Khajjiar has a rich cultural and historical heritage, with temples from the time immemorial. The age old architecture is a complete charmer. The primordial Hindu sculptures and ethnicity is a treasure to look at. Home to a number of folk songs and indigenous music, the environment of Khajjiar has music in the air. The songs of the different tribes in numerous languages is an example of diversity. The inhabitants revel in celebrations during Shiv Ratri and Baishakhi, which are the main festivals of this area. The locals rejoice and make merry with their folk songs like Ainchali and Nuala. They have Kunjadi songs for Saavan (monsoons), which is a significant month in the Hindu Mythology.\n\nThis little town hosts several fairs, as an offering to the deity. Harvest is the merriest time for the locals and the celebrations last for months at a stretch. The residents are involved in metal ware, which has patterns inspired by the ancient Bronze Age. Many locals are involved in handicrafts and artefacts, pottery and the art of making silver jewellery, engraving authentic patterns. Cooked on a slow flame and with an extensive use of yoghurt and cardamom, Pahari cuisine or Khajjiar cuisine has all the authentic flavours to savour.
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