Ramdighi pool lies at the foot of a precipice on the western slopes of the Cimur hills, some 16 km. (ten miles) north-north-east of Seganv in Waroda tahsil. It is hollowed out of the rock, about 40 feet in diameter, and of unknown depth. In the monsoon a considerable stream falls into its basin from the precipice above. Tradition attributes the formation of the pool to Rama when passing through this part of the country. There is an ancient temple on an eminence above with two good carvings of a warrior with shield and straight sword. One of the warriors has fallen backwards and the second one is bent towards the pool and may fall in it before long.