September 19, 2021

3 Magnificent Places to Visit in Ratlam

Ratlam

Top Tourist Attractions in Ratam

Ratlam, formerly known as Ratnapuri, is a city in Madhya Pradesh, India, located in the northwestern portion of the Malwa region. Ratlam is located at an elevation of 480 metres above sea level. It is the administrative centre of the Ratlam district, which was established in 1947 following India’s independence. There was no better site to trade than Ratlam before the Rajputana State Railway opened to Khandwa in 1872. The city is recognised for its passion for cuisine, especially the world-famous salty delicacy ‘Ratlami Sev.’ Ratlam’s Gold Jewellery and Saree Market are the purest in India.

Best Places to Visit in Ratlam

Dholawad dam

The Dholawad dam is one of Ratlam’s most popular tourist attractions, located 25 kilometres west of Ratlam near Raoti. The Dholawad dam, also known as the Saroj Sarowar Bandh, is located 6 kilometres from Raoti town. The dam is located in beautiful settings and gives visitors a sense of peace and tranquilly. Stay till sundown to appreciate the beauty of the sun setting on the horizon while visiting the Dholawad dam.

Cactus Garden Sailana

This little village near Ratlam is a treasure trove of one-of-a-kindness. Cactus twice the height of a man may be seen at the Cactus Garden at the Jaswant Niwas Palace, which includes over 1200 distinct types of cacti.

Bibrod Tirth

It has established itself as one of the most significant Jain religious centres. A statue of Adinath Bhagwan is 2.49 feet tall at the temple. This temple is thought to have existed before to the thirteenth century.

Best Time to Visit Ratlam

Anytime

How to Reach Ratlam

By Air

The nearest airport is Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar Airport in Indore, which is 138.9 kilometres away and takes 1 hour 30 minutes to arrive.

By Rail

Ratlam has its own train station that is well connected to major cities such as Delhi (732 kilometres), Bhopal (280 kilometres), and Indore (120 kilometres).

By Road

Regular buses link Ratlam to the rest of the country’s major cities.

Animesh Sharma

Animesh Sharma loves to travel to domestic and international places. He likes to explore unexplored and offbeat travel places in India and abroad.

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