The people of Indore are peace-loving and belong to two categories, those who have roots in Indore and those who have migrated from other parts of India. A majority of these residents practice Hinduism while a minority follow Islam, Christianity, Sikhism, Jainism and Buddhism. The city is a centre for trade and commerce. Most of the people seek their livelihood from these industries. Indore is also a centre for education which attracts many students to this city. The people enjoy a cosmopolitan lifestyle which is reflected in their dressing habits. They prefer western attire on a normal day and dress up in the traditional style for special occasions.
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