Khajjiar, being a small town in Himachal Pradesh, has a close-knit society which follows its traditions to the word. The people of this little town are hospitable and warm, and still stick to the old-world charm that the British heritage has left behind. Khajjiar mostly has a tribal population, comprising the Gaddis and Gujjars, along with the Pahadis and Punjabis. The Hindus form a major part of the population here. However, Buddhists reside in large numbers too. Christians, Muslims and Sikhs are the inhabitants of Khajjiar as well. \nWith a diverse population, people here live in harmony and are hospitable towards tourists. Their attire comprises of traditional Indian clothes- ‘dhoti’, ‘kurta’, jackets and the famous Himachali cap for men. The women wear ‘salwar kameez’ and their traditional nose rings. The people in general, lead a simple lifestyle. They live in houses made of clay, with roofs of slate. In some places, the roofs are made of timber. Overall, the lifestyle of the people is laid back. They are often found indulging themselves in activities like zorbing, which involves rolling downhill from inside a plastic zorb. Tourism and agriculture hold the economy of this town intact.
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