Sri Ganganagar is located on the borders of Punjab, Haryana and Pakistan. Due to this, it is rich in culture and offers the oldest values of Indian culture as a whole. The Punjabi and Bagri cultures are observed in this part of India. The clothes also tell the cultural value of this city.
The Punjabi women wear Salwar, Kameez and Chunni most of the times whereas Bagri females wear long shirt and ghaghro which have become popular in other parts of India also. The parda pratha is still alive in this city and mostly women hide their faces behind chunni.
The men wear Kurta-payjama, pant-shirt and dhoti in Sri Ganganagar. As far as music is concerned, folk songs can be heard on various occasions such as marriage, birth of a child etc. However, the music mostly contains Punjabi and Rajasthani folk songs. Devotional songs are also very popular among local people.
However, for visitors Bollywood songs can also be heard. People in this part of India prefer living life in a simpler manner and are very friendly by nature. Sikh, Hindu, Muslims live here and follow religion strictly. Dera followers have also become part of this city such as Radha Soami, Sacha Sauda and Nirankari.