The locals of Nanded are a diverse bunch, with different origin stories as well as different religious beliefs. Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains and Christians reside here in peace and harmony. People from other parts of the country have made Nanded their home, and you will come across Telgites, Gujaratis, Punjabis, and Sindhis frequently. Although Hindus make up the largest religious group of Nanded, the city is most famous for its Gurudwara and many Sikhs come to pay a visit. The people of this region are quite skilled when it comes to handicrafts and painting. Most famous among their crafts are Warli paintings, Bidri work, and silk and cotton products, usually referred to as Himroo and Mashru.\n\nStreet food is very popular in Nanded, and the locals are seen crowding the many stalls that spread over the city, but there are a variety of other dishes popular in Nanded too. Biryani and Tehri are two such dishes.
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