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Folk music
Folk music
of Haryana, based on satisfying their cultural needs of primarily agrarian martial races,[1] such as jat zamindars (owner-cultivator farmer-warriors), has two main forms Classical Folk Music of Haryana
Haryana
and Desi Folk Music of Haryana
Haryana
(Country Music of Haryana),[2] and they take the form of ballads and pangs of parting of lovers, valor and bravery, harvest and happiness.[1]

Contents

1 History 2 Folk music

2.1 Types of Folk music

2.1.1 Classical Folk Music of Haryana 2.1.2 Country Music of Haryana

2.2 Traditional Occasions for Music Making 2.3 Traditional Musicians 2.4 Music Instruments

3 Gallery 4 References

4.1 See also 4.2 External links 4.3 Citations

History[edit] Haryana
Haryana
is rich in musical tradition and even places have even been named after ragas, for example Charkhi Dadri district has many villages named as Nandyam, Sarangpur, Bilawala, Brindabana, Todi, Asaveri, Jaisri, Malakoshna, Hindola, Bhairvi and Gopi Kalyana.[2][3] Folk music[edit] Types of Folk music[edit] Haryanvi folk music can be classified into two types:[3] Classical Folk Music of Haryana[edit] The classical form of Haryanvi music is closely associated with and based on Indian classical music.[2] The Indian state of Haryana
Haryana
has produced a number of kinds of folk music, and has also produced innovations in Indian classical music. Hindustani classical ragas are used to sing Alha-Khand
Alha-Khand
(1663-1202 CE) about bravery of Alha
Alha
and Udal, Jaimal Fatta of Maharana Udai Singh II
Udai Singh II
of Chittor
Chittor
(Maharana Udai Singh was the son of Rana Sanga
Rana Sanga
and the father of famous braveheart Maharana Pratap), Brahmas, Teej
Teej
festive songs, Phaag songs of Phalgun month of Holi
Holi
and Holi
Holi
songs.[2][3] Country Music of Haryana[edit] The country-side or desi (native) form of Haryanvi music is based on Raag Bhairvi, Raag Bhairav, Raag Kafi, Raag Jaijaivanti, Raag Jhinjhoti and Raag Pahadi and used for celebrating community bonhomie to sing seasonal songs, ballads, ceremonial songs (wedding, etc) and related religious legendary tales such as Puran Bhagat.[2][3] Ahirs also use melodic Raag Pilu on a scale using seven semi-tones.[3] Kissa folklores of bravery and love such as Nihalde Sultan, Sati Manorama, Jai Singh ki Mrityu, Saran de, etc. are some of the most popular folklores. Rasa lila
Rasa lila
and "Ragini" are folk theatrical performance Haryana. The Ragini form of theater was popularised by Lakhmi Chand.[1] Kunwar NIhalde or princess Nihalde, was daughter of Hindu king Magh who committed Sati in the pain of separation of her lover and Hindu prince Sultan also called Nar Sultan or Man Sultan, after this she came to be known as Sati Nihalde),[4][5] Singing is a great way of demolishing societal differences as folk singers are highly esteemed and they are sought after and invited for events, ceremonies and special occasions regardless of the caste or status.[1] Songs are based on day to day themes and injecting earthy humor enlivens the feel of the songs. Haryanvi dances have fast energetic movements, and popular dance forms are Khoriya, Chaupaiya, Loor, Been, Ghoomar, Dhamal, Phaag, Sawan and Gugga. Young girls and women usually sing entertaining and fast seasonal, love, relationship and friendship related songs such as Phagan (song for eponymous season/month), Katak (songs for the eponymous season/month), Samman (songs for the eponymous season/month), bande-bandi (male-female duet songs), sathne (songs of sharing heartfelt feelings among female friends).[1] Older women usually sing devotional Mangal Geet (auspicious songs) and ceremonial songs such as Bhajan, Bhat (wedding gift to the mother of bride or groom by her brother), Sagai, Ban ( Hindu wedding
Hindu wedding
ritual where pre-wedding festivities starts), Kuan-Poojan (a custom that is performed to welcome the birth of male child by worshiping the well or source of drinking water), Sanjhi
Sanjhi
and Holi
Holi
festival. These inter-caste songs are fluid in nature, and never personalized for specific caste, and they are sung collectively by women from different strata, castes, dialects so these songs do change fluidly in dialect, style, words, etc. This adoptive style can be seen from adoption of tunes of bollywood movie songs into Haryanvi songs. Despite this fluid nture, haryanvi songs have a distinct style of their worn.[1] Traditional Occasions for Music Making[edit] Haryana
Haryana
has rich tradition of dances for various occasions (wedding, festivals, etc.) and seasons (harvest, sowing of seeds, monsoon, etc.). These dances come under one or the other category. Broadly, the following dances are common in one area or the other and performed on specific occasions.[2][3] Traditional Musicians[edit] The folk music of Haryana
Haryana
has been spread by the Bhats, Saangis and Jogis.[3] Music Instruments[edit] Music is made using many traditional instruments Sarangi, Harmonium, Chimta, Dhadd, Dholak, Manjeera, Khartal, Damaru, Duggi, Daf, Bansuri, Been, Ghungroo, Dhak, Gharha
Gharha
(by adding rubber cover on top of the pitcher), Thali (beaten with a stick to make music) and Shankha.[2][3] Other instruments are:[2][3]

Bansuri: wind instrument with an ancient history Been - two bamboo pipes fixed in a gourd, associated with snake charmers Iktara
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-stringed relative is the dotara. Sarangi
Sarangi
- a bow instrument, used both in Haryana's folk and classical music Shankh
Shankh
- a sacred wind instrument, associated with Vishnu Shehnai
Shehnai
- wind instrument

Gallery[edit]

Sarod, Sitar
Sitar
and Iktara

Sarangi

Shehnai

Harmonium

Chimta

Dhadd

Pakhawaj

Dholak

Manjeera

A pair of Khartal
Khartal
blocks

Damaru

Duggi (drum)

A woman playing a Daf

Hariprasad Chaurasia
Hariprasad Chaurasia
playing the Bansuri

Been

A Snake Charmer playing Been

A pair of Ghungroos

Danseuse with 400 Ghungroos

Nagara are kettledrums which accompany shehnai

Dhak

Gharha
Gharha
is made by adding rubber cover on top of the pitcher

Thali is used to serve food and beaten with a stick to make music

Carved Vamavarta Shankhas, circa 11-12th century, Pala period

References[edit] See also[edit]

Indian musical instruments Haryanvi Folk Dances Haryanvi cinema Saang

External links[edit]

Bum Lahri Haryanvi Folk Music Haryanavi music making by Jangam Jogis Haryanvi Holi
Holi
Songs

Citations[edit]

