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It is famous hindu temple of patna that know badi patan devi,here huge come to worship here on... read more

Reviewed 26 February 2020
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Patna is named after Patandevi temple. Before it was named "Patliputra", capitol of "Magadh". Safe... read more

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Reviewed 28 February 2016

Badi Patan Devi at Patna is one of the 51 Shakti Pitha in India. It is one of the most pious temple in Patna. Thousands of devotees visit the temple during Navratri, RamNavami and other festivals. It is believed that the right thigh of Devi Sati had fallen here according to the Hindu mythology.

Date of experience: November 2015
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Reviewed 11 February 2016

A Very Old Temple of Maa Durga there is 2 Temple Bari patan Devi & Chhoti Patan Devi in history also known that Devi Sati body cut in Seven Pisces and drop 7 Places. One of the Place is Patan Devi.

Date of experience: October 2015
Thank rpriyya
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Reviewed 4 February 2016

Pataa devi Mandir (Patneswari Mandir) is the oldest and one of the most sacred temples of Patna. The name of the city Patna is widely believed to have been derived from the name of the Bari Patan Devi Temple. According to the Hindu mythology, it is believed that the right thigh of Devi Sati fell in Magadh and it is said that the part of the body of Sati fell in both Maharajganj and Chowk areas in Old Patna city. At these places, the Badi Patan Devi temple and the Chhoti Patan Devi temple were built. According to the Tantra Charumani, the small images of the Bari Patan Devi Temple, Patna are the Goddess Mahakali, Mahalakshmi and Mahasaraswati. In Hindu mythology, these Goddesses protected Putraka, who was the founder of Pataliputra. A strange stone image has been found in a tank near the Bari Patan Devi Temple, Patna. That image has been kept in the eastern veranda of the main temple where this stone is being worshiped regularly.

Any way it is ntrested one

Date of experience: January 2016
Thank Sajeed K
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Reviewed 18 December 2015

Maa Patan Devi is one of the oldest sacred temples of Patna. it is regarded as one of the 51 Siddh Shakti pithas in India. The name of the city Patna is believed to have been derived from the name of the Patan Devi Temple.

The Temple is far away from Patna Railway Station. Roads are quite narrow & busy road from morning to till late night.

When you are in Patna, You can also plan along with choti patan devi & Sri Harimandir ji Patna Sahib Gurudwara. All are awesome sacred place where you can feel peace of mind.

Date of experience: June 2015
Thank hari2003
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Reviewed 4 November 2015

Patan Devi (Hindi: पटन देवी मंदिर), also called Maa Patneshwari, is the oldest and one of the most sacred temples of Patna. It is regarded as one of the 51 Siddha Shakti Pithas in India. According to Puranic legends, the 'right thigh' of the corpse of Sati had fallen here when it was chopped off by Lord Vishnu with his 'Sudarshan Chakra'. The ancient temple, originally called Maa Sarvanand Kari Patneshwari, is believed to be the abode of the goddess Durga.
The place can be easily reached from the Patna Bus Station. The temple is just approx. 10 km from the Patna Junction Railway Station.[7] Rickshaws, taxis etc. are available at Patna, Gulzarbagh and Patna City railway stations.

Date of experience: August 2015
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