Nestled in the Shekhawati region – the “open air art gallery of Rajasthan” – and surrounded by rolling sand dunes, lies the enchanting town of Ramgarh. A place filled with some of the most captivating painted havelis (mansions) and monuments in the region - built by rich business families of India more than a century ago. No wonder it is also known as "Sethan Ramgarh" - the Ramgarh of Merchants.
Ramgarh is located in the Sikar district of the Shekhawati region, in the northern part of Rajasthan. It lies halfway between Jaipur & Bikaner.
Ramgarh has excellent train connectivity. The railway station is about 10 Kms from Ramgarh, at Churu.
Daily air conditioned trains connect Churu to both Delhi and Bikaner. From Churu it takes about 15-20 minutes by taxi to Ramgarh.
The train takes about 5 hours from Delhi, and 3 hours from Bikaner.