Tourist Places to See in ramgarh

ramgarh tourism - Rajrappa tourism

Rajrappa is a Hindu pilgrimage centre attracting an estimated 2,500-3,000 persons daily.[3] The main attraction of the Chhinnamasta (also known as Chinnamastika) temple located here is the headless deity of goddess Chinnamasta which stands on the body of Kamdeo and Rati in the lotus bed. The Chhinnamasta temple is very popular for its Tantrik style of architectural design. The temple is ...

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ramgarh tourism - China Cemetery tourism

Situated 5 km away from Ramgarh town, China Kabristan is a famous historical monument. At the out break of world war II, around 1 lakh soldiers were trained at Ramgarh. They fought against facist forces. Some soldiers died due to malaria and snake bite etc. There are a total of 667 graves. In the middle of the graveyard a pillar in memory of Chyan Kai Sek was erected. The total area cov...

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ramgarh tourism - Kaitha Siva Mandir tourism

This ancient temple of Shiva is located on NH-23 and is 3 km away from Ramgarh. It has been declared as a National Monument. The temple was build in 1670 when capital of Ramgarh was transferred to Ramgarh. The sculpture of this temple is extremely attractive. The Shivalinga in the temple is located at a height which is accessible by means of two stairs. A detailed analysis of this templ...

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ramgarh tourism - Jama Masjid tourism

Located at Chitarpur 16 km away from Ramgarh, this masque is an excellent piece of Mughal art and architecture. It has the capacity to accommodate 5000 people to offer their holy namaz. It is the biggest mosque of its kind in Jharkhand. It is believed that this mosque was built around 1670 on a land donated by the then king of Ramgarh. In its present form this mosque resembles the Jama M...

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ramgarh tourism - Mayatungri Temple tourism

It is also known as daughter of the Hills and is 5 km South of Ramgarh in the Chutupalu Valley. This hill is full of natural scenes and scenery and is a beautiful tourist spot. Although it is located on a height of 300 ft, it takes only 15 minutes to march its peak. Every year the local festival of karma is celebrated here with gaiety and fanfare by the people of the surrounding village...

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ramgarh tourism - Patratu Ghati tourism

Flanked by hills covered with lush green trees, red and violet flowers and honey bees humming, the Pithouria-Patratu Valley is no less attractive than the valleys on the Gangtok-Nathula, Dehradun-Mussouri and Raxaul-Kathmandu roads in terms of natural elegance. Of course, the hills along the Pithouria-Patratu stretch are devoid of snow, unlike the ones on Gangtok-Nathula. But green saal,...

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ramgarh tourism - Patratu Dam tourism

The dam was made to store water of the Nalkari River; this is the main attraction of Patratu. One can see flying fish at sunrise by sitting at the edge of the dam. Very few people know there is a tunnel below the dam which connects two villages of Patratu, Labga and Hariharpur. Due to security reasons it has been closed. Boating was started on 14 January 2010 on the dam. Four boats ha...

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ramgarh tourism - Tuti Jharna Mandir tourism

Situated about 7 km from Ramgarh cantonment on NH-33 Patna-Ranchi highway a famous temple of Lord Shiva where water from river falls through a canal on Shivalinga. The Raghu baba of this temple is belongs from the nearby village Digwar and hence most of the Digwar villagers are connected with this temple. To reach this tample is very simple. Just take a route of Ranchi-Patna road and tak...

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Weather Forecast for Ramgarh
So are you thinking of visiting ramgarh in the next few days? There is nothing bad than reaching your tourist destination in a bad weather. So before you plan for ramgarh, first check out our weather forcast for the next few days.
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