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Uttarakhand culture, Religion ,Art & Craft, Literacy, Old & New Generation Dress/Costumes

 Uttarakhand culture, Religion ,Art & Craft, Literacy, Old & New Generation Dress/Costumes..

Uttarakhand, formerly Uttaranchal, the state of India, is located in the northwestern part of the country. It is located to the northwest of the state of Himachal Pradesh in India, to the northeast from the Tibet Autonomous Region of China, to the south-east by Nepal, and to the south and southwest by the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. Its capital is the northwestern city of Dehradun.

 On 9 November 2000, the state of Uttaranchal - the 27th state of India - was carved out of Uttar Pradesh, and in January 2007 the new state changed its name to Uttarakhand, meaning "Northern Territory", which was the traditional name. Area. Area 19,739 sq mi (51,125 sq km). Pop. (2011) 10,116,752.

 Uttarakhand has a highly diverse topography with snow-clad peaks, glaciers, deep valleys, roaring streams, beautiful lakes and a few patches of dusty plains to the south. Some of the highest mountains in the world are found in Uttarakhand. Notably, these include Nanda Devi (25,646 ft [7,817 m]), the second highest peak in India, Kamet (25,446 ft 7,756 m], and Badrinath (23,208 ft 7,138 m].

Uttarakhand can be divided into several physical regions, all running parallel to each other from North West to South East. The northern region, known as Himadri, consists of sections of the Zaskar and Great Himalayan ranges, ranging in elevation from 10,000 to 25,000 feet (3,000 to 7,600 m). Most of the major peaks are located in this region. There is an area adjacent to and to the south of the Great Himalayas that has a low Himalayas, popularly known as Himachal, with elevations between about 6,500 and 10,000 feet (2,000 to 3,000 meters); There are two linear categories in this zone - Mussoorie and Nag Tibba. To the south of Himachal is a section of the Siwalik Range. The entire region comprising Himadri, Himachal and Siwalik is broadly known as Kumaon Himalaya. The southern edge of the Siwalik Range merges with a narrow bed of gravel and alluvial, known as Bhabar, to the south as the Terai. The combined Siwalik-Bhabar-Terai region is at elevations ranging from 1,000 to 10,000 feet (300 to 3,000 meters). South of the Siwalik are found flat-floored depressions, locally known as Dehradun.


A large section of people in Uttarakhand are Hindus. However, the state maintains a secular atmosphere with significant numbers of people from other religions such as Islam, Sikhism, Buddhism and Christianity. According to the 2011 census, Hinduism constituted about 82.97% of the total population of Uttarakhand, while 13.95% of those following Islam and 2.34% of those following Sikhism, Christianity (0.37%), Buddhism (0.15%) ), And were Jainism. (0.09%).

Uttarakhand Top culture, is famous

 Art & Craft:-

The land of Uttarakhand is full of artisans and variety of arts and crafts. Both rural and urban people are involved in building / building some incredible crafts that are worth seeing. Woodwork is an important art form that, besides the locals of Uttarakhand, exhibits the skills of the Garhwal School of Paintings and murals like the Aipan. The name Ringal Handicraft, which is practiced by a backward community, is quite commendable. Ramban Han ..

About literacy:-

Uttarakhand has a literacy rate of 88.33% for males and 79.63% with literacy of 70.70% for females as per 2011 census. The state ranks 17th in India in terms of literacy.


Lifestyle in Uttarakhand is contrasting and can mark the difference between urban and rural life in the state. Since Uttarakhand consists of both hilly and plains, which eventually demarcate lifestyles in the state, and then there are areas in the hill that are remote and difficult to use, where obviously the way of life is completely different. is. Most of the urban areas like Dehradun, Nainital, Haldwani, Haridwar and some other modern facilities like..

Old and New Generation Dresses / Costumes:-

The traditional dress for women in Uttarakhand remains Sarang, a blouse and tight dress with Odani and Khorpi. Whereas at weddings or special occasions, native women are seen wearing attractive colored pichora or ghagra choli. A large nose ring (nath) and a necklace called cheloband are also worn by women on festivals / special occasions. Rangwali Pichora is a dress worn by married women as it represents


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The main folk is the "pandav dance uttarakhand"… special relation to the land of Garhwal.

The main folk  is the "pandav dance uttarakhand"… special relation to the land of Garhwal.   T he origin of Pandava Leela corresponds to Hindu mythology and hence its establishment cannot be dated. This is not always done by village enthusiasts, and professionals, and is usually sponsored by the Rajput of Uttarakhand. A performance is often called Aaradhya, a Hindu ritual of ancestor worship, and Lila is seen as ancestor worship; Today, many Garhwalis are identified as descendants of the Pandavas. These performances usually take place between November and February and a particular village cannot host it every year. People can visit a nearby village to see Leela. Sachs writes that "Most of the villagers in Garhwal walk away from the Leela of the Pandavas in any given year. Although Uttarakhand is a repository of many folk dances, the Pandava dance is a major traditional folk dance of the Devbhoomi Uttarakhand. This dance is performed by five Pandavas in the Mahabharata. I