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PATNA - CHOTIPATAN DEVI MANDIR 

THE TEMPLE:

It lies in the city chowk and like the Baripatan Devi temple, it is small in size and modest in sculptural adornments. It is located to the south east of the famous Sikh temple built on the birth place of Guru Govind Singh. It is here Mother Sati's pat-a part of saree fell and a temple built there on now goes by the name of Chotipatan Devi temple. The worshipful deity here bears striking resemblance to that of Baripatan Devi. The icon is also in standing pose and wears a beautiful crown. This  temple contains many minor deities too. In the compound, there is a huge image of Sun-god. Though mutilated, its enchantiment is great. The niches enshrining Maha Vishnu and ,Surya Bhagawan are worthy of visitation and veneration

There are some noble traditions in practice here meriting mention, such as new born babies are brought here for the Mother's blessings. Another! newly weds invariably visit these temples soon after the wedding function. They offer prayers and take vows for carefree life and the blessings of noble progeny.  Several kinds of gifts are offered to the deities, the chief and common among them being sarees. 

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