Rani Sati Temple otherwise called second Jhun-Jhun Dham of India is arranged at Birmitrapur, around 35kms from Rourkela. Sprawl over a zone of 2 sections of land of land, Rani Sati Temple, built before 1967 was along these lines redesigned in the years 1992 and 2000. Notwithstanding the day by day customs, on promising days like Bhado Amavasya or the no-moon day, extraordinary pujas are offered here. Consistently suppers are dispersed here on installment premise. There are two delightful bloom plants in the sanctuary perplexing and one of them is decorated with a charming statue of Lord Shiva. Rani Sati sanctuary stays open on all days from 5am to 12pm toward the beginning of the day and from 4pm to 9pm at night.