Tradditional Info
Name of Tahsil Std Code
Nagpur 0712
Hingna 07104
Kamptee 07109
Katol 07112
Narkhed 07105
Saoner 07113
Kalmeshwar 07118
Ramtek 07114
Parseoni 07102
Mauda 07115
Umred 07116
Bhiwapur 07106
Kuhi 07100


Ramtek is a city and a municipal council in Nagpur district in the Indian state of Maharashtra. Ramtek town is located at latitude 21º24” North and Longitude 79º20”. It is a small town in Nagpur District situated at a distance of 54.7 Kms on North East of Nagpur.

As of 2001 India census, Ramtek had a population of 22,517. Males constitute 51% of the population and females 49%. It has an average literacy rate of 75%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 82%, and female literacy is 68%.

Ramtek has got Historic temple of lord Rama. The legend also goes that Lord Rama stopped at Ramtek, along with His wife Sita and brother Lakshmana, while on his exile.
The present temple is believed to have been built by the King of Nagpur Raghuji Bhonsale, after his victory over fort of Deogarh in Chindwara. Ramtek temple
Another fact that adds to the attraction of the town, from tourism point of view, is its association with the Great poet Kalidasa. He wrote his excellent poem, Meghdoot in the hills of Ramtek only. In fact, it is often said that it was the beauty of Ramtek Hills that inspired him to write the poem

Ramtek is easily accessible by road and rail. The Mansar – Tumsar State highway passing through the town connects it to the Nagpur Jabalpur National Highway No. 7.
The Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation buses ply frequently during the day between Nagpur and Ramtek. Similarly a broad gauge railway line, an offshoot of the Howrah Bombay Main line connects Ramtek to Nagpur. A passenger train makes three
Ramtek temple trips daily between Ramtek and Nagpur
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Ram Navami 2024 Celebration in Nagpur


On April 17, 2024, the city of Nagpur will come together in a harmonious celebration of Ram Navami, marking the birth of Lord Rama. This day is observed with great enthusiasm, as temples fill with devotees, streets burst into processions, and homes light up with decorations. It's a time when the city's rich cultural heritage shines brightly, reflecting the enduring values and teachings of one of Hinduism's most revered deities. Temple Visits The Poddareshwar Ram Mandir, with its magnificent architecture and spiritual ambiance, invites dev

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