The population of Ujjain is 4,421,593, out of which about 85% people are Hindus, although there are a handful Muslims, Sikhs, Parsees, Christians and Jains too. Due to the Hindu majority, the place has a number of Hindu pilgrimages of world fame. The locals, in general, are very religious and actively participate in festivities and spiritual activities. They are also extremely friendly and welcoming towards tourists, as well as take great pride in briefing outsiders about their gem, their city. The inhabitants of Ujjain have a simple lifestyle primarily based on the religious importance of the city. \nAdditionally, being a part of Malwa region, agriculture is an important occupation of the people here. This gives a boost to the economy but at the same time, it also brings about status differences between the farmers and money lenders. These differences though lessened, still prevail in the area. The people flaunt normal Indian attires like sarees and salwaaz-kameez (worn by women) and kurta-pajama (worn by men). Western outfits are coming up at a great pace in the recent times.
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