Almost 95% of Aizawl locals follow Christianity and hence, Christmas is celebrated with much enthusiasm and fanfare. Other than Christmas, local festivals are celebrated during and at the end of the harvest season. These include Mit Kut (August/September), Chapchar Kut (March) and Pawl Kut (December). \n\nLocals of the city are fond of music and ethnic dances like Cheraw, Khuallam and Chheih Kam. The city's art and craft revolves around furniture making, pottery, and handcrafting bamboo and cane baskets. Even the local ethnic attire is brightly hued and hand woven. Aizawl's cuisine consists of mainly non-vegetarian dishes like rice and boiled vegetables cooked in minimal oil and spices and sprinkled with an assortment of herbs.
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