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In a distributed database environment, when the coordinator site (root node or process) is not working, the environment needs to choose or elect a new one in order to perform the transactional tasks. The elected coordinator takes the lead to perform the activities as well and continues the functioning. If the previous (crashed) site is recovered from the failures then again it leads the system by taking the responsibility. In this paper, a recovery instance based on bi-directional ring election algorithm for the crashed coordinator was brought up. The new algorithm for the recovered site quickly brings the state back by sending messages in parallel instances. This work shows that how the algorithm makes the recovered site faster and takes less time to make the system quickly to handle transactions normally.