Bhangra: it is a form of dance-orientated folk music that has become a popsensation in the United Kingdom. It is derived from the traditional musical accompaniment to the folk dance of Punjab called by the same name, bhangra. This type of music use many different Punjabiistruments but the most important instrument is the dhol drum but also it features a variety of string instruments which includes the tumbi, sarangi, sapera, chimta and sup. The dhad, dafli, dholki and damruare others drums used in bhangra.
Lavani: it’s a popular folk form of Maharashtra. Traditionally the songs are sung by female artist and occasionally they are sung by male artists. The dance formatassociated with lavani is known as Tamasha. The dhol is used as well as complementary percussion instruments such as dholak, table and others.
Dandiya: it’is a form of folk music of india which hasbeen adapted for pop music worldwide. It derived from the traditional musical accompaniment to the folk dance of Dandiya called by the same name. As the same as the last type the dhol is used ascomplementary persussion instruments such as the dholak, table and others. Dandiya is performed in Durga’s honour which “Durga” represent a goddess who heal people in gloom situations. During the dance,dancers energetically whirl their feet and arms in a complicated choreography to the tune of the music with a lot of different rhythms.
Rahasthani: rajasthani music has a diverse collection ofmusician castes, including langas, sapera, bhopa, jogi and manganiyar bejeweled treasure of music and dance. This type of indian music is culturally rich and has artistic and cultural traditions which...