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Temple of maa pataneswari

Patan devi temple, which is mostly known as "Badi patan devi temple" by locals is believed to be... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
rshalder
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Kolkata (Calcutta), India
The origin of city name , jai maa patneshwari

As thr name suggests , badi patan devi or patneshwari devi temple is the origin of city patna's... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Vinai A
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Patan devi temple, which is mostly known as "Badi patan devi temple" by locals is believed to be the origin of the city name "Patna". Temple was very clean.

Thank rshalder
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

As thr name suggests , badi patan devi or patneshwari devi temple is the origin of city patna's name . It is one of 51 shaktipeethas , where organ of goddesh sati felt after injury.

Thank Vinai A
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is a highly revered temple in Patna. It's a shakti peeth. Goddess Sati's right thigh had fallen here. Devotees folk here to worship Maa Sati. It was a little crowded when we visited around 11 pm. By the time we completed darshan, the crowd...More

Thank Rajani B
Reviewed 28 May 2018

it is religious place of Hindus. it has beautiful attractive view. it provides peace to mind and heart. every day peoples visit here and pray. it organised fair (mela) in Navami(Durga Puja)

Thank AmanPrabhu
Reviewed 16 May 2018

It is located in densely populated Patna city, if you have elderly, there is a way straight upto temple by car, else from city road, one has to walk about 500 meters in lanes, where no cars can go. Prefer non festival, non religious day...More

Thank SomeOne17
Reviewed 19 February 2018

one the famous godess temple of Maa durga and people go here for their blessing from GOD. And people having great faith and its come true after blessing.

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Reviewed 15 February 2018 via mobile

I went to Patan Devi Temple. This temple is highly revered by the Hindus as it is one of the 51 shakti peethas according to the Hindu mythology. It is believed that the right thigh of Devi Sati fell here when the whole body was...More

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Reviewed 30 August 2017 via mobile

This is the place where goddess sati's left thigh had fallen. The main temple was built during the mauryan era (the temple had a hall. At the end of hall there was a silver temple of 1008 kgs where the goddess is seated upon.) In1708...More

Thank pushpeshpulkit123
Reviewed 27 August 2017

very powerful deity. one gets very strong vibes on reaching the place. however, it is difficult to visit because location is through congested area

Thank Chander S
Reviewed 23 August 2017 via mobile

Patan Devi is one of the shakti peeths located throughout India. The temple is very old and beautiful but is in dire need of maintenance and renovation. To avoid rush, go in morning hours to offer prayers.

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