Located at Rajrappa is the renowned Maa Chhinmastika Temple, which is at a mere 28 km distance from the Ramgarh Cantonment. Being a popular destination for hindu pilgrimage, this temple is also known as a ‘Shakthi Peeta’. The ancient architecture of the Maa Chhinmastika temple emphasizes the importance of Tantrik tradition.
The major attractions of this temple are the headless statue of Goddess Chhinmastika, which stands upon the statues of Kamdeo and Rati, on a bed of Lotus. This Temple is situated near the confluence of the rivers Damodar and Bharvi, which is considered as the holy union of Lord Shiva and Goddess Shakti. Many ceremonies and marriages take place at this temple.
If you are looking for an ideal tourist spot at Ramgarh, which is also a Hindu pilgrimage centre, then the Mayatungri Temple would be the perfect choice. With it’s panoramic natural beauty, this temple is 5 km south of Ramgarh in the Chutupalu Valley. It is at a height of 300 ft.
Every year a local festival known as Karma is celebrated with enthusiasm by the locals and people from the neighbouring villages. There is popular belief among the locals that praying on the hill brings rain to the area. Durga Puja and Navaratri are celebrated twice a year on the hill.
Situated amidst scenic surroundings at Ramgarh is the acclaimed temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, known as the Tooti Jharna Temple. It is about 7 km away from the Ramgarh Cantonment. The main attraction of this Temple is that the water from a river flows through a canal and falls directly on the Shiva Linga. It is an ideal place to visit along with family and friends to relax in the serene atmosphere.