Jivdani Mata is a Hindu Goddess. The main temple of the goddess is situated a top a hill, in Virar, Maharashtra, India. The temple is on the hill, almost 1500 ft from the sea-degree. The Goddess rests in a temple located approximately 1120 steps above the floor on a hill that forms part of the Satpura Range in Virar, a northern Mumbai suburb, about 60 km faraway from Mumbai. The hill gives a totally picturesque view of Virar and its region. During the nine days of the Navratri competition many followers visit the shrine, and devotees additionally generally tend to visit on Tuesdays and Sundays.
The call Virar comes from Eka-viraa. Just as Tunga Parvat becomes "Tunga-ar", similarly "Vira" will become "Vira-ar". There is a massive temple of Eka-vira Devi on the banks of Vaitarna River on the foot hills of Tunga Parvat, where people used to finish their "Shurpaaraka Yatra", as described inside the Puranas and neighborhood legends. There is a huge tank here committed to Eka veera Devi called "Viraar Tirtha", i.e. "Eka- Viraa Tirtha". Even these days, at the west banks of Viraar Tirtha, one finds a carved stone approximately 3 ft lengthy and nine inches wide. Below that is a institution of lady figures of the Yoginis of Ekaveera Devi. Nearby possible discover a stone with a more or less reduce cow and calf, a image of Govardhana Math which symbolizes eternity or Moksha.