^ a b c d e f Manorma Sharma, 2007, Musical Heritage of India, Page 65. ^ a b c d e f g h S. C. Bhatt and Gopal K. Bhargava, 2006, Land and People of Indian States and Union Territories: 21 Arts and Crafts of Haryana. ^ a b c d e f g h i S. Gajrani, 2004, History, Religion and Culture of India, Volume 1, Page 96. ^ There is also a Tajmahal in Noda, symbol of love of Hindu queen Nihalde and hindu King Nar Sultan, Patrika, 24 May 2017. ^ Kissa Nihalde Sultan: haryanvi ragni

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Hindustani classical music

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Thaats

Bilaval Khamaj Kafi Asavari Bhairav Bhairavi Todi Purvi Marwa Kalyan

Principles of Hindustani music

Alap Bandish Gat

Types of Bandish

Sthaayi Antara Sanchaari Aabhog

Variations of Bandish

Vilambit Madhyalaya Drut

Semi-classical music

Natya Sangeet Baithak Gana

Indian folk music

Rabindra Sangeet Bihu of Assam Dandiya Ganasangeet Uttarakhandi Music Lavani

Indian Light Music

Indian film music

Music of Bollywood

Indian play music

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Language wise Music

Marathi Music Hindi music Kannada music Telagu music Tamil music Aasami music

Maharashtra music

Powada Gan Gavlan Lavani Kirtan

v t e

Rāgas as per Performance Time

Morning

Ahir
Ahir
Bhairav Asavari Bairagi Bhairav Basant Mukhari Bhairav Bhankar Bhatiyar Bhoopal Todi Bilaskhani Todi Bilawal Deshkar Desi Gunakri Gurjari Todi Hindol Jaunpuri Jogiya Kalingada Lalit Nat Bhairav Sohni Todi Vibhas

Afternoon

Bhimpalasi Gaud Saarang Madhuvanti Madhyamad Sarang Marwa Multani Patdeep Poorvi Shri Shuddh Sarang

Evening

Bhoopali Desh Hansdhwani Kamod Khamaj Maru Bihag Pahadi Puriya Puriya Dhanashree Sham Kalyan Shankara Shuddh Kalyan Tilang Yaman Yaman Kalyan

Night

Adana Bageshri Bahar Basant Bhinna Shadja Bihag Chandani Kedar Chandrakauns Chhayanat Darbari Durga Gorakh Kalyan Hameer Jaijaivanti Jhinjhoti Kalavati Kedar Kirwani Malgunji Malhar Malkauns Malkauns
Malkauns
Pancham Nand Rageshri Shivranjani Tilak Kamod

Anytime

Bhairavi Charukeshi Dhani Gara JanaSammohini Kafi Mand Piloo Vrindavani Sarang

Season

Gaud Malhar Miyan Malhar

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Folk music
Folk music
of Haryana, based on satisfying their cultural needs of primarily agrarian martial races,[1] such as jat zamindars (owner-cultivator farmer-warriors), has two main forms Classical Folk Music of Haryana
Haryana
and Desi Folk Music of Haryana
Haryana
(Country Music of Haryana),[2] and they take the form of ballads and pangs of parting of lovers, valor and bravery, harvest and happiness.[1]

Contents

1 History 2 Folk music

2.1 Types of Folk music

2.1.1 Classical Folk Music of Haryana 2.1.2 Country Music of Haryana

2.2 Traditional Occasions for Music Making 2.3 Traditional Musicians 2.4 Music Instruments

3 Gallery 4 References

4.1 See also 4.2 External links 4.3 Citations

History[edit] Haryana
Haryana
is rich in musical tradition and even places have even been named after ragas, for example Charkhi Dadri district has many villages named as Nandyam, Sarangpur, Bilawala, Brindabana, Todi, Asaveri, Jaisri, Malakoshna, Hindola, Bhairvi and Gopi Kalyana.[2][3] Folk music[edit] Types of Folk music[edit] Haryanvi folk music can be classified into two types:[3] Classical Folk Music of Haryana[edit] The classical form of Haryanvi music is closely associated with and based on Indian classical music.[2] The Indian state of Haryana
Haryana
has produced a number of kinds of folk music, and has also produced innovations in Indian classical music. Hindustani classical ragas are used to sing Alha-Khand
Alha-Khand
(1663-1202 CE) about bravery of Alha
Alha
and Udal, Jaimal Fatta of Maharana Udai Singh II
Udai Singh II
of Chittor
Chittor
(Maharana Udai Singh was the son of Rana Sanga
Rana Sanga
and the father of famous braveheart Maharana Pratap), Brahmas, Teej
Teej
festive songs, Phaag songs of Phalgun month of Holi
Holi
and Holi
Holi
songs.[2][3] Country Music of Haryana[edit] The country-side or desi (native) form of Haryanvi music is based on Raag Bhairvi, Raag Bhairav, Raag Kafi, Raag Jaijaivanti, Raag Jhinjhoti and Raag Pahadi and used for celebrating community bonhomie to sing seasonal songs, ballads, ceremonial songs (wedding, etc) and related religious legendary tales such as Puran Bhagat.[2][3] Ahirs also use melodic Raag Pilu on a scale using seven semi-tones.[3] Kissa folklores of bravery and love such as Nihalde Sultan, Sati Manorama, Jai Singh ki Mrityu, Saran de, etc. are some of the most popular folklores. Rasa lila
Rasa lila
and "Ragini" are folk theatrical performance Haryana. The Ragini form of theater was popularised by Lakhmi Chand.[1] Kunwar NIhalde or princess Nihalde, was daughter of Hindu king Magh who committed Sati in the pain of separation of her lover and Hindu prince Sultan also called Nar Sultan or Man Sultan, after this she came to be known as Sati Nihalde),[4][5] Singing is a great way of demolishing societal differences as folk singers are highly esteemed and they are sought after and invited for events, ceremonies and special occasions regardless of the caste or status.[1] Songs are based on day to day themes and injecting earthy humor enlivens the feel of the songs. Haryanvi dances have fast energetic movements, and popular dance forms are Khoriya, Chaupaiya, Loor, Been, Ghoomar, Dhamal, Phaag, Sawan and Gugga. Young girls and women usually sing entertaining and fast seasonal, love, relationship and friendship related songs such as Phagan (song for eponymous season/month), Katak (songs for the eponymous season/month), Samman (songs for the eponymous season/month), bande-bandi (male-female duet songs), sathne (songs of sharing heartfelt feelings among female friends).[1] Older women usually sing devotional Mangal Geet (auspicious songs) and ceremonial songs such as Bhajan, Bhat (wedding gift to the mother of bride or groom by her brother), Sagai, Ban ( Hindu wedding
Hindu wedding
ritual where pre-wedding festivities starts), Kuan-Poojan (a custom that is performed to welcome the birth of male child by worshiping the well or source of drinking water), Sanjhi
Sanjhi
and Holi
Holi
festival. These inter-caste songs are fluid in nature, and never personalized for specific caste, and they are sung collectively by women from different strata, castes, dialects so these songs do change fluidly in dialect, style, words, etc. This adoptive style can be seen from adoption of tunes of bollywood movie songs into Haryanvi songs. Despite this fluid nture, haryanvi songs have a distinct style of their worn.[1] Traditional Occasions for Music Making[edit] Haryana
Haryana
has rich tradition of dances for various occasions (wedding, festivals, etc.) and seasons (harvest, sowing of seeds, monsoon, etc.). These dances come under one or the other category. Broadly, the following dances are common in one area or the other and performed on specific occasions.[2][3] Traditional Musicians[edit] The folk music of Haryana
Haryana
has been spread by the Bhats, Saangis and Jogis.[3] Music Instruments[edit] Music is made using many traditional instruments Sarangi, Harmonium, Chimta, Dhadd, Dholak, Manjeera, Khartal, Damaru, Duggi, Daf, Bansuri, Been, Ghungroo, Dhak, Gharha
Gharha
(by adding rubber cover on top of the pitcher), Thali (beaten with a stick to make music) and Shankha.[2][3] Other instruments are:[2][3]

