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Nagpur Ramtek Temple, Nagpur

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Situated in the high hills northeast of Nagpur, Nagpur Ramtek Temple allegedly provided a home for the exiled Lord Rama (of Ramayana fame). The site dates to the 4th century--the place is swarming with cheeky monkeys, so watch your stuff. Add Nagpur Ramtek Temple to your Nagpur travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Nagpur itinerary planner.
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  • Ramtek is famous by its name, named after the lord Rama. Tek refers to tekdi which means we can see long views from temples over here. Good place to go with your family and friends.  more »
  • Must visit site. Around 50km away from Nagpur but well connected. Vehicle can go upto temple which is situated on hills. Try to visit before 11am because temple is closed after that.  more »
  • Visited this place just for the sake of its popularity but found it good only for sight seeing. This could be a great place for locals who throng this temple during festivals like Dushehara etc. There...  more »