Shahpura Ramdwara is located at Shapura, situated at Bhilwara district of Rajasthan, India. The place is around 58 kms away from the city center of Bhilwara. It takes about 1 hour and 20 minutes to reach the destination via road. On reaching Bhilwara, visitors can take public transport or they can even book a cab and directly reach to the destination in no time.

Shahpura Ramdwara is a favourite tourist spot at Shahpura city. Ramdwara means the “doorway to the Ram” (i. e. , to the name of God). It is a place of worship for the people who are the believer of Ramsnehi Sampradaya, which advocates chanting of Ram. Ramsnehi means to the people who love God. Their way of worshipping God is simple yet very sacred. The place is an example of unity and brotherhood as people from all faiths, castes and sections visit at Ramdwara. This concept of Ram is distinct from the Hindu deity Rama.

The Shahpura Ramdwara was sponsored by the King of Shahpura, Maharaja Amar Singh, and his brother Chattra Singh. Ramdwara is made up of marble stones. Each marble stone has a picture and stone mark on it as of Hindi alphabets of the construction of word Ram (Lord Ram), bow, saint, India’s map, sword, lion, monkey and other natural pictures.

The main base structure of Shahpura Ramdwara is an octagon shaped shiny marble pillar which is about 12 feet long. This pillar is situated at the cremation place of Ram Charan Maharaj. The pillar is also called as Samadhi Stambh. The construction of Ramdwara was done in different phases so it has its own distinct features and architecture.

Shahpura Ramdwara is the perfect place to spend some quality time with families and friends. Visitors can explore the distinct architecture of the place and will go awe-struck from its beauty. The surroundings of the place are very calming and meditating. One can gain inner peace on visiting Ramdwara. The place is perfect for photo-fanatics and nature lovers.

Shahpura Ramdwara is open all around for the visitors to come and enjoy at the place during timings 9:00 AM - 11:45 AM and 3:00 PM – 8:00 PM.