The people of Gwalior come from various backgrounds and their lifestyle is a mix of traditions and modern values. Traditional attire worn by the residents include ‘anga’, a long silk kurta worn with ‘pajama’ and turban. Women wear silk sarees and accessorise their dress with ornaments and jewellery. However, these dresses are generally worn during festivals. Hindus (88.84%) form a majority of the population, followed by Muslims (8.58%), Jains (1.41%), Sikhs (0.56%) and Christians (0.29%). The city has a total population of 1,564,981 individuals.
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