Mata Rameshwari Shyama Mandir is one of the oldest temples of Darabhanga. It is located inside the campus Madheshwar at Darbhanga. This temple is near to the campus of Lalit Narayana Mithila University.

Mata Rameshwari Shyama Mandir was established in the year 1933 by Maharaja Kameshwar Singh, the son of Maharaja Rameshwar Singh. It is believed that the whole campus including Mata Rameshwari Shyama Temple is constructed on the cremation ground of Darabhanga family members. The idol of Ma Shyama or Ma Kami lies upon the cremation ground of Maharaja Rameshwar Singh. The temple has a lake in front of it, which adds beauty to its architecture. The temple is fully constructed with red bricks. Devotees can even visit the other temples situated alongside this temple such as Tara temple.

Visitors can ideally spend an hour or two in order to pray, sit or roam around the temple. Mata Rameshwari Shyama Temple has a beautiful lake alongside, which provides an amazing view. This temple has quiet and peaceful surroundings all around it. Many devotees come here every day in huge numbers to pray in fromt of Goddess Kali. On Navarati, many devotees come to this temple from all parts of the city.

Mata Rameshwari Shyama Mandir remains open on all days of the week and can be visited during timings 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM.