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Tradition and culture of Uttarakhand

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Tuesday, 3rd August 2021

Uttarakhand is a perfect home, with 13 districts divided into two locations, to be precise, the Kumaon region and the Garhwal district, the people of this area follow the Garhwali and Kumaon culture.

Garhwal Culture The beauty of the place

Garhwal is a pleasant place, separated by mountains, green valleys and cold climate. People from all over the country flocked to the scene to think and realize harmony in a real life full of hustle and bustle. Even today, very old wooden cuttings can be seen in part of the entrance to Garhwal. This place is called devbhoomi all over the world, and everyone here goes to most of the temples, holy places, spirituality, tourism and pilgrimages.

Also Read: Punjabi Cultural Tradition and Punjabi Cultural Diversity


Garhwali is the primary language of the region. There are various slang in the Garhwali language, including Jaunsari, Marchi, Jadhi, and Sailani. Garhwal is occupied by individuals with diverse cultural gatherings and hierarchies. The main languages ??used here are Hindi, Kumaoni, Garhwali, Bhotiya, and Jaunsari.

Venues and Food

The Garhwal lifestyle features a fascinating combination of the indigenous public and the different alien civilizations that occasionally settle here. Social movements and music have shaped Garhwal’s personal and cultural fundamentals.

Garhwal cuisine is the provincial cuisine of Uttarakhand. Usually based on cereals and oatmeal, cooked with simple ingredients and negligible seasonings, coupled with ideal cooking methods, make the food delicious and nutritious, with homemade pickles and sauces.

People and Food

The cuisine of Kumaon's beautiful hillside is unique in its incredible society and vibrant customs, it is clear, rustic and powerful in nature. Kumaon’s nutrition beautifully presents the native products of the region, and uses a lot of rare herbs and warm flavors such as fenugreek, coriander and mustard.

Singing and dancing

In the Kumaon area, people invite Brahmin women (ladies) to sing at auspicious works such as weddings, string ceremonies, and other ceremonies. These women can let the group sing songs at the ceremony and charge a fee.

Songs and dances

The popular songs of the area reflect a basic sense of relaxation and simplicity, generally derived from the harmony, peace and openness of the environment. The themes of the melody are naturally connected with the different agricultural activities, its pillars and the incredible love for the land.

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