Rani Sati Dadi Temple is a sanctuary situated in Jhunjhunu, Jhunjhunu region, in the province of Rajasthan, India. It is the biggest sanctuary in India dedicated to Rani Sati, a Rajasthani woman who lived at some point between the thirteenth and the seventeenth century and submitted sati on her better half's passing. Different sanctuaries in Rajasthan and somewhere else are committed to her love and to recognize her demonstration.
Rani Sati is likewise called Narayani Devi and alluded to as Dadiji. The story of Rani Sati Dadi Maa begins from the season of Mahabharata. Narayani's desire of being hitched to Abhimanyu and her longing to be sati in her next life. As allowed by Lord Krishna, in her next life she was conceived as the little girl of Gursamal in the town of Dokwa in Rajasthan and was named Narayani. Abhimanyu was conceived in Hissar as a child of Jaliram and named Tandhan Bansal.
Tandan and Narayani got hitched and were having a tranquil existence. He was in control of a wonderful steed which was being peered toward by the child of ruler of Hissar for a long while. Tandan declined to hand over his valuable pony to the lord's son. The ruler's child at that point chooses to powerfully procure the steed and in this manner challenges Tandan to a duel. Tandan battles the fight valiantly and murders the ruler's child.