Art & Culture in HimachalEach and every state has its own art and culture; while people living in the state follow their rituals through various events. Standing among a few states with the tag of remained largely untouched by external customs; Himachal Pradesh has been presenting a perfect blend of its rich civilization and culture that is not affected outside customs because of its difficult terrain. However, the state has been witnessing a heavy influx of tourists from across the country and worldwide, but its effect cannot be seen at the art and culture of the state.
Being a multicultural, multilingual and multiregional state in the northern part of India, Himachal Pradesh is known for people speaking different languages like Hindi, Pahari, Dogri, Mandeali, Kangri, Kinnauri, and various other local languages. Not forget the mention the presence of tribal people living in inner parts of the state and luring tourists to spend some time amid them. People in the state celebrate their fairs and festivals in a joyous way and leave no stone unturned. Even in local fairs, villages in Himachal Pradesh carry their gods on Palaquins. Folk songs are very popular here and people during fairs and festivals in Himachal Pradesh gather and dance on their folk songs. Some of the local festivals celebrate with joy and grand celebration include Baisakhi, Lohri, Gochi, Himachal’s Winter Carnival, Nalwari Fair, Shimal’s Summer Festival, Gugga Fair, Fullaich Festival, Dussehra, Sui Mata Festival and Minjar Fair.
Himachal Tourism Guide helps you in understanding the art and culture of the state according to your own way. We also offer attractive tour packages by the name of cultural tours Himachal Pradesh. We let you accommodate in the villages and understand their culture and civilization. Our tour packages also cover the tribal areas through a tour guide who provides you precise information about their culture, civilization, ritual and traditions.