Main Attractions of Rampur
Also known as Rampur Palace, Padam Palace was built by Raja Padam Dev Singh
in the 1917. The essential construction of the palace is done using wood. The palace
is designed in a typical colonial style with conical roof and features interesting spaces
like porticos and galleries. Architecture of the palace is well-maintained and offers a
unique blend of Indian and European style. Padam Palace is an important thing to visit
The main appeal of Rampur trip is the Lavi Fair - one of the massive fairs of North India.
This fair takes place in 2nd week of November. The fair is reasonably popular among
the locals. It creates a buzz with activities. Traders and craftsmen come here to buy and
sell products like dry fruits, shawls, blankets, crops, handicrafts and many other things.
This is a small temple in Rampur that has great religious value. The temple is dedicated
to Lord Rama and is an important site for visiting the place.
Dumgir Buddhist Temple:
Dumgir Buddhist Temple is a sacred place for the followers of Buddhism. Anyone
coming for Rampur travel definitely visits this place. The temple features a large prayer
wheel that visitors are supposed to move.
Best Time to Visit Rampur
Rampur witnesses pleasant climate all through the year. Summer season starts in
Rampur comes in April and remains till June. It witnesses a pleasant summer as the
weather is truly this time. Monsoon arrives in July and continues till September and this
is a hazardous time to visit the destination due to land-sliding. Winters in Rampur are
cold and witnesses snowfall. So, avoid this season between November and February.
How to Reach Rampur
If you are planning a Rampur vacation then explore the options to reach there before
booking Rampur holiday packages. The place is a popular tourist destination and is
well-connected through all means of transport.
Shimla Airport is the closest airport to Rampur, which is well connected to many places
in India through flights. On arrival at the airport, tourists can take buses or rent cars to
reach Rampur. Shimla is very convenient for tourists to get here.
The nearest railway station to Rampur is Kalka, which is well-connected with cities like
Delhi, Kolkata and Chandigarh through a range of trains.
Private buses and buses of the State Government can be taken on a daily basis to
travel between Shimla and Rampur. One can also take taxi or other private vehicles to
travel from Shimla to Rampur.