Bansuri: wind instrument with an ancient history Been - two bamboo pipes fixed in a gourd, associated with snake charmers Iktara
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-stringed relative is the dotara. Sarangi
Sarangi
- a bow instrument, used both in Haryana's folk and classical music Shankh
Shankh
- a sacred wind instrument, associated with Vishnu Shehnai
Shehnai
- wind instrument

Gallery[edit]

Sarod, Sitar
Sitar
and Iktara

Sarangi

Shehnai

Harmonium

Chimta

Dhadd

Pakhawaj

Dholak

Manjeera

A pair of Khartal
Khartal
blocks

Damaru

Duggi (drum)

A woman playing a Daf

Hariprasad Chaurasia
Hariprasad Chaurasia
playing the Bansuri

Been

A Snake Charmer playing Been

A pair of Ghungroos

Danseuse with 400 Ghungroos

Nagara are kettledrums which accompany shehnai

Dhak

Gharha
Gharha
is made by adding rubber cover on top of the pitcher

Thali is used to serve food and beaten with a stick to make music

Carved Vamavarta Shankhas, circa 11-12th century, Pala period

References[edit] See also[edit]

Indian musical instruments Haryanvi Folk Dances Haryanvi cinema Saang

External links[edit]

Bum Lahri Haryanvi Folk Music Haryanavi music making by Jangam Jogis Haryanvi Holi
Holi
Songs

Citations[edit]

^ a b c d e f Manorma Sharma, 2007, Musical Heritage of India, Page 65. ^ a b c d e f g h S. C. Bhatt and Gopal K. Bhargava, 2006, Land and People of Indian States and Union Territories: 21 Arts and Crafts of Haryana. ^ a b c d e f g h i S. Gajrani, 2004, History, Religion and Culture of India, Volume 1, Page 96. ^ There is also a Tajmahal in Noda, symbol of love of Hindu queen Nihalde and hindu King Nar Sultan, Patrika, 24 May 2017. ^ Kissa Nihalde Sultan: haryanvi ragni

v t e

Indian music

Main

Indian classical music Hindustani classical music Semi Classical music/Light classical music Carnatic music Indian folk music

Concepts

Shruti Swara Alankara Rāga Tāla Prahar

Hindustani classical music

Types of compositions

Dhrupad Dhamar Khyal Tarana Thumri Dadra Qawwali Ghazal

Thaats

Bilaval Khamaj Kafi Asavari Bhairav Bhairavi Todi Purvi Marwa Kalyan

Principles of Hindustani music

Alap Bandish Gat

Types of Bandish

Sthaayi Antara Sanchaari Aabhog

Variations of Bandish

Vilambit Madhyalaya Drut

Semi-classical music

Natya Sangeet Baithak Gana

Indian folk music

Rabindra Sangeet Bihu of Assam Dandiya Ganasangeet Uttarakhandi Music Lavani

Indian Light Music

Indian film music

Music of Bollywood

Indian play music

Natya Sangeet Light songs in the play Sugama Sangeetha

Region wise Indian Music

Bhojpuri Rajasthani Music Karnataka Sugam sangeet Goa trance music Odissi music Andaman and Nicobar Islands Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chhattisgarh Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Kashmir, Jammu and Ladakh Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Odisha Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttar Pradesh Uttarakhand West Bengal

Language wise Music

Marathi Music Hindi music Kannada music Telagu music Tamil music Aasami music

Maharashtra music

Powada Gan Gavlan Lavani Kirtan

v t e

Rāgas as per Performance Time

Morning

Ahir
Ahir
Bhairav Asavari Bairagi Bhairav Basant Mukhari Bhairav Bhankar Bhatiyar Bhoopal Todi Bilaskhani Todi Bilawal Deshkar Desi Gunakri Gurjari Todi Hindol Jaunpuri Jogiya Kalingada Lalit Nat Bhairav Sohni Todi Vibhas

Afternoon

Bhimpalasi Gaud Saarang Madhuvanti Madhyamad Sarang Marwa Multani Patdeep Poorvi Shri Shuddh Sarang

Evening

Bhoopali Desh Hansdhwani Kamod Khamaj Maru Bihag Pahadi Puriya Puriya Dhanashree Sham Kalyan Shankara Shuddh Kalyan Tilang Yaman Yaman Kalyan

Night

Adana Bageshri Bahar Basant Bhinna Shadja Bihag Chandani Kedar Chandrakauns Chhayanat Darbari Durga Gorakh Kalyan Hameer Jaijaivanti Jhinjhoti Kalavati Kedar Kirwani Malgunji Malhar Malkauns Malkauns
Malkauns
Pancham Nand Rageshri Shivranjani Tilak Kamod

Anytime

Bhairavi Charukeshi Dhani Gara JanaSammohini Kafi Mand Piloo Vrindavani Sarang

Season

Gaud Malhar Miyan Malhar

v t e

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India
topics

History

Overviews

Timeline Years

Astronomy Economics Linguistics Maritime Mathematics Metallurgy Military Postal Science and technology

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Stone Age Indus Valley Civilization Vedic period Mahajanapadas Mauryas Middle kingdoms Hoysala Chola Pala Kakatiya Delhi Sultanate Vijayanagara Mughals Marathas European trade

Colonial Princely

East India
India
Company Plassey 1857 rebellion British Raj Railways Economy Army Zamindari Bengali renaissance Political reforms Princely states Partition of Bengal Independence movement 1943 famine World War II Partition

Republic

Integration Non-Aligned Movement Five-Year Plans Sino-Indian War Indo-Pakistani wars Green Revolution White Revolution Naxal Insurgency Smiling Buddha Space programme The Emergency Indian Peace Keeping Force (IPKF) Economic liberalisation Pokhran-II

Geography

Environment

Biosphere reserves Climate

Climatic regions

Earthquakes Ecoregions Environmental issues Fauna Flora Geology National parks Protected areas Wildlife sanctuaries

Landforms

Beaches Desert Extreme points Glaciers Islands Lakes Mountains Plains

Indo-Gangetic Eastern coastal Western coastal

Rivers Valleys Volcanoes Waterfalls

Regions

East North Northeast South West

Subdivisions

Autonomous administrative divisions Cities Districts Municipalities States and territories

