Music of Haryana


Music of Haryana
Music of India
Genres

Classical (Carnatic · Hindustani) · Bhajan · Ghazal · Qawwali · Sufi · Folk · Filmi · Pop  · Rock (Bangla) · Hip Hop · Trance

Awards

Filmfare Awards  · Punjabi Music Awards  · Sangeet Natak Akademi Award

Festivals

Dover Lane music festival
Thyagaraja Aradhana
Cleveland Thyagaraja Aradhana

Media

Sruti
The Record Music Magazine

National
anthem

"Jana Gana Mana"

National
song

"Vande Mataram"

By state/territory

Andaman and Nicobar Islands · Andhra Pradesh · Arunachal Pradesh · Assam
Bihar · Chhattisgarh · Goa · Gujarat · Haryana · Himachal Pradesh · Jammu & Kashmir · Jharkhand · Karnataka · Kerala · Madhya Pradesh · Maharashtra · Manipur · Meghalaya · Mizoram · Nagaland · Orissa · Punjab (Bhangra· Rajasthan · Sikkim · Tamil Nadu · Tripura · Uttar Pradesh · Uttaranchal · West Bengal (Bengali)

The Indian state of Haryana has produced a number of kinds of folk music, and has also produced innovations in Indian classical music.

The folk music of Haryana has been spread by the Bhats, Saangis and Jogis. Musical instruments include:

  • Bansary: wind instrument with an ancient history
  • Been - two bamboo pipes fixed in a gourd, associated with snake charmers
  • Iktara - a stringed instrument with one string, made from a piece of bamboo with a gourd at one end. Associated with the Jogis. The iktara's two-strined relative is the dotara.
  • Sarangi - a bow instrument, used both in Haryana's folk and classical music
  • Shankg - a sacred wind instrument, associated with Vishnu
  • Shehnai - wind instrument

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