The people of Jabalpur are courteous, caring and humble which makes them stand unique from others. They are very religious by nature and actively participate in all the major festivals celebrated there. Jabalpur comprises of people belonging to different religions like Hindus, Muslims, Christians, Parsis, and Jains. Apart from them, the city is mostly inhabited by different tribal communities’ like Bhils, Gonds, Baigas and many more. The roots of the city, yet are with its farming native people. Though the modern and funky dresses have become popular amongst the teens, however, the traditional wears like dhoti and ‘bandi’, sari, ‘lehenga’ and ‘choli’ with an ‘orni’ is worn by the men and women of Jabalpur respectively. \n\nBesides its festivities, Jabalpur is also famous for its variety of unique cuisine. The food of Jabalpur is basically influenced by a number of factors like kingly invasions, colonial history, topography and the resources available. The cuisine includes a delectable variety of Mughlai, Rajasthani and Gujarati style.
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