Savitri Mata Mandir or Savitri Temple is a Hindu temple of the goddess Savitri located on Ratnagiri Hill, which is a popular pilgrimage site, Pushkar, Ajmer, Rajasthan, India. Savitri Mata Mandir is a Hindu temple on top of a hill. The temple is situated at a height of about 750 feet and a flight of 650 steps to the Savitri temple, which is one of the most important in India. The idols of Lord Brahma’s wives called Savitri and Gayatri are established in this temple.
The temple has three idols. Goddess Savitri is in the middle flanked by Goddess Sharda on the right side and Goddess Saraswati on the left.
According to the Hindu calendar, Jagran is organized on the Saptami night of the month of Bhado at the Mata Savitri temple located on the Savitri hill. The temple is open every day of the week from 5 am to 12 pm and from 4 pm to 9 pm. There is no entrance fee. Pilgrims can reach Savitri Mata Mandir by steps or by cable car.