The city is currently the third largest city in the state (in terms of size and population) after Jaipur and Jodhpur. The people come from various castes and communities and are called Rajasthanis. They have distinct language, history, tradition and arts. Hindus (80%) form a majority of the population, followed by Muslims (15.8%), Jains (2.17%), Sikhs (0.86%), Christians (0.42%) and others. \n\nPeople in the urban parts of Kota are mostly engaged in industrial activities. Kota is well known for its educational setup. There are many engineering and coaching institutions in the city. In fact, it is popularly called the coaching capital of India. People mostly dress in traditional Indian attire, with the women in ‘salwar kameez’ or ‘ghagra choli’ and the men in ‘kurta pajama’. Western clothing is also popular among the youth and people in corporate offices.
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