Rampur

Rampur is a city and a municipality headquarter of Rampur District in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. Rampur is also known as city of nawaabs. It is famous for its rampuri chaaku (knife). It was formerly known for its various industries, including sugar refining and cotton milling. Its library has more than 12,000 rare manuscripts and a fine collection of Mughal miniature paintings.

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Aryabhatt Planetarium, Rampur
6 kms from Rampur city limits
History

Aryabhatta Planetarium is a scientific repository located in the state of Uttar Pradesh. The museum is around 6 kms from the Rampur city centre.

Aryabhatta Planetarium is a kind of science and general museum located in Rampur. The museum is the first museum in UP based on Digital Laser technology. There are three shows every day for the public. The first show of the day is always dedicated to school booking only. The planetarium remains closed on government holidays and Mondays.

Visitors can ideally spend around three hours, on a visit to Aryabhatt Planetarium. Aryabh...

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Gandhi Samadhi, Rampur
Within Rampur city limits
History

Gandhi Samadhi is a memorial located in the state of Uttar Pradesh. Gandhi Samadhi is located in Rampur city limits. The library is around 2. 5 kilometres from the Rampur city centre.

Gandhi Samadhi is memorial constructed and dedicated the father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi. It was inaugurated on 26th November 2016 by former Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Akhilesh Yadav. It was inaugurated as a part of his political tour called Rath yatra. If anyone asks about where is the tomb of Mahatma Gandhi, everyone will answer it as New Delhi. But it is also situated at Rampur and it i...

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Pilhibit Tiger Reserve
162 kms from Rampur city limits
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Pilibhit Tiger Reserve is one of the 50 tiger reserves present in India. The reserve is around 162 kms from the Rampur city centre.

Pilibhit Tiger Reserve is located near the Indo-Nepal border. River Sharada and Khakra flow on the southern boundary of the tiger reserve. It is considered that there are around 36 tigers in the tiger reserve and have a good prey base for the survival of the tigers. The tiger reserve was opened in September of the year 2008. In the tiger reserve, there are activities like Jeep Safari, Tiger Safari, Jungle Safari, Canter Safari, Nature walks, angling, f...

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Ram Manohar Lohia Park is one of the busy parks located in the state of Uttar Pradesh. Ram Manohar Lohia Park is located in Rampur city limits. The park is around 331 kilometres from the Rampur city centre, or it is a six-hour drive.

Ram Manohar Lohia Park is one of the large memorial park consisting of courtyards, monuments and statues. It also houses an amphitheater in the park. The park is dedicated to Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia, an eminent socialist. The park is widespread over 76 acres of area. Inside the park, there is around 50 species of trees and its count exceeds 15000. Visi...

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Rampur Raza Library, Rampur
Within Rampur city limits
History

Rampur Raza Library is an Indo-Islamic repository located in the state of Uttar Pradesh. Rampur Raza Library is located in Rampur city limits. The library is around 4 kilometres from the Rampur city centre.

Rampur Raza Library was established in the 18th century by the Nawabs. The successive generations and Government of India has built it further and even developed it. The library contains limited and valuable collection of manuscripts, historical documents, specimens of Islamic calligraphy, miniature paintings, astronomical instruments and rare illustrated works in Arabic and Pe...

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Sarai Gate, Rampur
Within Rampur city limits
History

Sarai Gate is one of the historical landmark located in the state of Uttar Pradesh. Sarai Gate is located in Rampur city limits. The park is around 4 km from the Rampur city centre.

Being the under the reign of Mughals and Nawabs, Rampur has many historical sites in it. Among those, Sarai Gate is standing tall. The gate was constructed during the reign of Humayun as a Mughal ruler. It is best to visit the gate during the evening time. Visitors can ideally spend around an hour, on a visit to Sarai Gate.

Sarai Gate has no rigid timings as such. ...

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Shahbad Gate, Rampur
Within Rampur city limits
History

Shahbad Gate is one of the historical landmarks located in the state of Uttar Pradesh. Shahbad Gate is located in Rampur city limits. The park is around 2 kilometres from the Rampur city centre.

Known by many names, Shahbad Gate was constructed by Nawab of Rampur in the 19th century. The Shahbad gate is also known as Eidgah gate, Rampur Gate and Nawab Gate. Currently, it was reconstructed by Samajwadi Party when it was in power. It is best to visit the gate in the evening. Visitors can ideally spend around an hour, on a visit to Shahbad Gate.

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Utsav Palace, Rampur
Within Rampur city limits

Utsav Palace is one of the large fields where the events are held, located in the state of Uttar Pradesh. Utsav Palace is located in Rampur city limits.

Utsav Palace is a wedding hall kind of a field located inside Ramlila ground. The field is very large and many events are held. It is best to visit during any events held. There is always a cool breeze inside the ground. Visitors can ideally spend around an hour, on a visit to Utsav Palace. There is no entry fee or visiting timings as such. ...

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