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ANDHRA PRADESH

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 The culture of Andhra Pradesh is an integral part of the rich cultural heritage of the country. The art and crafts of the region like Kalamkari, Bidri, the fabulous weaving of Gadwal and Venkatagiri, the exclusive metal ware, brass, stone and wood carving highlight the immense talent of the Andhra craftsmen. 

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ARUNACHAL PRADESH

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 Arunachal Tourism. The culture of Arunachal Pradesh is truly varied in the sense that the state has 26 major tribes including sub-tribes. Every tribe has their own unique set of traditions and customs. The major tribes of Arunachal are: Adi, Galo, Aka, Apatani, Nyishi, Tagins, Bori, and Bokar etc. 

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ASSAM

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Known for its rich culture and diverse population, the culture of Assam is a fusion of Indo Burmese, Mongolian and Aryan influences. The beautiful land is a little paradise on a rocky terrain and worth to be discovered for its pristine beauty. The natives are called Asomiya which is also the state language of Assam.

 

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BIHAR

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The land of Buddhism and Jainism is rich in culture and tradition. People in Bihar celebrate a whole range of festivals. These festivals are inherently linked with the lifestyle and culture of people of Bihar. People in Biharcelebrate Holi, Saraswati Puja, Durga Puja or Dussehra, Deepwali and Bhaiya Dooj.

 

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CHHATTISGARH

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Eastern parts of the state of Chhattisgarh are influenced with Oriya culture. People of the state aretraditional and believe in simple way of living following their traditional customs and beliefs. It can be visibly observed in their food habits, festivals and fairs, costumes, ornaments, folk dance and music as well.

 

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CHANDIGARH

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Though the people of Chandigarh belong to a cosmopolitan culture they are endowed with numerous temples, mosques, shrines and bhawans present throughout the city. The culture is a blend of Hinduism, Sikhism and Islam.

 

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DELHI

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Delhi is an ancient city that has witnessed various ups and downs, politically and culturally. But every time, itsculture, heritage, religion and the tradition regained itself for the generations to come. The culture of Delhi seems to be a blend of the modern lifestyles as well as the oldtraditions and values.

 

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GUJRAT

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The Gujarati's are known for their diverse cultural heritage and rich traditions. It is a vibrant mix of Hinduism, Islam, Jainism and Buddhism and also a blend of different culturesof the Guajarati's like arts, beliefs, customs, traditions, institutions, inventions, language, technology and values.

 

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GOA

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Culture of Goa. Goa, a former Portuguese colony, is called 'Rome of the East'. It is considered as the most westernized state of Indian Territory as the inhabitants of Goa adopted western culture. Goa is enriched withcultural heritage that include folk songs, dances, music, visual arts and folk tales.

 

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HIMACHAL PRADESH

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The beauty of the culture of Himachal Pradesh lies in its simplicity. The most commonly spoken languages inHimachal Pradesh are Hindi, Punjabi, Pahari, Dogri, Kangri and Kinnauri. A majority of the people of the state are Hindus. Other inhabitants include Buddhists.

 

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HARYANA

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Hence, it is in a state of perpetual conflict between hoarytraditions and modern evolution. The people of Haryanastrictly adhere to their customs and cultural traditions. One such tradition is of meditation. Yoga and chanting of Vedic mantras have become an innate part of their lifestyle.

 

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JAMMU AND KASHMIR

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Jammu Kashmir is a diverse blend of variouscultures People from different religious and social practices of Muslim, Hindu, Sikh, and Buddhist have created a composite culture of the state which is called Kashmiriyat.

 

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KERELA

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Kerala has a rich cultural heritage. Its diverse cultureis influenced by three main religions of Hinduism, Christianity and Islam. Exquisite sculptures, music and dance forms can be seen in the historic development of Kerala's cultural traditions.

