The Vadodara city is known as the cultural capital of the state of Gujarat where all traditional festivals are commemorated in a distinctive way. The Vadodara city is also called as a Sanskari Nagari which means Cultured City and Vadodara is also considered the perfect location in the entire world to visit during navratri festival to see the dance style called garba. The Vadodara city is one of the India's most visited cities. The culture in Vadodara is well preserved by Vadodara People.
The Vadodara culture tradition is rich and prosperous culture. The magnificent feature about Vadodara's cultural life is that it is truly familiar within different countries. While there are various different people in Vadodara, everyone take part in all activities. So, the culture of the Vadodara is not just history, it is spirited, ever-changing and alive. The Vadodara city has welcomed various tourists from all parts of India and also from all over the world.
If you want to see Vadodara's cultural tradition, you should visit Vadodara during any festive season like Uttarayan, Holi, Ganesh Chaturthi, Navratri, Diwali, New Year, etc. The Vadodara city is well known for its cultural activity which is always going on in the city. The Classical music and dance have their sponsors and also the modern stage and pop culture have their sponsors and held during festive occasion. The traditions and culture of Vadodara are both well preserved and forever experimented by local residents of Vadodara. The Vadodara city's largest festival is Navaratri festival. The Navaratri festival is celebrated with songs, traditional dances and the decorations every year during this festive season. Countless people spend their evening with friends and family at their nearby Garba grounds where local musical group compose old-style music and people perform various dance styles like Raas and Garba dances which last till the middle of the night. During this festival period the youth of the city are more active. The people of Vadodara have conserved this uniqueness and traditional portion of Navratri festival. Tourists from all over the world visit the Vadodara to witness the navratri festival in Vadodara. The Uttarayan festival is a festival of kites, music and tilgud. Before the Uttarayan festival, the markets are filled with amazing kites and traders selling lovely kites, threads, crackers, colorful balloons and various mouthwatering local cuisines. At night the city sky is lighted by crackers, amazing kandils and lovely fire balloons.