Places To See Around RAMPUR

RAMPUR TOWN

Near Rampur Town There Are Many Places For Sight-Seeing. Its Old Hindu And Buddhist Shrines Include The Ragunath Temple, The Ayodhya Temple, The Narsingh Temple And The Dumgir Budh Temple Which Has A Large Prayer Wheel And Holds Important Scriptures. In An Interesting Colonial And Traditional Styles, The Padam Palace Is One Of Rampur's Major Attractions.

THE PADAM PALACE

In Rampur The Padam Palace Was Built In 1925, While The Older Shish Mahal Can Be Seen In The Background Is Located On The Banks Of The River Sutlej, Recorded History For Rampur-Bushahr, Knows Of Many Ancient Warrior Clans Which Have Left Behind Coins Of Their Rulers' Reigns. These Clan-States Later Fractured Into Petty Holdings Under Chiefs Known As Ranas And Thakkuras.

THE RAGUNATH TEMPLE

Interest Of Tourist In The Ragunath Temple Is That Its Houses Scriptures And A Huge Prayer Wheel. 

THE DUMGIR BUDH TEMPLE

Situated Right On NH-22 The Dumgir Budh Temple Has A Large Prayer Wheel And Holds Important Scriptures

THE AYODHYA TEMPLE

 

THE NARSINGH TEMPLE

According To The Popular Legend, It Is Said That A Ruler Of Suket State, Ones Lived His Jigar At Samarli Near Pangna. In The Jigar Area There Was A Bhekhal Tree On Which A Barley Shaped Substance Of Gold Grew Everyday, After Some Time The Tree Got Uprooted And Two Images Of Narsingh Emerged From The Ground.

THE LAVI FAIR

A Trade Festival And The Cultural Programmes Organized During Evenings. Every Year The Lavi Fair Is Organised Between 11th To 14th November At Rampur, This Is An International Festival Of Trade Of Dry Fruits, Handicrafts And Handlooms etc.

THE FAAG MELA

The Lavi Fair Has Already Been Recognized As An International Fair, With The Culmination Of Four Days Extravaganza, The People Return With Sweet Memories To Meet Again Next Year On The Occasion Of The Faag Mela Celebrated In The Month Of April.