The present family of Ramgarh (Haryana) are the descendants of Mian Kalee Chand, a younger son of Raja Sangar Chand of Bilaspur, Himachal Pradesh, who ruled from 1197 to 1220. Its rulers were Chandel Rajputs whose original seat of power was Chanderi in Madhya Pradesh. About 1300 years ago, the Ramgarh family ancestors migrated from there to Punjab and established the State of Kot Kahlur. The capital was later shifted to Bilaspur.
One branch of the family of the Raja of Bilaspur laid the foundation of Ramgarh more than 325 years ago. During the 1750’s, Ramgarh passed from Sikh suzerainty to that of Sirmour, Himachal Pradesh. In 1804, it threw off its allegiance to Sirmour and established its independence.
In the year 1687 AD, when Guru Gobind Singh ji was moving from Paonta Sahib to Anandpur Sahib after the Battle of Bhangani, he passed through the territory of Ramgarh. The then rulers of Ramgarh offered him a horse, a sword and cash of Rs 500 as a mark of respect. This fact is mentioned in the ‘Paonta Sahib Souvenir’ published by the Guru Gobind Singh Foundation, Chandigarh in 1975.
Eight generations down, the family opens its home for the discerning traveler. The property has been extensively refurbished. Great care has been taken to retain the old world charm and ambience and at the same time provide modern day comforts for our guests. This makes Ramgarh Heritage an ideal destination for weddings, corporate meetings and off-sites as well as NRI’s looking for a temporary base for conducting wedding or other functions. Several options/locations are available within the property itself for undertaking various functions. It is also an excellent weekend choice for all those wishing for a break from the hustle and bustle of modern day city life. You can de-stress in luxury.