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Government

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Chief Justice Constitution District Courts Fundamental rights, principles and duties High Courts Human rights Supreme Court

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(BSF) Central Industrial Security Force
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Folk music
Folk music
of Haryana, based on satisfying their cultural needs of primarily agrarian martial races,[1] such as jat zamindars (owner-cultivator farmer-warriors), has two main forms Classical Folk Music of Haryana
Haryana
and Desi Folk Music of Haryana
Haryana
(Country Music of Haryana),[2] and they take the form of ballads and pangs of parting of lovers, valor and bravery, harvest and happiness.[1]

Contents

1 History 2 Folk music

2.1 Types of Folk music

2.1.1 Classical Folk Music of Haryana 2.1.2 Country Music of Haryana

2.2 Traditional Occasions for Music Making 2.3 Traditional Musicians 2.4 Music Instruments

3 Gallery 4 References

4.1 See also 4.2 External links 4.3 Citations

History[edit] Haryana
Haryana
is rich in musical tradition and even places have even been named after ragas, for example Charkhi Dadri district has many villages named as Nandyam, Sarangpur, Bilawala, Brindabana, Todi, Asaveri, Jaisri, Malakoshna, Hindola, Bhairvi and Gopi Kalyana.[2][3] Folk music[edit] Types of Folk music[edit] Haryanvi folk music can be classified into two types:[3] Classical Folk Music of Haryana[edit] The classical form of Haryanvi music is closely associated with and based on Indian classical music.[2] The Indian state of Haryana
Haryana
has produced a number of kinds of folk music, and has also produced innovations in Indian classical music. Hindustani classical ragas are used to sing Alha-Khand
Alha-Khand
(1663-1202 CE) about bravery of Alha
Alha
and Udal, Jaimal Fatta of Maharana Udai Singh II
Udai Singh II
of Chittor
Chittor
(Maharana Udai Singh was the son of Rana Sanga
Rana Sanga
and the father of famous braveheart Maharana Pratap), Brahmas, Teej
Teej
festive songs, Phaag songs of Phalgun month of Holi
Holi
and Holi
Holi
songs.[2][3] Country Music of Haryana[edit] The country-side or desi (native) form of Haryanvi music is based on Raag Bhairvi, Raag Bhairav, Raag Kafi, Raag Jaijaivanti, Raag Jhinjhoti and Raag Pahadi and used for celebrating community bonhomie to sing seasonal songs, ballads, ceremonial songs (wedding, etc) and related religious legendary tales such as Puran Bhagat.[2][3] Ahirs also use melodic Raag Pilu on a scale using seven semi-tones.[3] Kissa folklores of bravery and love such as Nihalde Sultan, Sati Manorama, Jai Singh ki Mrityu, Saran de, etc. are some of the most popular folklores. Rasa lila
Rasa lila
and "Ragini" are folk theatrical performance Haryana. The Ragini form of theater was popularised by Lakhmi Chand.[1] Kunwar NIhalde or princess Nihalde, was daughter of Hindu king Magh who committed Sati in the pain of separation of her lover and Hindu prince Sultan also called Nar Sultan or Man Sultan, after this she came to be known as Sati Nihalde),[4][5] Singing is a great way of demolishing societal differences as folk singers are highly esteemed and they are sought after and invited for events, ceremonies and special occasions regardless of the caste or status.[1] Songs are based on day to day themes and injecting earthy humor enlivens the feel of the songs. Haryanvi dances have fast energetic movements, and popular dance forms are Khoriya, Chaupaiya, Loor, Been, Ghoomar, Dhamal, Phaag, Sawan and Gugga. Young girls and women usually sing entertaining and fast seasonal, love, relationship and friendship related songs such as Phagan (song for eponymous season/month), Katak (songs for the eponymous season/month), Samman (songs for the eponymous season/month), bande-bandi (male-female duet songs), sathne (songs of sharing heartfelt feelings among female friends).[1] Older women usually sing devotional Mangal Geet (auspicious songs) and ceremonial songs such as Bhajan, Bhat (wedding gift to the mother of bride or groom by her brother), Sagai, Ban ( Hindu wedding
Hindu wedding
ritual where pre-wedding festivities starts), Kuan-Poojan (a custom that is performed to welcome the birth of male child by worshiping the well or source of drinking water), Sanjhi
Sanjhi
and Holi
Holi
festival. These inter-caste songs are fluid in nature, and never personalized for specific caste, and they are sung collectively by women from different strata, castes, dialects so these songs do change fluidly in dialect, style, words, etc. This adoptive style can be seen from adoption of tunes of bollywood movie songs into Haryanvi songs. Despite this fluid nture, haryanvi songs have a distinct style of their worn.[1] Traditional Occasions for Music Making[edit] Haryana
Haryana
has rich tradition of dances for various occasions (wedding, festivals, etc.) and seasons (harvest, sowing of seeds, monsoon, etc.). These dances come under one or the other category. Broadly, the following dances are common in one area or the other and performed on specific occasions.[2][3] Traditional Musicians[edit] The folk music of Haryana
Haryana
has been spread by the Bhats, Saangis and Jogis.[3] Music Instruments[edit] Music is made using many traditional instruments Sarangi, Harmonium, Chimta, Dhadd, Dholak, Manjeera, Khartal, Damaru, Duggi, Daf, Bansuri, Been, Ghungroo, Dhak, Gharha
Gharha
(by adding rubber cover on top of the pitcher), Thali (beaten with a stick to make music) and Shankha.[2][3] Other instruments are:[2][3]

Bansuri: wind instrument with an ancient history Been - two bamboo pipes fixed in a gourd, associated with snake charmers Iktara
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-stringed relative is the dotara. Sarangi
Sarangi
- a bow instrument, used both in Haryana's folk and classical music Shankh
Shankh
- a sacred wind instrument, associated with Vishnu Shehnai
Shehnai
- wind instrument

Gallery[edit]

Sarod, Sitar
Sitar
and Iktara

Sarangi

Shehnai

Harmonium

Chimta

Dhadd

Pakhawaj

Dholak

Manjeera

A pair of Khartal
Khartal
blocks

Damaru

Duggi (drum)

A woman playing a Daf

Hariprasad Chaurasia
Hariprasad Chaurasia
playing the Bansuri

Been

A Snake Charmer playing Been

A pair of Ghungroos

Danseuse with 400 Ghungroos

Nagara are kettledrums which accompany shehnai

Dhak

Gharha
Gharha
is made by adding rubber cover on top of the pitcher

Thali is used to serve food and beaten with a stick to make music

Carved Vamavarta Shankhas, circa 11-12th century, Pala period

References[edit] See also[edit]

Indian musical instruments Haryanvi Folk Dances Haryanvi cinema Saang

External links[edit]

Bum Lahri Haryanvi Folk Music Haryanavi music making by Jangam Jogis Haryanvi Holi
Holi
Songs

Citations[edit]

