As the region dates back to the Vedic era, the traditions are also time-honoured. One can experience the typical Punjabi culture here in terms of food, fairs, music and festivals. The people of Punjab love their song and dance and that can be witnessed in Hoshiarpur too. Giddha is the popular folk dance for the women of this region and Bhangra is the dance form for the men. Music is equally important here and it has the famous Sham Chaurasia gharana for Hindustani Classical music. There is also a unique style of local singing called Dohay that can be heard in these parts of the state, especially by the farmers working in the fields. \n\nFestivals are celebrated in a traditional manner in Hoshiarpur. There are fairs conducted at the famous shrines to honour the eminent saints of Punjab. Festivals like Baisakhi (harvest festival), Lohri, Holi, Diwali, Dussehra, the Basant Kite Festival and Holla Mohalla are celebrated with great fervour and zeal.
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