Ramala is a village situated on the Delhi Saharanpur highway (National Highway 57) in Baghpat District of Uttar Pradesh in India.


Ramala is well connected to capital city New Delhi via rail and road transport.


Baraut is the nearest town to the south of the village and Shamli on the north.


Farmers in the village mostly grow sugarcane and this raw sugarcane is supplied to the sugar factory (Ramala Co-operative Sugar Mills Ltd) situated in the village. The land is very fertile as the village is situated on the bank of East Yamuna Canal. The Village is dominated by Jat community.

Village facilities

  • Government hospital
  • Police station
  • Post office
  • Inter college
  • Degree college
  • Sugar factory
  • Three banks
  • Veterinary hospital
  • Fertilizer society
  • Irrigation water facility through Eastern Yamuna Canal