Shri Rani Sati Mandir in Jhunjhunu Its monumental facade blends traditional and European elements. Constructed in 1934, during the time of Shri Anandilal Ji Hemraj Ji Koolwal, it has a magnificent facia with a series of tasteful rooms organized around a central hall. This deviates pleasantly from traditional courtyard house planning of the region.
Rani Sathi Temple
Shri Ranisathi Mandir in Jhunjhunu has a history of more than 400 years and is a commanding testimony to feminie bravery and mootherhood with rich tales of history that captivate the fancy of all tourists. in the Pardhan mand with the imposing Shikhar. The entire edifice in white marble is charming. The main Temple of Shri Rani Satiji is the place for the main sanctum sanctorum.
Salasar Balaji Temple
The history of this temple dates back to 1811 ina village called Asota, where a farmer while ploughing his field, got stuck by some rock under the earth and when cleared by his wife, emerged an idol of Lord Hanuman. The thakur of that village dreamt being asked to shift the idol of Salasar for proper religious incarnation.
Khatu Wale Shyam Baba
The legend begins with the Mahabharata. barbarika alias Khatushyamji alias Shyam Baba was a grandson of Bhima, Second of the Pandava brothers. He was the son of Ghatotkacha (who in turn was son of Bhima) and Kamkantkata Ma Morwi. Even in his childhood, Barbarika was a very brave warrior. he learnt the art of warfare from his mother. God Shiva, pleased with him, gave him the three infallible arrows (Teen Baan). Hence, Barbarika came to be known by the appellation teen Baandhaari, the “Bearer of Three Arrows”.