Synonyms for rampura or Related words with rampura

ratanpur              dharampur              rajpur              hasanpur              gobindpur              rajapur              manpur              salempur              shahbad              gohana              narayanpur              jaitpur              madhuban              kheri              rajpura              chakia              sarangpur              narsinghpur              maharajganj              madanpur              jalalpur              gangapur              mirzapur              shahpur              kheda              pipariya              sonbarsa              kaithal              shankarpur              lalpur              sonapur              barauli              khurda              nurpur              bhagwanpur              paharpur              khed              shivapur              shahapur              manikpur              lakhanpur              sikandarpur              narnaul              kandhar              madhapar              chainpur              phaltan              shirur              bhor              mangrol             

Examples of "rampura"
Address : Gill Kalan, Rampura, Bathinda, Punjab. PIN- 151103, Post - Rampura Phul
The native language of Rampura is Hindi and Marwari language is also used. The nearest railway station in and around Rampura is Narayanpura, Kuchaman. Nearest airport to Rampura is at Jaipur.
India census, Rampura Jawaharwala had a population of 1272 Males 693 and females 579. There were 231 households. The Village has a School Government High School Rampura Jawaharwala
Rampura Agucha is located 220 km from Jaipur. It is north of Bhilwara, and northwest of Shahpura. Rampura-Agucha is 17 km southeast of bijainagar on NH 79.
As of the 2001 India census, Rampura Phul had a population of 42,820. Males constitute 53% of the population and females 47%. Rampura Phul has an average literacy rate of 66%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 70%, and female literacy is 61%. In Rampura Phul, 12% of the population is under 6 years of age.
In the late 16th century the Mughal Emperor Akbar made Rampura an independent principality after capturing it as a part of the Mewar territory. Until 1660, Rampura remained under the Mewar Maharana, who paid annual tribute to the Mughals. For a brief period the Rampura rulers served the Mughal army, and for a while the district enjoyed peace and tranquillity.
In Rampura Railway, there are 44 households with total population of 392 (with 51.53% males and 48.47% females), based on 2011 census. Total area of village is 2.68 km. There is one primary school in Rampura Railway village.
Rampura Agucha is today the world's largest zinc producing mine.
Rampura may refer to the following paces in India :
Detroj-Rampura is a taluka of Ahmedabad District, India.
Bathinda is divided into the 4 tehsils of Bathinda, Rampura Phul, Maur and Talwandi Sabo. These tehsils are further divided into the nine blocks of Bathinda, Sangat, Nathana, Rampura, Phul, Maur, Balianwali, Bhagta Bhai ka and Talwandi Sabo.
Government High School Rampura Jawaharwala (Punjabi: ਸਰਕਾਰੀ ਹਾਈ ਸਕੂਲ ਰਾਮਪੁਰਾ ਜਵਾਹਰਵਾਲਾ) . is Co-Education School Situated in Village Rampura Jawaharwala 5 km South East in Lehragaga in the District Sangrur district, Punjab
The nearest main road is Rampura-Salabatpura, 6 km away. Barnala - Baza Khana Road 8 km and Nathna - Bhagta Road 5 km. Frontier Studio in Bhagta Bhai Ka 11 km. The nearest railway station is Rampura Phul, 20 km away.
Gill Kalan , village in Rampura , Tehsil in Bathinda District of Punjab State, India. It is located 38 km towards East from District headquarters Bathinda. 5 km from Rampura. 177 km from State capital Chandigarh.
It refines Lead-Zinc ore from Rampura Agucha.It produces Zinc, Lead, Cadmium and other precious metals.
Rampura Jawaharwala (village) is situated on Lehragaga to Moonak and Jakhal Link Road .
Rampura is a village and former petty princely state in Gujarat, western India.
Chaman Lal (born August 27, 1947 in Rampura Phul, Bathinda district Punjab) is a Punjabi novelist.
Rampura Bus Stand is the very nearby bus stand to Gill kalan.
Rampura is a small town in the Aravalli Range, Rampura has experienced a martial past. Many battles were fought here between the Rajputs, Marathas, Mughals and British forces. It is located on the west side of the Chambal River. Its location, connecting Malwa with Rajputana through the Mukundara Pass, made Rampura strategically important to all those with territorial ambitions and consequently a political shuttle cock.