Jageshwar is one of the ancient places of Indian sub-continent located in Uttarakhand. Being part of the Kumaon region, this village is dominated largely by Brahmin and Kshatriya communities. Sobriety and simplicity are quintessential traits of the people who prefer Kumauni language.
Married women wear Pichola (a typical motif in saree), and Nathalie made of gold (a piece of nose jewelry) and men are mostly seen in Kurta-Pyjama or Bhotiya attire. Local wooden items and handmade baskets are the illustrations of their excellent work in the field of art.