^ a b c d e f Manorma Sharma, 2007, Musical Heritage of India, Page 65. ^ a b c d e f g h S. C. Bhatt and Gopal K. Bhargava, 2006, Land and People of Indian States and Union Territories: 21 Arts and Crafts of Haryana. ^ a b c d e f g h i S. Gajrani, 2004, History, Religion and Culture of India, Volume 1, Page 96. ^ There is also a Tajmahal in Noda, symbol of love of Hindu queen Nihalde and hindu King Nar Sultan, Patrika, 24 May 2017. ^ Kissa Nihalde Sultan: haryanvi ragni

v t e

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Shruti Swara Alankara Rāga Tāla Prahar

Hindustani classical music

Types of compositions

Dhrupad Dhamar Khyal Tarana Thumri Dadra Qawwali Ghazal

Thaats

Bilaval Khamaj Kafi Asavari Bhairav Bhairavi Todi Purvi Marwa Kalyan

Principles of Hindustani music

Alap Bandish Gat

Types of Bandish

Sthaayi Antara Sanchaari Aabhog

Variations of Bandish

Vilambit Madhyalaya Drut

Semi-classical music

Natya Sangeet Baithak Gana

Indian folk music

Rabindra Sangeet Bihu of Assam Dandiya Ganasangeet Uttarakhandi Music Lavani

Indian Light Music

Indian film music

Music of Bollywood

Indian play music

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Language wise Music

Marathi Music Hindi music Kannada music Telagu music Tamil music Aasami music

Maharashtra music

Powada Gan Gavlan Lavani Kirtan

v t e

Rāgas as per Performance Time

Morning

Ahir
Ahir
Bhairav Asavari Bairagi Bhairav Basant Mukhari Bhairav Bhankar Bhatiyar Bhoopal Todi Bilaskhani Todi Bilawal Deshkar Desi Gunakri Gurjari Todi Hindol Jaunpuri Jogiya Kalingada Lalit Nat Bhairav Sohni Todi Vibhas

Afternoon

Bhimpalasi Gaud Saarang Madhuvanti Madhyamad Sarang Marwa Multani Patdeep Poorvi Shri Shuddh Sarang

Evening

Bhoopali Desh Hansdhwani Kamod Khamaj Maru Bihag Pahadi Puriya Puriya Dhanashree Sham Kalyan Shankara Shuddh Kalyan Tilang Yaman Yaman Kalyan

Night

Adana Bageshri Bahar Basant Bhinna Shadja Bihag Chandani Kedar Chandrakauns Chhayanat Darbari Durga Gorakh Kalyan Hameer Jaijaivanti Jhinjhoti Kalavati Kedar Kirwani Malgunji Malhar Malkauns Malkauns
Malkauns
Pancham Nand Rageshri Shivranjani Tilak Kamod

Anytime

Bhairavi Charukeshi Dhani Gara JanaSammohini Kafi Mand Piloo Vrindavani Sarang

Season

Gaud Malhar Miyan Malhar

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Folk music
Folk music
of Haryana, based on satisfying their cultural needs of primarily agrarian martial races,[1] such as jat zamindars (owner-cultivator farmer-warriors), has two main forms Classical Folk Music of Haryana
Haryana
and Desi Folk Music of Haryana
Haryana
(Country Music of Haryana),[2] and they take the form of ballads and pangs of parting of lovers, valor and bravery, harvest and happiness.[1]

Contents

1 History 2 Folk music

2.1 Types of Folk music

2.1.1 Classical Folk Music of Haryana 2.1.2 Country Music of Haryana

2.2 Traditional Occasions for Music Making 2.3 Traditional Musicians 2.4 Music Instruments

3 Gallery 4 References

4.1 See also 4.2 External links 4.3 Citations

History[edit] Haryana
Haryana
is rich in musical tradition and even places have even been named after ragas, for example Charkhi Dadri district has many villages named as Nandyam, Sarangpur, Bilawala, Brindabana, Todi, Asaveri, Jaisri, Malakoshna, Hindola, Bhairvi and Gopi Kalyana.[2][3] Folk music[edit] Types of Folk music[edit] Haryanvi folk music can be classified into two types:[3] Classical Folk Music of Haryana[edit] The classical form of Haryanvi music is closely associated with and based on Indian classical music.[2] The Indian state of Haryana
Haryana
has produced a number of kinds of folk music, and has also produced innovations in Indian classical music. Hindustani classical ragas are used to sing Alha-Khand
Alha-Khand
(1663-1202 CE) about bravery of Alha
Alha
and Udal, Jaimal Fatta of Maharana Udai Singh II
Udai Singh II
of Chittor
Chittor
(Maharana Udai Singh was the son of Rana Sanga
Rana Sanga
and the father of famous braveheart Maharana Pratap), Brahmas, Teej
Teej
festive songs, Phaag songs of Phalgun month of Holi
Holi
and Holi
Holi
songs.[2][3] Country Music of Haryana[edit] The country-side or desi (native) form of Haryanvi music is based on Raag Bhairvi, Raag Bhairav, Raag Kafi, Raag Jaijaivanti, Raag Jhinjhoti and Raag Pahadi and used for celebrating community bonhomie to sing seasonal songs, ballads, ceremonial songs (wedding, etc) and related religious legendary tales such as Puran Bhagat.[2][3] Ahirs also use melodic Raag Pilu on a scale using seven semi-tones.[3] Kissa folklores of bravery and love such as Nihalde Sultan, Sati Manorama, Jai Singh ki Mrityu, Saran de, etc. are some of the most popular folklores. Rasa lila
Rasa lila
and "Ragini" are folk theatrical performance Haryana. The Ragini form of theater was popularised by Lakhmi Chand.[1] Kunwar NIhalde or princess Nihalde, was daughter of Hindu king Magh who committed Sati in the pain of separation of her lover and Hindu prince Sultan also called Nar Sultan or Man Sultan, after this she came to be known as Sati Nihalde),[4][5] Singing is a great way of demolishing societal differences as folk singers are highly esteemed and they are sought after and invited for events, ceremonies and special occasions regardless of the caste or status.[1] Songs are based on day to day themes and injecting earthy humor enlivens the feel of the songs. Haryanvi dances have fast energetic movements, and popular dance forms are Khoriya, Chaupaiya, Loor, Been, Ghoomar, Dhamal, Phaag, Sawan and Gugga. Young girls and women usually sing entertaining and fast seasonal, love, relationship and friendship related songs such as Phagan (song for eponymous season/month), Katak (songs for the eponymous season/month), Samman (songs for the eponymous season/month), bande-bandi (male-female duet songs), sathne (songs of sharing heartfelt feelings among female friends).[1] Older women usually sing devotional Mangal Geet (auspicious songs) and ceremonial songs such as Bhajan, Bhat (wedding gift to the mother of bride or groom by her brother), Sagai, Ban ( Hindu wedding
Hindu wedding
ritual where pre-wedding festivities starts), Kuan-Poojan (a custom that is performed to welcome the birth of male child by worshiping the well or source of drinking water), Sanjhi
Sanjhi
and Holi
Holi
festival. These inter-caste songs are fluid in nature, and never personalized for specific caste, and they are sung collectively by women from different strata, castes, dialects so these songs do change fluidly in dialect, style, words, etc. This adoptive style can be seen from adoption of tunes of bollywood movie songs into Haryanvi songs. Despite this fluid nture, haryanvi songs have a distinct style of their worn.[1] Traditional Occasions for Music Making[edit] Haryana
Haryana
has rich tradition of dances for various occasions (wedding, festivals, etc.) and seasons (harvest, sowing of seeds, monsoon, etc.). These dances come under one or the other category. Broadly, the following dances are common in one area or the other and performed on specific occasions.[2][3] Traditional Musicians[edit] The folk music of Haryana
Haryana
has been spread by the Bhats, Saangis and Jogis.[3] Music Instruments[edit] Music is made using many traditional instruments Sarangi, Harmonium, Chimta, Dhadd, Dholak, Manjeera, Khartal, Damaru, Duggi, Daf, Bansuri, Been, Ghungroo, Dhak, Gharha
Gharha
(by adding rubber cover on top of the pitcher), Thali (beaten with a stick to make music) and Shankha.[2][3] Other instruments are:[2][3]

