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Pilgrimage Tourism in West Bengal
Pilgrimage Tourism in West Bengal includes the temples that were built from the early era, the mosques in the first half of the medieval era and the churches of modern age.
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 Folk Dances of Nayagarh
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Folk Dances of Dhenkanal District are a reflection of the rich culture and tradition of the people residing here. There are various folk dances that have helped in keeping the rich ancient tradition of the region alive.
 Folk Dances of Chamba
Folk dances of Chamba District are considered as an integral part of the rich indigenous culture of the district. In Chamba District, folk dances are performed on various festivals and occasions.
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