Culture & Heritage


Ramgarh culture is rich and diverse and as a result unique in its very own way. Rajrappa Mandir and Tooti Jharna Mandir is a popular destination for marriage ceremonies.

Fairs and festivals

The major and most celebrated fairs and festivals include Dipawali, Holi, Chhath, Dussehra or Durga Puja or Navaratri, Ramanavami, Karma, Sarhul, Tusu, Eid, Sarsawati puja, Makar Sankranti, Jivitputrika or Jitiya (Hindi: Jitiya)etc. Due to presence of industries and mining activities Viskarma Puja is also one of the important festival. Makar Sankranti fair in Rajrappa mandir also attracts lots of people. Fairs also organized during Jitiya, karma and others festival.


Ramgarh has a variety of foods and cuisines. The most known and common cuisine in Ramgarh that are practically prepared in every household includes Roti (Chapati) or Phulka, Rice or Bhat, Dal, Sabzi or Tarkari and last but definitely not the least, Achar or Pickle. Duska and Vada is famous local fast food. Salty Duska ingredients is rice and urad dal. Ingredient of Vada is also urad dal. Different types of flowers and leaves are used as a vegetables like Bamboo shoot pakoras, Pampkin flower fried pakoras, Khukri or mushroom tarkari etc.