Bansuri: wind instrument with an ancient history Been - two bamboo pipes fixed in a gourd, associated with snake charmers Iktara
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-stringed relative is the dotara. Sarangi
Sarangi
- a bow instrument, used both in Haryana's folk and classical music Shankh
Shankh
- a sacred wind instrument, associated with Vishnu Shehnai
Shehnai
- wind instrument

Gallery[edit]

Sarod, Sitar
Sitar
and Iktara

Sarangi

Shehnai

Harmonium

Chimta

Dhadd

Pakhawaj

Dholak

Manjeera

A pair of Khartal
Khartal
blocks

Damaru

Duggi (drum)

A woman playing a Daf

Hariprasad Chaurasia
Hariprasad Chaurasia
playing the Bansuri

Been

A Snake Charmer playing Been

A pair of Ghungroos

Danseuse with 400 Ghungroos

Nagara are kettledrums which accompany shehnai

Dhak

Gharha
Gharha
is made by adding rubber cover on top of the pitcher

Thali is used to serve food and beaten with a stick to make music

Carved Vamavarta Shankhas, circa 11-12th century, Pala period

References[edit] See also[edit]

Indian musical instruments Haryanvi Folk Dances Haryanvi cinema Saang

External links[edit]

Bum Lahri Haryanvi Folk Music Haryanavi music making by Jangam Jogis Haryanvi Holi
Holi
Songs

Citations[edit]

^ a b c d e f Manorma Sharma, 2007, Musical Heritage of India, Page 65. ^ a b c d e f g h S. C. Bhatt and Gopal K. Bhargava, 2006, Land and People of Indian States and Union Territories: 21 Arts and Crafts of Haryana. ^ a b c d e f g h i S. Gajrani, 2004, History, Religion and Culture of India, Volume 1, Page 96. ^ There is also a Tajmahal in Noda, symbol of love of Hindu queen Nihalde and hindu King Nar Sultan, Patrika, 24 May 2017. ^ Kissa Nihalde Sultan: haryanvi ragni

v t e

Indian music

Main

Indian classical music Hindustani classical music Semi Classical music/Light classical music Carnatic music Indian folk music

Concepts

Shruti Swara Alankara Rāga Tāla Prahar

Hindustani classical music

Types of compositions

Dhrupad Dhamar Khyal Tarana Thumri Dadra Qawwali Ghazal

Thaats

Bilaval Khamaj Kafi Asavari Bhairav Bhairavi Todi Purvi Marwa Kalyan

Principles of Hindustani music

Alap Bandish Gat

Types of Bandish

Sthaayi Antara Sanchaari Aabhog

Variations of Bandish

Vilambit Madhyalaya Drut

Semi-classical music

Natya Sangeet Baithak Gana

Indian folk music

Rabindra Sangeet Bihu of Assam Dandiya Ganasangeet Uttarakhandi Music Lavani

Indian Light Music

Indian film music

Music of Bollywood

Indian play music

Natya Sangeet Light songs in the play Sugama Sangeetha

Region wise Indian Music

Bhojpuri Rajasthani Music Karnataka Sugam sangeet Goa trance music Odissi music Andaman and Nicobar Islands Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chhattisgarh Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Kashmir, Jammu and Ladakh Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Odisha Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttar Pradesh Uttarakhand West Bengal

Language wise Music

Marathi Music Hindi music Kannada music Telagu music Tamil music Aasami music

Maharashtra music

Powada Gan Gavlan Lavani Kirtan

v t e

Rāgas as per Performance Time

Morning

Ahir
Ahir
Bhairav Asavari Bairagi Bhairav Basant Mukhari Bhairav Bhankar Bhatiyar Bhoopal Todi Bilaskhani Todi Bilawal Deshkar Desi Gunakri Gurjari Todi Hindol Jaunpuri Jogiya Kalingada Lalit Nat Bhairav Sohni Todi Vibhas

Afternoon

Bhimpalasi Gaud Saarang Madhuvanti Madhyamad Sarang Marwa Multani Patdeep Poorvi Shri Shuddh Sarang

Evening

Bhoopali Desh Hansdhwani Kamod Khamaj Maru Bihag Pahadi Puriya Puriya Dhanashree Sham Kalyan Shankara Shuddh Kalyan Tilang Yaman Yaman Kalyan

Night

Adana Bageshri Bahar Basant Bhinna Shadja Bihag Chandani Kedar Chandrakauns Chhayanat Darbari Durga Gorakh Kalyan Hameer Jaijaivanti Jhinjhoti Kalavati Kedar Kirwani Malgunji Malhar Malkauns Malkauns
Malkauns
Pancham Nand Rageshri Shivranjani Tilak Kamod

Anytime

Bhairavi Charukeshi Dhani Gara JanaSammohini Kafi Mand Piloo Vrindavani Sarang

Season

Gaud Malhar Miyan Malhar

v t e

  India
India
topics

History

Overviews

Timeline Years

Astronomy Economics Linguistics Maritime Mathematics Metallurgy Military Postal Science and technology

Pre-colonial

Stone Age Indus Valley Civilization Vedic period Mahajanapadas Mauryas Middle kingdoms Hoysala Chola Pala Kakatiya Delhi Sultanate Vijayanagara Mughals Marathas European trade

Colonial Princely

East India
India
Company Plassey 1857 rebellion British Raj Railways Economy Army Zamindari Bengali renaissance Political reforms Princely states Partition of Bengal Independence movement 1943 famine World War II Partition

Republic

Integration Non-Aligned Movement Five-Year Plans Sino-Indian War Indo-Pakistani wars Green Revolution White Revolution Naxal Insurgency Smiling Buddha Space programme The Emergency Indian Peace Keeping Force (IPKF) Economic liberalisation Pokhran-II

