Bilaspur – 25 km on Korba main road The ancient and glorious history of the holy mythological city of Ratanpur is the Adishakti Mahamaya Devi situated on the banks of the river. Kalchurio of Tripuri made Ratanpur its capital and extended it for a long time. I ruled. It is also called Chaturugi Nagri. Which means that its existence has existed in four eras. Raja Ratnadeva I settled in the name of Ratanpur.
Sri Adashakti Maa Mahamaya Devi: – The divine and magnificent temple of Mahamaya Devi is about nine years old. It was built in the eleventh century by Raja Ratnadeva I In 1045 AD, King Ratnadeva first came for hunting in a village named Manipur, where he did a nighttime rest on a tree tree. When the king’s eyes opened in the middle of the night, he saw a supernatural light under the tree. It was miraculous to see that a meeting of the Adi Shakti Shri Mahamaya Devi is engaged. Seeing this, they lost their consciousness. On the morning they returned to their capital, Tumman and decided to make Ratanpur their capital, and in 1050 AD. In the grand temple of Shri Mahamaya Devi was built. Within the temple is the statue of Mahakali, Mahasaraswati and Mahalakshmi Swarup Devi. It is believed that there will be a center for yantra mantra in this temple. The right hand of Goddess Sati was dropped in Ratanpur. Lord Shiva gave himself the name of the Kumbari Shakti Peeth by being self-realized. Due to which, virgin daughters get good fortune from mother’s philosophy. The shade here is visible at the Navaratri festival. On this occasion, the number of thousands of Manashakumna Jyoti Uphras is lit by devotees here.
How to Reach:
Raipur (141 km) is the nearest airport in the city, which is connected to the air route from Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Visakhapatnam, Chennai and Nagpur.
Bilaspur (25 km) is the nearest railway station for Ratanpur.
Buses are available for every one hour from Bilaspur to Ratanpur.