The Rankini Mandir is situated on Jadugora-Hata Road, Jamshedpur in the state of Jharkhand. The temple is located 5. 3 kms away from the Golchakkar bus stand and can be travelled within 15 minutes via the Straight Mile Road. This is the best route from the bus stand to the temple. There are 2 major landmarks to the Rankini Mandir in Jamshedpur. They are the Kharkhai River and the Bhatia Park.

This temple was built 3 decades ago and have been exposed to many modifications since then. The entrance of this temple has a tall gopuram that is a typical South Indian temple architecture. The gopuram is made out of stones that are arranged in a pyramid-like structure. The gopuram has the carvings of the Goddess Rankini in her varied forms. The gopuram is an epitome of colours as well. This temple is dedicated to the Goddess Durga. She is known to be the creator of everything that exists in this world.

Visitors, devotees and pilgrims who seek blessings from the goddess are protected from evil that can come the way of actions or intentions. The goddess helps in the attainment of salvation, destruction of ego and ensures liberation. The festivals of Dusshera is considered very auspicious in this temple. For this very purpose, there are special prayers and shrines offered to the goddess.

This temple is open from 6:00 AM - 7:00 PM on all days of the week. Ideally, devotees visit this temple on a regular basis since it is within the heart of the city of Jamshedpur. Tourists who visit this temple, spend an average of 1 hour in this temple. The temple is best when visited anytime of the year.