The story of Rani Sati Dadi Maa begins in the Mahabharata era. Narayani’s desire to be married to Abhimanyu and his desire to be sati in her next life.
As Lord Krishna granted, in his next life she was born as Gursamal’s daughter in the village of Dokwa in Rajasthan and was called Narayani. Abhimanyu was born in Hissar as Jaliram’s son and was called Tandhan Bansal. Tandan and Narayani married and lived a peaceful life. He was in possession of a beautiful horse that was seen by the son of the king of Hissar for a while. Tandan refused to hand over his precious horse to the king’s son.
The king’s son decides to acquire the horse by force and challenges Tandan to a duel. Tandan bravely fights and kills the king’s son. The enraged king kills Tandan in front of Narayani in battle. Narayani, symbol of courage and feminine power, fights with the king and kills him. She then ordered Ranaji (the guardian of the horse) to immediately arrange for her to be burned with the cremation of her husband.
Ranaji, who plays a vital role in fulfilling her desire to be satiated with her husband, is then blessed by Narayani that his name will be taken and worshiped along with her name and since then she is known as Rani Sati.