Lying amid a picturesque location, Siyadevi is known for its Sita Maiya Temple. The Siya Devi Temple Chhattisgarh is located 80 kms from Bhilai. This place is famous for Sita Maiya's temple, situated in the heart of greenery of natural jungle. This site is a perfect combination of pilgrimage with tourism. This site has some of the most important temples of the district. People have great dignity for Siya-devi temple as the holy pilgrimage

Siyadevi Temple is dedicated to Goddess Sita, wife of Lord Ram and it is said that Lord Rama along with Sita and Laxman visited this place during exile or Vanvaas. The waterfall nearby also attracts many visitors. This place comes under Dandakaranaya region of ancient times. It is believed that Lord Ram was tested by Goddess Parvati in the form of Goddess Sita, to test his loyalty towards His wife, Sita (at the time when he was in search of his wife, who was forcibly kidnapped by Demon king, Ravana). Lord Ram recognizes Goddess Parvati and greets her as his mother and asks the reason for coming in the middle of Jungle all alone. Satisfied by the loyalty of Lord Ram, Goddess Parvati feels shame for her deed and discusses all the matter with Lord Shiva and apologizes. Lord Shiva advises her to settle down at Siya-devi as the incarnation of Goddess Sita. This is how this place came to known as Siya-devi. There is one or more believes that the Tiger of Goddess here awakes in the night times and protects the holy region. Hence the statue of tiger here is fastened here by a thick iron chain. The waterfall here is about 15-20 feet high and 35-40 feet wide. A brook near this area plunges down to a height of about 15-20 feet to make this beautiful waterfall. As the passage of water falling and flowing down the stream near down-stream is full of boulders, it becomes easy for tourist to come quite near to fall and enjoy the beauty of it. Another wonder of this place is the cave nearby left side bank of upstream, which is actually a joint fracture between rocks which leaves a thin space to enter inside and has a end outside. Other than Turturiya village of Bar-Navapara Sanctuary, this place is also famous for Meditation Land of Maharihi Valmiki and also known as Valmiki Gufa.

The Jaw-dropping beauty of Siya-devi has the ability to drive attention of anybody who loves nature. Siya Devi is a holy place named after Goddess Sita. There are some mythological and legendary stories also attached with this place. Siya-devi Water Fall is approachable throughout all the seasons of a year, but as the Waterfall receives its flow from a brook above, Rainy and Early Winters are the season advisable to visit this beautiful location. Raipur is the nearest railway stations for this place.

The temple is opened for all seven days of the week, during timings 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM.