Ramgarh crater to be developed as tourist hub | Jaipur News
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Ramgarh crater to be developed as tourist hub | Jaipur News

Jaipur: A crater of 3-km diameter in Baran district estimated by geologists to have occurred some 150 million years ago due to the impact of a meteorite will be developed as a tourist spot.
The crater also has a 10th-century Shiva temple called BhandDeva in the style of the Khajuraho group of monuments which was demolished byAurangzeb. But the temples, which are under the archaeological department, hasnot been restored and developed.
The state mines and geology department is currentlypreparing a strategy for developing the geological aspect of the crater,archeological site and tourism infrastructure at the Ramgarh village where thecrater is located. Because of the impact of the meteorite, a lake of 1-km length and 250-meter width was…

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