Aami Mandir

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Aami Temple
Other names Maa Ambika Asthan
Proper name Aambika Bhawani Mandir
Coordinates 25°36′19″N 85°12′23″E / 25.60531°N 85.20629°E / 25.60531; 85.20629Coordinates: 25°36′19″N 85°12′23″E / 25.60531°N 85.20629°E / 25.60531; 85.20629
Country India
State Bihar
District saran
Locale Dighwara
Primary deity Sati, Ambika Bhavani, Shiva
Important festivals Durga Puja,Aami Mela, Shivaratri,
Architectural styles Mandir, Yagya Kund
Inscriptions Wall painting
History and governance
Date built Dwapar Yuga
Creator Raja Daksha Prajapati

Aami Mandir is a temple in Dighwara, India.

Fort Temple[edit]

The temple is in the structure of a fort that is surrounded from all sides, on the bank of the Ganga River. It lies in the flooded district of Saran and it is very near the Ganges. Still, the flooded Ganges never touches the fort, and local people say that if the Ganges touches the Aami temple, its color will turn red and bloody in appearance.

Important Festivals[edit]


As the temple is devoted to Goddess Ambika, Navratri is celebrated and there is one small Village fair also organised by the local people of Aami village.


Shivratri is organised with quite a lot of excitement among the local people, as this was the place where the marriage ceremony of Shiv and Sati took place.


This festival is of high importance being organised in the manner of the marriage of Shiv and Sati. From one side the Bride prepares and from one side comes the Groom; according to this a fairy marriage ceremony is organised in a holy hinduic way.[clarification needed]

Reaching There[edit]

By Air[edit]

The nearest airport is Jayprakash Narayan Airport patna at a distance of about 57 km from the temple.

By Road[edit]

The Aami Village lies on the roadside of NH 19. It connects with the major cities of Uttar Pradesh, and Bihar

By Rail[edit]

Dighwara is the nearest Railway Station.At distance 3 km from the temple.( Now Aami is itself a railway station.)

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