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Those of you willing to explore true worth of Bihar’s glorious past and cultural amalgamation can take a tour to Munger which has a glorious past with promising future. This district has its own historic importance and wonderful cultural abundance. One can witness the great levels of its cultural values in the many areas explored. From ancient times till the advent of medieval and moden era, Munger absorbed much from various quarters.
Festivals in Munger
With its rich past and a place of advanced
culture, Munger still witnessed extremely rejuvenating culture of social
and cultural richness. People celebrate their religious and social
festivals with keenness. Hindus, Muslim, Jains, Buddhists and the
believers of other religions celebrate their religious festivals in
complete joviality. The celebrations of Doli, Diwali, Eid and various
other festivals are common and great occasions to showcase love,
affection, religious harmony and humanity. People take part in the
festivals irrespective of their religious faiths. One of the most famous
festivals which people celebrate in this region is Chatth Puja besides
many other pujas and worships held every year.
Religions in Munger
Munger is a must mention destination in Bihar as it has acquired national and global stature for owning spiritual heritage and its surrounding areas. You therefore develop a feeling of holiness to explore it to best extent possible. Every portion of this district has its own story to narrate. From ancient temples to grand mosques and chaurches you can find all and more in this part of Bihar. The feeling of cultural ambiance can be witnessed in spiritual atmosphere of Munger where Hindus, Muslims, Jains, Buddhists and the followers of several other religions live together in harmony.Its location on the banks of sacred river Ganges makes this city religiously important.
Costumes and Handicrafts in Munger
Like other parts of Bihar, people in Munger always maintain decent dressing. With its culturally rich society, Munger hasn’t been spoiled by the modern culture yet. Women can be seen wearing sarees and so are common salwar suits amongst the young girls. Boys dress shirt pants and aged men wear dhoti-kurta. Their dressing sense speaks volumes about them and especially cultural richness of the inhabitants. One can easily distinguish people from their dressing sense but at the same time it is worth noting that they maintain unity in diversity. People lead life in peace by maintaining communal harmony. The recent past has seen some changes in the lifestyle of masses in Munger. This region welcomes many local handicrafts items production and sells in this region. Such handicrafts portray the local tradition and cultures of this region. One can see boys and girls in the urban areas swearing jeans and shirts. The majority of people in this region speak Hindi and local dialects. Speakers of English and Urdu languages are also found abundantly here.