Though Panchkula enjoys a highly cosmopolitan culture, it is highly influenced by the neighbouring state of Punjab. People of Panchkula celebrate their festivals with great joy and enthusiasm. Mansa Devi Mela is one of the most famous festivals, dedicated to goddess Mansa Devi. Teej is another festival, when the first showers of monsoon are celebrated. Other festivals such as Diwali, Holi, Christmas, etc. are also very popular. Shopaholics can never get enough of shopping in Panchkula. From big brands to local ones, there are several markets and shops in each sector. Similarly, foodies would love the city for its varies cuisine. Sector 7 is a great place for mouth-watering ‘chaats’ and traditional sweets. Any celebration in Panchkula is incomplete without loud Punjabi music and people tapping their feet to Bhangra, a traditional dance form.
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