The metro city, Bareilly lying on the busy Delhi-Kolkata line is the part of the Uttar Pradesh state in Northern India. The leveled land of Bareilly is drenched by the gushing water streams of the popular rivers like ‘Sarda’, ‘Gogra’, ‘Ramganga’, ‘Deoha’ and ‘Gomati’. Spread with the lush greenery, this city boasts of the rich wildlife including the tigers, wild pigs, deer, bears and many more. The region ruled by numerous rulers and kingdoms in the history is believed to be the homeland of Draupadi (Panchali), hence, also referred as ‘Panchala’. Also, the city is not left far behind in the pursuit of urbanization by becoming the core of cotton, sugar & grains trade and furniture manufacture.
Theology and Culture
Bareilly is the host of diverse faiths with the majority of populace following the Hinduism and Islam, and the decent share of Sikhism, Jainism and Christianity. The inhabitants are fluent in the languages such as Hindi and Urdu. Other less spoken languages include English, Punjabi and Kumaoni. Also, the people of Bareilly have the fondness for the art, culture and theatre, which is evident from the number of fashion shows held, films shot, and songs sung in this place. Also, the annual craft fair ‘Yugveena’ held here showcases the work of many artists. The city, an abode to the ‘Dori Lal Agarawal Sports Stadium’, ‘Major Dhyan Chand Sports Stadium’, and ‘Cricket Academy of Bareilly’, is a sports fanatic. Also, the calorie-rich ‘Seekh-kebabs’, ‘tikkis’, ‘papdi chaat’, ‘minced meat’ and ‘kulfi’ are the popular local cuisines of the place.
Markets And Shopping Complexes
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