Ramgarh is a town surrounded by sand dunes. It is said that it was once amongst the richest town in India. It was a centre of learning and also known as second kashi (varanasi). A walk through the bazaars of Ramgarh take you back in time. It is a treasure trove of painted havelis, temples, chhatris (cenotaphs) and johras (water tanks).

Havelis – There are innumerable havelis built by the merchant clans of Ruias, Poddars, Prahaldakas, Khemkas etc.. Stop by the BashashwarlalPoddar Haveli, a splendid building dating back to around 1830, with its striking floral designs. Other notable havelis include the Sanwalka Haveli, the JagannathPoddar Double Haveli, and the two RuiaHavelis – distinct because of their red and blue murals of Indians and the British people.

Temples - Ramgarh has many interesting temples. The Shani temple, built by the Khemka family has a faded exterior, but the insides are a glorious display of fabulous murals and mirror work. Another fine temple is the Ganga temple, built by the Poddars in 1845. Though it has suffered some wear and tear over the years, its façade still has some very interesting murals. Some of the other temples in the area include the NatwarNiketan, the Ram-Lakshman Temple etc

During the fair, Lakhs of people from rural India flock to Pushkar, along with camel and cattle for several days of livestock trading, horse dealing, pilgrimage and religious festival.

There are some of the finest collection of chhatris(cenotaphs) in the Shekhawati region., the Ram GopalPoddarChhatri is possibly the most striking. Built by the Poddar family in 1872, the murals in the dome depict various scenes from the Ramayana, the life of Lord Krishna and the ragamala paintings. There is also another group of PoddarChhatris which are profusely painted.

Around 90kms from Ramgarh is a small desert nature park Tal Chapar.Teeming with more than 500 chinkara,deers, peacocks, foxes, rabbits etc it is a delight for wildlife lovers.

Ramgarh has the best preserved market place in Shekhawati region. A tailor customizing clothes to your size.A coppersmith, busy in his own world making tools for daily use.

The place is also known for its mouth-watering delicacies. The picture shows making of Indian dessert – Pedha. The ingredients include milk, sugar and thickened milk.

This is making of Ramgarh's famous BundiLaddo's. a ball-shaped sweet. Laddu is made of flour and sugar with other ingredients that vary according to individual's taste.