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Ramgarh near Mukteshwar in Nainital district is one of the popular tourist destination of Uttarakhand. One of the hidden jewels Uttarakhand, it is surrounded by snow capped mountains and free flowing rivers. The town was built on the English Cantonment area and was home to some great authors during the British raj.
The town also has ashrams set up by Rabindranath Tagore, and social worker Narain Swami. The town also has a library which is dedicated to the famous poetess Mahadevi Verma.
Geography of Ramgarh
Ramgarh in Uttarakhand coordinates at 29.45°N 79.55°E and has an average elevation of about 1,518 metres (4,980 feet). The town has been divided into two parts Malla (upper part) and Talla (lower part). Agriculture, tourism and allied activities support the economy of the region.
Tourism in Ramgarh
The town is situated near Muketshwar and is visited by a devotees all round the year. The town has a spectacular view of beauty at the Dadi point. There are few shops for designer clothes and heavy metal jewellery. The town of Ramgarh is also known as the fruit bowl. It is mostly because the town has many orchards of peach, pears, apricots and apples. There are few hotels and lodges in and around the town to accommodate the visiting guests.
The fast developing city of Ramgarh is able to meet the healthcare need of its citizens. There are few hospitals, pathlabs, chemist shop that
have made the course of treatment easy and accessible. Apart from governmental hospitals one can also find private clinics in this part of Uttarakhand.