Things To Do in BijnorTourist in Bijnor has a variety of choice to do, starting from pilgrim visits, shopping, munching traditional snacks & meals, watching cinema, relaxing in Parks, admiring the lifestyle of Bijnor people and nature. Festival season are the best season to visit Bijnor since a lot of festival related plays can be enjoyed. The friendly people and the vivid atmosphere make the tourists feel at home in Bijnor.
Ramlila in Bijnor
Ramlila is a traditional folk form of Uttar Pradesh which narrates the life of Lord Rama and the episodes in Ramayana. These plays are performed by drama artist or amateur artist on open grounds or near temples where devotees and tourist gather in large number to watch the play. Ramayana can be also communicated to tourists through such plays. The plays are mostly performed in Hindi language. Watching Ramlila in festive seasons is of great importance in Bijnor especially at the times of Dussehra. Tourists from all parts of the world visits to watch Ramlila, the bright-coloured eye-catching costumes and the high-pitch dialogues will hold in memory for ever.
Visit Religious Places in Bijnor
Bijor city homes many pilgrim centres which can be visited by various tourists despite of their caste and creed. Through a simple morning walk these religious places can be reached. The Sai Baba temple, Lord Shiva temple, Radha Krishna Temple, Hanuman temple, Chanumda Devi Madhir, Jama Masjid, Teli Wali Masjid, Tera Prem church, Gurudwara Shri Guru Singh Sabha and Jain Mandhir are some of the pilgrim centres tourist should visit to learn about the multi discipline culture and harmony.
Bijnor city is a beautiful place to be photographed, the temple architecture, the Mughal influenced Masjid architecture, the peaceful nature, simple people with bright costumes & fine worked ornaments, Ramlila, green parks, craft working people, cattle, sugar cane industries and many more can be captured. Sugar cane industries can be photographed only on submitting industrial visit papers. Taking photos inside pilgrim centres are strictly not allowed, only the outer pilgrim structure can be photographed.
All tourists love shopping as it is a fun-filled experience in Bijnor. Bijnor shopping markets sell all kinds of traditional arts and craft products, potteries, silk saris like the renowned Mughal designed Benares silk, Chikan worked garments, traditional kurta pyjama of Bijnor, idols of divinities, glassware, Mughal designed carpets, bed spreads and much more can be shopped in Bijnor.
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Sweets are popular in Bijnor as sweets were given a lot of importance in Bijnor people food and festivals. Some finger-licking sweets of Bijnor include different varieties of ladoos, gulab jamun, rasmalai, rabri, kulfi, gujia, pethas. Fruit drinks, lassi, sharbaths are also popular in Bijnor. Traditional meals with chappati, rice, vegetables and sweets can't be missed in Bijnor.
The real status of the beautiful city Bijnor can be understood by taking a long walk in the residential areas of interior Bijnor. Lovely joint family system, charming dressing styles, managing cattle, building construction models of the city can be purely witnessed by walking into their surrounding and reaching out the people.
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