The rituals of the Vedic religion manifest themselves in the various festivals that are celebrated in this city. People usually do not consume non-vegetarian food on Thursdays. It's annual Janardhan Swami Temple, and Sivagiri Mutt festivals are a riot of colours and spiritual expression. These festivals that last for days on end attract locals and tourists alike by the thousands. \nThe city has a lively appeal on Tuesdays, as it celebrates the birth day of Lord Hanuman. The devotees flock to the local temples to offer prayers and tourists should visit the temples on these days if they want to see the city come alive. The famous city fair is held at Sheetla Devi Temple in March or April because the nine days of worshipping the various avatars of Goddess Durga i.e. the Chaitra Navratri occurs sometime during these months.\nDuring these nine days, many of the locals also keep fasts where they eat only fruits during this period. And men do not even shave their beards or moustaches.
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