Bilaspur has a rich cultural heritage with its own dance styles, cuisine, and traditional and folk music. Sohar songs related to childbirth, and Bihav and Pathoni songs that are sung at weddings, are some of the most famous folk songs in Bilaspur. Apart from the major Indian festivals, people in Bilaspur also celebrate local festivals such as the Rout Dance, Harley and Pola. \nBilaspur serves a variety of delectable dishes, such as Chila, rice roll, angakar roti, thetri-khurmi, dhusaka, etc. A trip to Bilaspur is incomplete without tasting their unusual samosa, which is very different from the typical Punjabi samosa.
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