Art and culture thrive in Bathinda and there are many cultural and literary societies and theatre groups which perform dramas, folk dances, etc. Bhangra, the folk dance of Punjab, is the most popular dance form in Bathinda. Music is almost compulsory for any kind of get-togethers or festivals. Lohri and Basant Panchami are the popular festivals celebrated here. Lohri is celebrated in mid-January, marking the end of winter, when people gather around a bonfire and celebrate by singing and dancing to folk songs.\n\nThe weaving work and the embroidery done on clothes in Bathinda, is another integral part of their culture. A form of embroidery called “Phulkari”, meaning ‘flower working’ is practiced in large scale here. It is an art form where exquisite needle-work is done over various attires, mostly colourful and adorned with pearls, sequins etc. The cuisine of Bathinda is characterized by the liberal usage of ghee or variants of clarified butter spices. The yummy delicacies are famous all over the world.
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