Located 9kms from Raipur on the Dhamtari road, is the Shadani Darbar, located at 21°9’50″N 81°15’1″E, a popular pilgrimage spot of Hindus. It was named after the saint Sri Shadaramji Saheb. Spread over 12 acres of land, it has a big hall where Dhuni Saheb is kept. Engraved images of gods and their incarnations i.e., devta and avatar can be seen on either side of the wall. Dukh Bhanjan Dhuni is performed every day. Other attractions include musical fountains with religious idols and statues.