An exclusively Punjabi and Sindhi instrument the Algoza borrows its name from the woodwind family of..
Also called Murali, Bansi, and Banshi, the word Bansuri originated within the Sanskrit language. Ban..
To praise, pray and pay respect to the almighty all regions of the Indian subcontinent have evolved ..
The Mevati style of music was interpreted in a unique manner by the Mev-Kumhaar community belonging ..
Bhangra is one of the most famous dance forms from Punjab both on the national and the international..
As varied and as fantastic as Indian instruments can get the Bhapang is made of the hollow shell of ..
Bheth is a sub-genre of Sufi music in which short verses (2-4 lines) of profound poetry are sung at ..
Tracing their history to the British church and military bands of the mid-nineteenth century, the Br..
The Chang provides the beats for a festive singing and dancing tradition from the Shekhawati belt of..
Chang is a percussion instrument in the form of a rounded, flat drum, the beats of which characteriz..
Chikara is a three stringed (two horse-tail and one steel) instrument used by the tribal communities..
The Chimta is originally a variation on the tongs that are used in Indian households to bake roti (b..
A flamboyant form of oral history that originated deep within the mystifying regions of Central Asia..
The Indian variation of the tambourine is popularly called Dafli and is also known as Daf and Dapple..
The Paradhies came to Kutch in the 12th century from Jodhpur in Rajasthan. They were brought here by..