Ramdevra is a quaint village located in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan. This village is named after a Rajput saint who took Samadhi at a young age of 33 years. To commemorate him, the village bears a bewildering temple with labyrinthine carvings. The temple was constructed by Maharaja Ganga Singh of Bikaner.
The village of Ramdevra is elevated at a height of 750 feet above the sea level. It covers a gross area of 5 sq. km. and has jagged sandy terrains. The climate of Ramdevra is classified as semi-arid in nature. It experiences flaming summers as the median mercury level touches 40°C on an average. The winters arrive for a shorter period and the average temperature rests between 22°C-27°C.
Though Ramdevra isn't blessed with the picturesque landscapes and hills, there are other travel destinations over there. The eminent name like Ramdevra Temple is a major attraction in the village. Ramsagar Talab is another lake located close to the temple. The tourists can also visit the nearby small desert and enjoy the camel rides at affordable charges.