Welcome to Richha, a small town located in the Bareilly district of Uttar Pradesh, India. Also known as ‘chawal nagri’, Richha is famous for its rice industries. The town is home to over 74 rice mills which have been flourishing for many decades. Most of these mills are situated on the Pilibhit Road and the majority of the residents are employed in these mills. In 2016, a community health centre was established upon the ruins of a century-old hospital near Lal Bahadur Shastri Inter College. The town is a mixture of all major castes and religions, living together peacefully. Most of the population here are Siddiquis and the majority are Muslims followed by Hindus. There are many mosques and temples in the town. Richha is located at an average elevation of 274 metres (887 feet) and has a pleasant climate all year round. With its rich cultural heritage and picturesque surroundings, Richha is a hidden gem waiting to be explored.