Ramgarh district General information

Ramgarh district refers to the broad area under the control of the Ramgarh Raj, in Jharkhand, India. The town and railway station area is called Ramgarh Cantonment. The palace of Ramgarh Raj is located at Padma on the Hazaribagh - Barhi road.


As of 2002 India census, Ramgarh Cantonment had a population of 73,455. Males constitute 57% of the population and females 43%. Ramgarh Cantonment has an average literacy rate of 68%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 76%, and female literacy is 59%. In Ramgarh Cantonment, 14% of the population is under 6 years of age.


Ramgarh Cantonment has a railway station in the Muri - Barkakana section. It lies on the Ranchi - Hazaribagh Road. Another road links it to Bokaro Steel City.there is one more station named Ranchi Road Railway Station it is 3KM far from Ramgarh Cantt, Near to Ranchi Patna Highway.

Tourist Place

Rajrappa Temple: 30 km from Ramgarh Cantonment gives a panoramic view of the joining of rivers Bhairavi and Damodar near Mata Chhinmastika Temple. The temple is visited by lakhs of pilgrims every year.

Mata Vaishno Devi Temple: Situated in the heart of Ramgarh Cantt mata temple established in 1991 by Punjabi Hindu Biradari Ramgarh Cantonment visited by various pilgrims from all over India. Gumbad of the temple is made by gold.

Tooti Jharna Temple: 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 Shiv Linga. The Raghu baba of this temple is belongs from the near by 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 take a right turn from Ranchi Road. It is very near to Ranchi road, just 2-3 km ahead towards the way of Village Digwar.

Chutupallu: Situated at about 10 km from Ramgarh on the Ramgarh - Ranchi NH 33 is a hill top with awesome beauty. There are many a dhabas and motels in the way after crossing Chutupallu that offer great food. The scenic beauty in the ghats is worth seeing getting mesmerized by the scene is very common even if you visit the place many daily.

Bankhetta: Situated near Chutupallu. Water falls from a height giving the feeling of rainfall in a cave when someone claps inside.

Liril Fall: Situated between Ramgarh and Chutupallu looks like the fall from the old Liril Soap advertisement. It is popularly known as Liril Fall. A great picnic spot.

Birsa Munda Zoological Garden: Situated between Ranchi and Ramgarh at about 35 to 40 km. A zoological garden with a nice environment and Large Area.

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