Several contrasts prevail in the Ranchi culture that determines Jharkhand state’s uniqueness as perfect integration of unity in diversity. Out of city’s total population the tribal community consists of 28% while scheduled castes are 12% and mixed communities comprise of rest 60%.
Several languages are spoken in the city but mainly Hindi speakers are in majority. English speakers are in good number and as statistics explain at least 10% people speak Bengali language. This city accommodates believers of major religions from Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism, Islam and Christianity. Tribal groups follow Sarna that is their particular religious faith.
Dominance of Christians is well reflected through large number of tribal converts to Christianity. Mainly Jharkhand state is famous for the presence of multiple tribal communities in the state. Such communities have attained good positions so shine and spread culture and tradition to maximum extent. Popularity of Jharkhand’s traditional folk music and dances are worth notable. Such dances and music are commonly practiced on different occasions while people celebrate their community programs and celebrations.
The area is known for specific arts besides traditional dances and music. They all define cultural amalgamation of this region. Several eminent artists of India have their roots from Ranchi in Jharkhand. Some of them are Oraon Bhittichitra, Jado Patiya and Santhali Bhittichitra who have links with Jharkhand state.
Ranchi offers many things and definitely thrives with excellent cultural associations besides its picturesque landscapes to attract all. That is why this city has emerged as prominent tourist destination for those willing to explore country’s diversity. The city has much to offer through amazing lakes and gripping waterfalls to impress all.