The culture of Satna is a mix of various traditions of different tribes that make it more vibrant. Art and crafts, music and dance, the city has all.Satna is also famous for its temples. Behari Mandir, the cultural centre of Satna for over hundred years is famous for organizing a grand Ram leela which is revered by the locals here. \n\nThe local cuisine of Satna has an influence of several other states such as Uttar Pradesh, Chattisgarh, and even Bihar. Popular Bihar dishes Litter, (fried balls made of wheat flour and gram flour with a filling of a mixture called ‘pitti’) and Chokha (charred brinjal cooked with mashed potatoes, onions, chillies and tomatoes) are widely eaten in Satna. On your visit to Satna, don’t miss out on the local food items such as Dahi vada, Lotan ki Mungaudi, and Poha Jalebi. Dussehra, Diwali, Krishna Janmasthami, and Shivratri are some of the major festivals celebrated by people of Satna.
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