan Kamal dhari d`hyan mein, Pranwahoon barambaar”

It’s a known and established fact that Indian Women have always been respected and they enjoy a very high position in the society because of their honest and pure motherhood, devotion for their family with full integrity and responsibility as a home-maker and on top of that the sacrifice of their own self for the betterment of others. Because of this nature they have always been adored and remembered.

History is full of live examples of such incidences where Indian Women have created legend and acts for which they will always be remembered. The live stories of Chittaurgarh is famous for the brevity of Sati and is a burning example of the poweress of Sati. One would have read many stories of brave performances, but when we start to describe the power, strength, belief, faith and confidence of Sati Dadi ji, our neck bows down with deep regards and respect.

We have read about MahaSati Anusuiya, who converted Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Shankar into small children with her power and strength. We also know about Sati Savitri who because of her devotion and meditation got her husband, “Saty`avan” alive and “Yamraj” had to bow down to her wishes. Likewise there are umpteen number of examples where Indian Women have shown exemplary performances and which is being told and narrated by Grandmas to their grandchildren as fairy tales, but these are not mere stories but true fact.

We are about to take you to one of the most unique incident and a story that never happened in the entire history of mankind and perhaps there may not be an occasion for this story being repeated again.

The elders of Bajaj’s & Bhariya’s [Bansal Gotra] used to reside in Siswal town, Hisar District in the State of Punjab. The eldest person was “Balchand ji”. He was a very honest and holy minded person. His wife was Purni Devi who was a very devoted lady. They had four children – two sons “Jokhiram ji” and “Bholanath ji”and two daughters “Tida” and “Gela”. The elder son Jokhiram ji used to look after the household affairs and the younger one used to take cows for feeding in the Forest on a daily basis. All brothers and sisters used to love each other very much.

On a very unfortunate day, the unexpected had to happen !! Bholanath ji all of a sudden expired while feeding the cows in the forest. Both sisters and others in the family got very disturbed on hearing the news of his sudden and unexpected death. Both the sisters just could not bear this news and got very desperate and they informed everyone in the society that they will give their lives along with their dead brother. Everyone just failed to move them from their determination and finally they had to agree that the sisters will give their lives along with their dead brother and sit on the pyre.

Every one went to the spot where Bholaram ji left his body and they set up the wooden blocks and pyre. Both sisters took their bother’s head on their lap and sat on the pyre. The scene was worth noticing. Both sisters were very happy sitting along with their bother and their faces were illuminated with lights, which was simply unbelievable. Then everybody was standing with folding hands and thereafter everybody standing there saw the most unbelievable scene. With the energy within themselves both sister were just sparking with lights and then fire was produced all by itself and the pyre started burning and then from all the four corners every body started saying JAI !! Jai !!, within seconds it was seen that the bodies of both sister converted into milk and then everything was gone.

In their memory a beautiful “Mand” was prepared by the people and lacs and lacs of devtotees started coming there for worshipping. Shri Sati Dadi ji keeps an eye on all the devotees and bhaktajans and provides protection in all respect. Once upon a time, Shri Syanaram ji and Shri Mohanram ji, the elders of Bajajs – Bhariyas, were carrying salt on the back of Camel from Bhiwani. On there way, they were stopped by the state officers and enquired what they were carrying on the back of Camel? Seeing the officers and on their enquiry both brothers were frightened and they remembered Shri Sati Dadiji and they heard an inside voice saying that you may tell the officers that the bags contain Sugar and not salt. Accordingly, both brothers told the officers that the bags contain sugar. When the officers inspected, they found that the bags were actually containing sugar, hence they left both brothers without saying anything further. Henceforth the following saying became famous:

'Syana – Mohan ki Dhyayi manai Loon ki Chini dhikhai meri mai'

Around Year 1655, in the State of Punjab because of the terror of Muslims all Bajaj – Bhartiyas migrated to Fatehpur Shekhawati. Those elders who made Fatehpur their native place were Basantlal ji Bajaj, his father was Mukundlal ji Bajaj. The second brother’s name was Jiwraj ji and his father was Pitharam ji and the third brother’s name was Mansingh ji Bhartiya. In spite of every one being settled in Fatehpur, for worshipping and for all religious and good work and for Bhadav Amasya they had to go all the way to Siswal to get the blessings of Shri Sati Dadi ji. The route from Fatehpur to Siswal was very tiresome and everyone had to face lots of trouble. Hence, all the devotees prayed to Shri Sati Dadi ji that if Shri Sati Dadi ji accept the request of all devotees and come to Fatehpur, then all the devotees will be free from the trouble of coming from Fatehpur to Siswal every time.