Geography

Environment

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Folk music
Folk music
of Haryana, based on satisfying their cultural needs of primarily agrarian martial races,[1] such as jat zamindars (owner-cultivator farmer-warriors), has two main forms Classical Folk Music of Haryana
Haryana
and Desi Folk Music of Haryana
Haryana
(Country Music of Haryana),[2] and they take the form of ballads and pangs of parting of lovers, valor and bravery, harvest and happiness.[1]

Contents

1 History 2 Folk music

2.1 Types of Folk music

2.1.1 Classical Folk Music of Haryana 2.1.2 Country Music of Haryana

2.2 Traditional Occasions for Music Making 2.3 Traditional Musicians 2.4 Music Instruments

3 Gallery 4 References

4.1 See also 4.2 External links 4.3 Citations

History[edit] Haryana
Haryana
is rich in musical tradition and even places have even been named after ragas, for example Charkhi Dadri district has many villages named as Nandyam, Sarangpur, Bilawala, Brindabana, Todi, Asaveri, Jaisri, Malakoshna, Hindola, Bhairvi and Gopi Kalyana.[2][3] Folk music[edit] Types of Folk music[edit] Haryanvi folk music can be classified into two types:[3] Classical Folk Music of Haryana[edit] The classical form of Haryanvi music is closely associated with and based on Indian classical music.[2] The Indian state of Haryana
Haryana
has produced a number of kinds of folk music, and has also produced innovations in Indian classical music. Hindustani classical ragas are used to sing Alha-Khand
Alha-Khand
(1663-1202 CE) about bravery of Alha
Alha
and Udal, Jaimal Fatta of Maharana Udai Singh II
Udai Singh II
of Chittor
Chittor
(Maharana Udai Singh was the son of Rana Sanga
Rana Sanga
and the father of famous braveheart Maharana Pratap), Brahmas, Teej
Teej
festive songs, Phaag songs of Phalgun month of Holi
Holi
and Holi
Holi
songs.[2][3] Country Music of Haryana[edit] The country-side or desi (native) form of Haryanvi music is based on Raag Bhairvi, Raag Bhairav, Raag Kafi, Raag Jaijaivanti, Raag Jhinjhoti and Raag Pahadi and used for celebrating community bonhomie to sing seasonal songs, ballads, ceremonial songs (wedding, etc) and related religious legendary tales such as Puran Bhagat.[2][3] Ahirs also use melodic Raag Pilu on a scale using seven semi-tones.[3] Kissa folklores of bravery and love such as Nihalde Sultan, Sati Manorama, Jai Singh ki Mrityu, Saran de, etc. are some of the most popular folklores. Rasa lila
Rasa lila
and "Ragini" are folk theatrical performance Haryana. The Ragini form of theater was popularised by Lakhmi Chand.[1] Kunwar NIhalde or princess Nihalde, was daughter of Hindu king Magh who committed Sati in the pain of separation of her lover and Hindu prince Sultan also called Nar Sultan or Man Sultan, after this she came to be known as Sati Nihalde),[4][5] Singing is a great way of demolishing societal differences as folk singers are highly esteemed and they are sought after and invited for events, ceremonies and special occasions regardless of the caste or status.[1] Songs are based on day to day themes and injecting earthy humor enlivens the feel of the songs. Haryanvi dances have fast energetic movements, and popular dance forms are Khoriya, Chaupaiya, Loor, Been, Ghoomar, Dhamal, Phaag, Sawan and Gugga. Young girls and women usually sing entertaining and fast seasonal, love, relationship and friendship related songs such as Phagan (song for eponymous season/month), Katak (songs for the eponymous season/month), Samman (songs for the eponymous season/month), bande-bandi (male-female duet songs), sathne (songs of sharing heartfelt feelings among female friends).[1] Older women usually sing devotional Mangal Geet (auspicious songs) and ceremonial songs such as Bhajan, Bhat (wedding gift to the mother of bride or groom by her brother), Sagai, Ban ( Hindu wedding
Hindu wedding
ritual where pre-wedding festivities starts), Kuan-Poojan (a custom that is performed to welcome the birth of male child by worshiping the well or source of drinking water), Sanjhi
Sanjhi
and Holi
Holi
festival. These inter-caste songs are fluid in nature, and never personalized for specific caste, and they are sung collectively by women from different strata, castes, dialects so these songs do change fluidly in dialect, style, words, etc. This adoptive style can be seen from adoption of tunes of bollywood movie songs into Haryanvi songs. Despite this fluid nture, haryanvi songs have a distinct style of their worn.[1] Traditional Occasions for Music Making[edit] Haryana
Haryana
has rich tradition of dances for various occasions (wedding, festivals, etc.) and seasons (harvest, sowing of seeds, monsoon, etc.). These dances come under one or the other category. Broadly, the following dances are common in one area or the other and performed on specific occasions.[2][3] Traditional Musicians[edit] The folk music of Haryana
Haryana
has been spread by the Bhats, Saangis and Jogis.[3] Music Instruments[edit] Music is made using many traditional instruments Sarangi, Harmonium, Chimta, Dhadd, Dholak, Manjeera, Khartal, Damaru, Duggi, Daf, Bansuri, Been, Ghungroo, Dhak, Gharha
Gharha
(by adding rubber cover on top of the pitcher), Thali (beaten with a stick to make music) and Shankha.[2][3] Other instruments are:[2][3]

Bansuri: wind instrument with an ancient history Been - two bamboo pipes fixed in a gourd, associated with snake charmers Iktara
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-stringed relative is the dotara. Sarangi
Sarangi
- a bow instrument, used both in Haryana's folk and classical music Shankh
Shankh
- a sacred wind instrument, associated with Vishnu Shehnai
Shehnai
- wind instrument

Gallery[edit]

Sarod, Sitar
Sitar
and Iktara

Sarangi

Shehnai

Harmonium

Chimta

Dhadd

Pakhawaj

Dholak

Manjeera

A pair of Khartal
Khartal
blocks

Damaru

Duggi (drum)

A woman playing a Daf

Hariprasad Chaurasia
Hariprasad Chaurasia
playing the Bansuri

Been

A Snake Charmer playing Been

A pair of Ghungroos

Danseuse with 400 Ghungroos

Nagara are kettledrums which accompany shehnai

Dhak

Gharha
Gharha
is made by adding rubber cover on top of the pitcher

Thali is used to serve food and beaten with a stick to make music

Carved Vamavarta Shankhas, circa 11-12th century, Pala period

References[edit] See also[edit]

Indian musical instruments Haryanvi Folk Dances Haryanvi cinema Saang

External links[edit]

Bum Lahri Haryanvi Folk Music Haryanavi music making by Jangam Jogis Haryanvi Holi
Holi
Songs

Citations[edit]

