The culture of Indore is very vivid and echoes its glorious past. The city has a very active centre for art and is home to two famous clubs, the Yeshwant Club and the Sayaji Club. Named after two erstwhile kings of Indore, these clubs invite talents in arts and music from across the globe. Considering the passion of the people of this city for cultural events, it is of no wonder that the city holds the Guinness World Record for the longest variety (cultural) show. Cricket and basketball are followed with great fervour in Indore. All national festivals like Dussehra, Holi, Diwali and Durga Pooja are celebrated in the city. The whole of Indore turns out to celebrate the festival of Ranga Panchami, in a style that is distinctive to the city. Mughlai, Bengali, Rajasthani and Maratha cuisines are followed in Indore, along with dishes particular to the region.
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