SOURCEhttp://www.dhandhanwali.com/english…

thank u very much for asking this query. U made me learn about new places in rajasthan.

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Response from: Nagarajan Ramanathan,   
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Though Dhandhan Dham is a place where anyone would love to come whenever one gets the opportunity, however, best season is between October to March. However the current weather is : Location Gram: Dhandhan, District: Sikar, State: Rajasthan Pincode: 332302Phone: 91-1571-83020/60/70 Nearest Railway Station: Churu: / Ratangarh: / Fatehpur: / Jaipur: Delhi-Suraihroilla: Nearest Airport: Jaipur/Delhi

It’s a known and established fact that Indian Women have always been respected and they enjoy a very high position in the society because of their honest and pure motherhood, devotion for their family with full integrity and responsibility as a home-maker and on top of that the sacrifice of their own self for the betterment of others. Because of this nature they have always been adored and remembered.

History is full of live examples of such incidences where Indian Women have created legend and acts for which they will always be remembered. The live stories of Chittaurgarh is famous for the brevity of Sati and is a burning example of the poweress of Sati. One would have read many stories of brave performances, but when we start to describe the power, strength, belief, faith and confidence of Sati Dadi ji, our neck bows down with deep regards and respect.

We have read about MahaSati Anusuiya, who converted Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Shankar into small children with her power and strength. We also know about Sati Savitri who because of her devotion and meditation got her husband, “Saty`avan” alive and “Yamraj” had to bow down to her wishes. Likewise there are umpteen number of examples where Indian Women have shown exemplary performances and which is being told and narrated by Grandmas to their grandchildren as fairy tales, but these are not mere stories but true fact.

We are about to take you to one of the most unique incident and a story that never happened in the entire history of mankind and perhaps there may not be an occasion for this story being repeated again.

The elders of Bajaj’s & Bhariya’s [Bansal Gotra] used to reside in Siswal town, Hisar District in the State of Punjab. The eldest person was “Balchand ji”. He was a very honest and holy minded person. His wife was Purni Devi who was a very devoted lady. They had four children – two sons “Jokhiram ji” and “Bholanath ji”and two daughters “Tida” and “Gela”. The elder son Jokhiram ji used to look after the household affairs and the younger one used to take cows for feeding in the Forest on a daily basis. All brothers and sisters used to love each other very much.

On a very unfortunate day, the unexpected had to happen !! Bholanath ji all of a sudden expired while feeding the cows in the forest. Both sisters and others in the family got very disturbed on hearing the news of his sudden and unexpected death. Both the sisters just could not bear this news and got very desperate and they informed everyone in the society that they will give their lives along with their dead brother. Everyone just failed to move them from their determination and finally they had to agree that the sisters will give their lives along with their dead brother and sit on the pyre.

Every one went to the spot where Bholaram ji left his body and they set up the wooden blocks and pyre. Both sisters took their bother’s head on their lap and sat on the pyre. The scene was worth noticing. Both sisters were very happy sitting along with their bother and their faces were illuminated with lights, which was simply unbelievable. Then everybody was standing with folding hands and thereafter everybody standing there saw the most unbelievable scene. With the energy within themselves both sister were just sparking with lights and then fire was produced all by itself and the pyre started burning and then from all the four corners every body started saying JAI !! Jai !!, within seconds it was seen that the bodies of both sister converted into milk and then everything was gone.

