Mandodari Temple, Betki
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The word mandodari is from mand (water) with udar (stomach). It means someone who is born in the water. This temple was built to worship the great human beings whose children were sacrificed in the past to ensure that this village had a flowing stream of water. There is no well water in Betki village so the main source of water in this area is streams. This is how the village started worshiping this deity.
Shree Mandodari Devasthan has completed 102 years of its Constitution in 2013.
- "Shree Mandodari Sounsthan, Betki". Retrieved 17 May 2014.
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