Many festivals are celebrated here like Aadi Perukku, Navratri, Bakri-Eid, Christmas, Diwali and Holi. Pongal, the Tamil New Year, is celebrated during the month of January with great pomp. Local festivals that are celebrated here are Srirangam car festival, Samayapuram flower festival, Vaikunta Ekadasi, and the Teppakulam float festival. \nThe city is known for textile weaving and gem cutting. The local crafts and jewellery are famous among the shoppers who shop for souvenirs. The city residents relish their fine traditional food, which is a typical South Indian cuisine. Parupu, sambar, rasam, moru, kootu, poriyal and appalam are commonly eaten. The Trichy Travel Federation (TTF) was formed to promote tourism in Trichy. The federation organises an annual food festival called Suvai.
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