Uttarakhand is the state with cultural tradition. It is land of pious Ganga and important religious centres situated on its banks. The state imparts a special colour to the Indian culture with the arts, crafts, dances and rich musical notes.
The swirling twenty meter skirts and the sparking odhanis of the girls and tall handsome men spell Haryana. With fertile and tilled by hard working people, it’s famous for its potters, its needlework, colourful costumes and its colourful dances.
Punjab, the cradle of one of the most ancient civilizations, is inhabited by hard working people who sing and dance with gay abandon whenever the mood takes them. The Punjabi bhangra needs no introduction the world over, and the dhol is the largest drum in India.
Rajasthan- the land of legends, bravery and colour- has different tribes spread all over its hugs expanse, each with different costumes, different costumes, different songs and dances and skills in tie and die, printing, patchwork, jewellery making, carving, pottery, etc.
The Union Territory of Chandigarh has special characteristics merging the traditions and cultural heritage of all these states and it is hub of cultural activities for all the incorporating states. Chandigarh popularly known as “The City Beautiful