 

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MADHYA PRADESH

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Tourism in Madhya Pradesh has been an attraction of India because of its location in the centre of the country. It has been home to the cultural heritage of Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism etc. Innumerable monuments, but exquisitely carved temples, stupas, forts & palaces are dotted all over the state. Madhya Pradesh has won Best Tourism State National award for 3 consecutive years i.e. 2017, 2016 and 2015.

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MAHARASTRA

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Maharashtra is the first largest state of India. It is known as the land of Sant religion|saints,educationists and revolutionists, teachers, doctors, actors, actressesMaharashtra is also known for its purogami culture  Maharashtra has huge influence all over the world of 17th-century King Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj of Maratha Empire and his concept of Hindavi Swarajya which translates to self-rule of people.

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MANIPUR

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Manipuri Culture And Traditions. The small state ofManipur is vibrant with colours and boasts of a richculture. Their history and customs are likely to attract many people from around the globe. Their belief and superstitions have always charmed the foreigners.

 

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MIZORAM

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The culture of Mizoram is well known for the colorful attire of the womenfolk, their musical festivals and the popular Cheraw bamboo dance during the festivals. The people of Mizoram mainly comprises of various Tibeto-Burman groups of Kuki tribe such as Hmar, Lushai, Ralte, Pawi, Thadou and Zou.

 

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NAGALAND

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The cultural heritage of Nagas is quite rich. Living in the state harmoniously from many ancient decades, the ethnic communities of Nagaland have developed a vibrant platform of cultural dynamism. The tribes dwelling in the rural pockets of Nagaland preserve their own age-old customs and rituals.Jun 22, 2013

 

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ORISSA

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Odisha is the bastion of rich cultural heritage with its historical monuments, archaeological sites, traditionalarts, sculpture, dance and music. From the time immemorial Odisha attracts a large number of scholars, artists and tourists.

 

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PUNJAB

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The culture of the Punjab encompasses the spoken language, written literature, cuisine, science, technology, military warfare, architecture, traditions, values and history of the Punjabi people native to the northern part of the Indian subcontinent. All the rivers start and flow out of the Himalayas. These other five rivers are Jhelum River, Chenab River, Ravi River, Beas River and Sutlej River.

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TRIPURA

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The state of Tripura is very rich in its culture and tradition. Each tribe of the state has its own cultural activities. They have their distinct dance and music which are mainly folk in nature. Folk songs and dance are performed on occasions like weddings, religious and other festivals.

 

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RAJASTHAN

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It is a tourism destination with lots of tourist attractions and good tourist facilities. This historical state of India attracts tourists and vacationers with its rich culture, tradition, heritage, and monuments. It has also some sanctuaries & national parks.

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TAMIL NADU

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People who live in the state understand the ethnicity of their culture and how it marks their identity in the world. They are very adherent towards their rituals andtraditions like following the caste system, religion and community traits, etc. Tamil is the official language of the state.

 

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TELANGANA

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 Culture of Telangana covers the amalgamation of the South Indian culture and the Muslim culture that evolves from Nizams of Hyderabad. Culture of Telangana is the mixture oftraditional Telegu culture and the Persian traditionthat comes from Mughals and the Nizams of Hyderabad.Jan 7, 2015

 

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UTTAR PRADESH

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Uttar Pradesh attracts large number of visitors, both national and international; with more than 71 million domestic tourists (in 2003) and almost 25% of the All-India foreign tourists visiting Uttar Pradesh, it is one of the top tourist destinations in India. There are two regions in the state where a majority of the tourists go, viz. the Agra circuit and the Hindu pilgrimage circuit.

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UTTARAKHAND

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Uttarakhand is a beautiful place which can be sub-divided into two regions majorly known as Garhwal and Kumaon. The culture identifies its people uniquely and gives them a meaning. The various traditions, religions, fairs, festivals, folk dances, music are what distinctly separate them from the rest of the crowd.

 

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WEST BENGAL

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West Bengal has a long tradition of popular literature, music and drama largely based on Bengali folklore and Hindu epics and Puranas. Religion, specially Hinduism, the principal and predominant religion of the state, plays a vital role in theculture of West Bengal.

 

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