Bareilly Culture the significant fairs held in Bareilly are the Chaubari reasonable, Uttarayani reasonable, Nariyawal reasonable and Dussehra reasonable. The Chaubari reasonable is held every year on the banks of Ramganga close to Chaubari town. The reasonable assumes the event of Kartik Purnima. The greatest fascination of this reasonable is the market of Nakhar Horses, where individuals from distant regions come to sell and purchase ponies. The three-day Uttarayani reasonable is additionally coordinated each year at the Bareilly Club ground in Civil Lines by the ‘Uttarayani Janakalyan Samiti’. The reasonable is held from 13 to 15 January on the event of Makar Sankranti. A few far-reaching developments are held in Kumaoni and Garhwali dialects, in which numerous specialists from the close by slope area come to perform. The Nariyawal reasonable, which goes on for around 15 days, is the second biggest reasonable of the city. The reasonable assumes the event of Gupt Navratri in the sanctuary complex of Goddess Sheetla situated at Nariyawal. The reasonable is fundamentally a strict undertaking which is gone to by enthusiasts from distant notwithstanding the close by locals.
Bareilly Culture has a majority of Hindus, with 58.58% following Hinduism according to the 2011 Indian Census. Islam is the second most followed religion in the city, with about 38.80% followers. Sikhism (0.90% followers), Christianity (0.78% followers), Jainism (0.05% followers) and Buddhism (0.05% followers) are also practised in the city.Apart from that, about 0.03% people follow some other religions, while about 0.81% of the people did not state their religion. The city lends its name to the Barelvi Movement,which follows the Sunni Hanafi school of jurisprudence, and has over 200 million followers in South Asia. Seven ancient Hindu temples dedicated to Shiva are located in the city – Dhopeshwar Nath, Madhi Nath, Alakha Nath, Tapeshwar Nath, Bankhandi Nath, Pashupati Nath and Trivati Nath, due to which the city is also known by the name of Nath Nagri. There is a Roman Catholic Diocese of Bareilly.