Civil Courts, Ramgarh

Ramgarh

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JUDGESHIP At GLANCE

The Judgeship of Ramgarh came into existence on 03/10/2015 which was inaugurated by Hon'ble Chief Justice Sri Virender Singh , the then Chief Justice of Hon’ble High Court of Jharkhand , Ranchi. Sri Kishor Kumar Srivastava was appointed as the first District & Sessions Judge, Ramgarh. Earlier ramgarh was part of hazaribagh judgeship.

The Government of Jharkhand vide notification no. 1729/J dated 07.07.2014 constituted a separate district Judgeship and Sessions Division styled as Ramgarh District and Sessions Divison with its headquarter at Ramgarh under the jurisdiction of Principal District and Sessions Judge, Ramgarh comprising 143 Panchayats of Six blocks.

Ramgarh is one of the twenty four districts of Jharkhand State in Eastern India. It was carved out of erstwhile Hazaribagh District. The name Ramgarh means " The Fort of God Ram " It is the administrative headquarters of this district. This district falls under North Chotanagpur Division . Chotanagpur is one of the commissoneries of Jharkhand, its headquarter is Hazaribag having seven districts comprising Bokaro, Chatra, Dhanbad, Giridih, Hazaribagh, Koderma and Ramgarh. This district was carved out on 12 September 2007 by separating six blocks – Ramgarh, Gola, Mandu,Patratu,Chitarpura and Dulmi. 

Rajrappa Mandir : The Chhinamastika Temple is a very holy and popular place of Hindu pilgrimage. Devotees from all corners of Country visit this holy place throughout the year. The famous Maa Chhinmastika temple is situated at Rajrappa , 28 km away from Ramgarh on the confluence of rivers Damodar and Bhairavi or Bhera. This temple finds place in Vedas and Puranas and it has been recognized as an ancient and strong source of Shakti.