|Co ordinates:||23°57′36″N 86°48′00″E|
|Total Population(Census 2011):||949443|
|Climate:||Humid subtropical climate.|
|Average Elevation:||Not Available|
Ramgarh district was formed by carving out erstwhile Hazaribagh District on 12th September 2007. Ramgarh district is situated at the center of the Jharkhand state. Therefore it is also called heart of Jharkhand. The literal meaning of Ramgarh is “The Fort of Lord Rama”. Ramgarh town is the headquartering of the district and the district named after Ramgarh town.
It is certified by the symbolic relies of Buddha period in the temple of Gola . Probably in 8th Centre B.C. (3) Jain Trithankar was constructed in Parasnath. It is clarified by this that in the beginning of Jainism, There is existence of Ramgarh. Ramgarh was also a military district during the British Regime, referred to than as Ramghur district.
In 1940, 53rd Session of Indian National Congress was accomplished under the presidentship of Maulana Abul Qalam Ajad at that time, under the leadership of Netajee Subhash Chandra Bose conference against Samjhauta was completed also. Storm and hurricane was on the peak. In Ramgarh, Subhsha Chandra Bose was seen as president of All India Forward Block and M.N. Roy was seen as leader of Radicle democratic party. The king of Ramgarh Kamakhya Narayan was rival of Shri K.B. Sahay. Ramgarh Cant council was structured in 1941. There are two centers of Army training i.e SRC and PRC. In 1928 Ramgarh road Railway station was formed.
The district is endowed with a large and rich deposit of coal and cold bed methane and other minerals like Limestone, Fire Clay etc. The coalfields of the Ramgarh district lie in the Damodar Valley. Therefore the district holds a strong position on the mineral map of the country. The important geological formations of the district is Gondwana System and the rocks of the Damuda Group of Lower Gondwana age comprises the most important coal seams. The coal deposit of the district mainly found in South Karanpura, West Bokaro and Ramgarh coalfields.
Bollywood movie named Kaala Patthar starring Amitabh Bacchan and Shatrughan Sinha was shot in Ramgarh. Also Bollywood movie named Koyelaanchal starring Vinod Khanna and Sunil Shetty was shot in Ramgarh.
Ramgarh district consists of 06 Blocks the following are the list of the Blocks in Ramgarh district
According to the 2011 census Ramgarh district has a population of 9,49,443. This gives it a ranking of 459th in India (out of a total of 640). The district has a population density of 708 inhabitants per square kilometer (1,770/sq mi). Its population growth rate over the decade 2001-2011 was 13.06%. Ramgarh has a sex ratio of 921 females for every 1000 males and a literacy rate of 73.92%.
|District Total Population||949443|
|District Head Quarter||Ramgarh Cantonment|
|District Administrative Division||North Chotanagpur division|
|Lok sabha constituencies||Hazaribagh|
|District STD Code||06553|
|Vehical Registration Code||JH24|
|Govt. Official Website||http://www.ramgarh.nic.in|