In their memory a beautiful “Mand” was prepared by the people and lacs and lacs of devtotees started coming there for worshipping. Shri Sati Dadi ji keeps an eye on all the devotees and bhaktajans and provides protection in all respect. Once upon a time, Shri Syanaram ji and Shri Mohanram ji, the elders of Bajajs – Bhariyas, were carrying salt on the back of Camel from Bhiwani. On there way, they were stopped by the state officers and enquired what they were carrying on the back of Camel? Seeing the officers and on their enquiry both brothers were frightened and they remembered Shri Sati Dadiji and they heard an inside voice saying that you may tell the officers that the bags contain Sugar and not salt. Accordingly, both brothers told the officers that the bags contain sugar. When the officers inspected, they found that the bags were actually containing sugar, hence they left both brothers without saying anything further. Henceforth the following saying became famous:

'Syana – Mohan ki Dhyayi manai Loon ki Chini dhikhai meri mai'

Around Year 1655, in the State of Punjab because of the terror of Muslims all Bajaj – Bhartiyas migrated to Fatehpur Shekhawati. Those elders who made Fatehpur their native place were Basantlal ji Bajaj, his father was Mukundlal ji Bajaj. The second brother’s name was Jiwraj ji and his father was Pitharam ji and the third brother’s name was Mansingh ji Bhartiya. In spite of every one being settled in Fatehpur, for worshipping and for all religious and good work and for Bhadav Amasya they had to go all the way to Siswal to get the blessings of Shri Sati Dadi ji. The route from Fatehpur to Siswal was very tiresome and everyone had to face lots of trouble. Hence, all the devotees prayed to Shri Sati Dadi ji that if Shri Sati Dadi ji accept the request of all devotees and come to Fatehpur, then all the devotees will be free from the trouble of coming from Fatehpur to Siswal every time. Shri Sati Dadi ji accepeted the request and directed the devotees that they may lift 6 bricks from the Mand and that the bricks should not be kept elsewhere in the route but taken straight to Fatehpur. The devotees readily and happily took out 6 bricks and carried on their head to Fatehpur. But while traveling on their way, they felt the pressure and wanted to go to toiled and forgetfully kept the bricks in the forest of “Dhandhan” and got rid of their pressure. Thereafter when they tried to lift the bricks again it was impossible for them to move the bricks, what to talk about lifting them. The bricks became so solid that they applied their full energy but could not even move the bricks. Suddenly they remembered the direction of Shri Sati Dadi ji that they were not supposed to keep the bricks any where during their way to Fatehpur. Hence, this gave birth to the holy town Dhandhan and it has since then become “Dhandhan Dham”

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Response from: murali n,   
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Source: google
you can get to know the details of the temple from http://jaidadiki.blogspot.com/…. the temple is situated in Jhunjhunu, rajasthan. the ways are : By Air :

Indian Airlines and Jet Air are having flights up to Jaipur, from where it is 4 hour drive in Taxi or Bus.

By Road :

From Delhi: Delhi to Luharu - Pilani - Jhunjhunu

From Jaipur : Jaipur - Choumu - Ringas - Jhunjhunu

By Railway (Ringus, Jaipur and Delhi are the nearest railway stations to Jhunjhunu) :

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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Response from: Duggirala Surya Narayana Murthi,   
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How to reach:

Far from the madding crowd and away from the hustle and bustle of the city lies the small village of Dhandhan in the Sikar Disrict., Rajasthan, India . This holy oasis in the heart of the Thar desert seeks its existence from the worship of Devi Ma in the Shakti Mandir day-in and day-out. The Shakti Ma with her grace has made this place a unique centre of culture, heritage and religion.

Though Dhandhan Dham is a place where anyone would love to come whenever one gets the opportunity, however, best season is between October to March.

However the current weather is :

Location Gram: Dhandhan, District: Sikar, State: Rajasthan Pincode: 332302 Phone: 91-1571-83020/60/70

Nearest Railway Station: Churu: / Ratangarh: / Fatehpur: / Jaipur: Delhi-Suraihroilla:

Nearest Airport: Jaipur/Delhi

By Rail :

From Trains Direction Delhi Delhi-Churu-Ratangarh-Link Express,

Bikaner Mail or Bikaner Express can be boarded from Sarai Rohilla station for Churu/Ratangarh. From these places Dhandhan can be accessed by road in 45 mins. with the help of commercial vehicles available outside station.

Calcutta

Upto Jaipur Jodhpur Exp. Calcutta - Via Delhi Howrah to Delhi/New Delhi 1) Rajdhani Express 2) Poorva Express 3) Kalka Mail

From Delhi you have to board Delhi-Churu-Ratangarh - Link Exp.

History:

For history, please visit following link:

http://dhandhanwali.com/english/inf…

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