Rampura Phul is a city in the Bathinda district in the Indian state of Punjab. It is located on Dehradun-Chandigarh-Bathinda National Highway (No. 7). Its name is derived due to its location between two villages, Rampura and Phul Town. Phul Town serves as a Tehsil for villages in nearby area. The city is main market for all surrounding villages and education center, since many students from villages come here for education.The town is well known for blood donors.Says M.L. Chawla, chief medical officer of Bhatinda: "Rampura is a veritable lifeline". Says an appreciative J.G. Jolly, formerly professor of blood transfusion at PGMIER, Chandigarh: "The enthusiasm that the people of Rampura have shown to create a self-sustained blood donation movement is exemplary."It is at 222 metres(728 feet) from sea level. It is a good town for living.