The culture of Muzaffarpur is a blend of Hinduism, Islam and even Nepali influence. While the locals of the city love music and dance, they do not have any original folk songs or dances particular to this region. Religious songs and dance performances are important to the locals. The locals have over time developed many skills especially relating to handicrafts, and a good number of them make a living out of it. Some of the items produced by these skilled craftsmen include pottery, wooden articles, metal ware, stoneware, jewellery, lacquer work, kashida, sikki and moonj ware, wooden and clay toys, bangles, zari work and artistic textile fabrics. \nWhen it comes to food, the people of Muzaffarnagar have quite an array of delectable dishes to choose from. The people opt for Bihari cuisine as well as elements from North Indian cuisine. A few traditional dishes that are quite popular include Kadhi Bari, Ghugni, Pittha, Choora, Sattu, Litti and Dhuska.
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