Dadhimati Mata Temple of the goddess Dadhimati is located in Nagaur district, Rajasthan, India. It is one of the oldest surviving temples in northern India. It was built in the 4th century and is of the Gupta era.
Dadhimati is said to be the sister of Rishi (sage) Dadhichi, and born on magh (Indian month) shukl 7 (rath saptami) due to the churning of the sky. Dadhimati killed Detya Vikatasur on magh shukl 8 (jaya ashtami) in Dadhi Sagar. Dadhimati is the Avatar Of Goddess Laxmi. The temple has the oldest depictions of 'Devi mahamatya', which are even older than Mahalaxmi temple of Kolhapur, Maharastra. It has a depiction of Valimiki ramyana in interiors.
Parashar Brahmins are the priest in this temple. Dadhimati is Kul Devi and Kul Mata of Dadhich Brahmins as well as Dantuslia the Jat gotra and Gelda the Baniya gotra.Also Dadhimati Mata is Kuldevi of PUNDIR Rajputs since ages. The goddess is very powerful, and followers quickly get their wishes fulfilled.