Vadodara (Baroda )consist of a blend of different religions, of which Hinduism is the main religion followed by followers of Islam. Visitors can witness the blend of modern and traditional fashionable trends in younger, corporate, and tech-savvy demographics, whereas traditional men apparels encompass 'Kediyu' and 'chorno' topped with a turban, and women wear a native dress like 'chaniyo' and 'choli' vai salwar Kurti and saari.
Baroda is also well-renowned as Sanskari Nagari, which means Cultured city due to its numerous traditional dance styles like Garba and distinct celebrated auspicious festivals like Diwali, Uttarayana, Eid, Gudi Padwa, Navratri, Padwa, and many more. These festivals are celebrated with sheer joy and much fanfare. Baroda's enthralling art scenery, traditional music, phenomenal dance forms, and pop culture can single-handedly leave an everlasting impact in the hearts of tourists.
The majority of the citizens consume and relish vegetarian dishes like buttermilk with a hint of sugar and jaggery, mouth-watering spicy pickles, and lentils. Besides this, flavorsome Gujarati thali is the best dish. For non-veg lovers, there is an abundance of non-veg delicacies. Cafes, fast food joints, and street food people serve fragrant and mind-boggling appetizers to satisfy your tastebuds.