Ramgarh Travel Guide
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- State: Uttarakhand
- Famous for/as: Hill
Ramgarh is located besides the Kosi River that makes the city more attractive. This has significantly added in the economic resource, by offering fishermen of the area a great means of livelihood.
Ramgarh attracts many visitors from not just India, but abroad to witness a place that exhibits Indian culture combined with the beauty of a hill station.
Ramgarh is also rich in its history and ranked as one of the most ancient cities in India. The many antiques which are on display and sale at various stores are a true exemplification of the rich past of Ramgarh. The old culture of this city can be witnessed through these pieces that have lived through time.
Most of the houses at Ramgarh look old as they are made from gravel. These abodes are a true representation of the glorious culture, tradition or heritage of Ramgarh. As this city was founded by the Podders, there are many signs of the Chattris which contain murals mostly in blue and maroon colors.
Ganga temple is yet another great invention constructed by the rich podders that still attract the visitors. Other temples like Shani temple, which was built by the Khemka family. Temples like Hanuman temple and Kaun Mandir makes to the temples list of Ramgarh.
Fishing trend is also seen popularly in Ramgarh Lake and besides this lake there are many polo grounds. One of the polo grounds, which lie between the Ramgarh Lake and Arawalli hills, is considered to be the most popular polo ground. The weather is normally 20o to 30o, but it can even get harsh and low as 2 degree.
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