^ a b c d e f Manorma Sharma, 2007, Musical Heritage of India, Page 65. ^ a b c d e f g h S. C. Bhatt and Gopal K. Bhargava, 2006, Land and People of Indian States and Union Territories: 21 Arts and Crafts of Haryana. ^ a b c d e f g h i S. Gajrani, 2004, History, Religion and Culture of India, Volume 1, Page 96. ^ There is also a Tajmahal in Noda, symbol of love of Hindu queen Nihalde and hindu King Nar Sultan, Patrika, 24 May 2017. ^ Kissa Nihalde Sultan: haryanvi ragni

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Shruti Swara Alankara Rāga Tāla Prahar

Hindustani classical music

Types of compositions

Dhrupad Dhamar Khyal Tarana Thumri Dadra Qawwali Ghazal

Thaats

Bilaval Khamaj Kafi Asavari Bhairav Bhairavi Todi Purvi Marwa Kalyan

Principles of Hindustani music

Alap Bandish Gat

Types of Bandish

Sthaayi Antara Sanchaari Aabhog

Variations of Bandish

Vilambit Madhyalaya Drut

Semi-classical music

Natya Sangeet Baithak Gana

Indian folk music

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Indian Light Music

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Folk music
Folk music
of Haryana, based on satisfying their cultural needs of primarily agrarian martial races,[1] such as jat zamindars (owner-cultivator farmer-warriors), has two main forms Classical Folk Music of Haryana
Haryana
and Desi Folk Music of Haryana
Haryana
(Country Music of Haryana),[2] and they take the form of ballads and pangs of parting of lovers, valor and bravery, harvest and happiness.[1]

Contents

1 History 2 Folk music

2.1 Types of Folk music

2.1.1 Classical Folk Music of Haryana 2.1.2 Country Music of Haryana

2.2 Traditional Occasions for Music Making 2.3 Traditional Musicians 2.4 Music Instruments

3 Gallery 4 References

4.1 See also 4.2 External links 4.3 Citations

History[edit] Haryana
Haryana
is rich in musical tradition and even places have even been named after ragas, for example Charkhi Dadri district has many villages named as Nandyam, Sarangpur, Bilawala, Brindabana, Todi, Asaveri, Jaisri, Malakoshna, Hindola, Bhairvi and Gopi Kalyana.[2][3] Folk music[edit] Types of Folk music[edit] Haryanvi folk music can be classified into two types:[3] Classical Folk Music of Haryana[edit] The classical form of Haryanvi music is closely associated with and based on Indian classical music.[2] The Indian state of Haryana
Haryana
has produced a number of kinds of folk music, and has also produced innovations in Indian classical music. Hindustani classical ragas are used to sing Alha-Khand
Alha-Khand
(1663-1202 CE) about bravery of Alha
Alha
and Udal, Jaimal Fatta of Maharana Udai Singh II
Udai Singh II
of Chittor
Chittor
(Maharana Udai Singh was the son of Rana Sanga
Rana Sanga
and the father of famous braveheart Maharana Pratap), Brahmas, Teej
Teej
festive songs, Phaag songs of Phalgun month of Holi
Holi
and Holi
Holi
songs.[2][3] Country Music of Haryana[edit] The country-side or desi (native) form of Haryanvi music is based on Raag Bhairvi, Raag Bhairav, Raag Kafi, Raag Jaijaivanti, Raag Jhinjhoti and Raag Pahadi and used for celebrating community bonhomie to sing seasonal songs, ballads, ceremonial songs (wedding, etc) and related religious legendary tales such as Puran Bhagat.[2][3] Ahirs also use melodic Raag Pilu on a scale using seven semi-tones.[3] Kissa folklores of bravery and love such as Nihalde Sultan, Sati Manorama, Jai Singh ki Mrityu, Saran de, etc. are some of the most popular folklores. Rasa lila
Rasa lila
and "Ragini" are folk theatrical performance Haryana. The Ragini form of theater was popularised by Lakhmi Chand.[1] Kunwar NIhalde or princess Nihalde, was daughter of Hindu king Magh who committed Sati in the pain of separation of her lover and Hindu prince Sultan also called Nar Sultan or Man Sultan, after this she came to be known as Sati Nihalde),[4][5] Singing is a great way of demolishing societal differences as folk singers are highly esteemed and they are sought after and invited for events, ceremonies and special occasions regardless of the caste or status.[1] Songs are based on day to day themes and injecting earthy humor enlivens the feel of the songs. Haryanvi dances have fast energetic movements, and popular dance forms are Khoriya, Chaupaiya, Loor, Been, Ghoomar, Dhamal, Phaag, Sawan and Gugga. Young girls and women usually sing entertaining and fast seasonal, love, relationship and friendship related songs such as Phagan (song for eponymous season/month), Katak (songs for the eponymous season/month), Samman (songs for the eponymous season/month), bande-bandi (male-female duet songs), sathne (songs of sharing heartfelt feelings among female friends).[1] Older women usually sing devotional Mangal Geet (auspicious songs) and ceremonial songs such as Bhajan, Bhat (wedding gift to the mother of bride or groom by her brother), Sagai, Ban ( Hindu wedding
Hindu wedding
ritual where pre-wedding festivities starts), Kuan-Poojan (a custom that is performed to welcome the birth of male child by worshiping the well or source of drinking water), Sanjhi
Sanjhi
and Holi
Holi
festival. These inter-caste songs are fluid in nature, and never personalized for specific caste, and they are sung collectively by women from different strata, castes, dialects so these songs do change fluidly in dialect, style, words, etc. This adoptive style can be seen from adoption of tunes of bollywood movie songs into Haryanvi songs. Despite this fluid nture, haryanvi songs have a distinct style of their worn.[1] Traditional Occasions for Music Making[edit] Haryana
Haryana
has rich tradition of dances for various occasions (wedding, festivals, etc.) and seasons (harvest, sowing of seeds, monsoon, etc.). These dances come under one or the other category. Broadly, the following dances are common in one area or the other and performed on specific occasions.[2][3] Traditional Musicians[edit] The folk music of Haryana
Haryana
has been spread by the Bhats, Saangis and Jogis.[3] Music Instruments[edit] Music is made using many traditional instruments Sarangi, Harmonium, Chimta, Dhadd, Dholak, Manjeera, Khartal, Damaru, Duggi, Daf, Bansuri, Been, Ghungroo, Dhak, Gharha
Gharha
(by adding rubber cover on top of the pitcher), Thali (beaten with a stick to make music) and Shankha.[2][3] Other instruments are:[2][3]

Bansuri: wind instrument with an ancient history Been - two bamboo pipes fixed in a gourd, associated with snake charmers Iktara
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-stringed relative is the dotara. Sarangi
Sarangi
- a bow instrument, used both in Haryana's folk and classical music Shankh
Shankh
- a sacred wind instrument, associated with Vishnu Shehnai
Shehnai
- wind instrument

Gallery[edit]

Sarod, Sitar
Sitar
and Iktara

Sarangi

Shehnai

Harmonium

Chimta

Dhadd

Pakhawaj

Dholak

Manjeera

A pair of Khartal
Khartal
blocks

Damaru

Duggi (drum)

A woman playing a Daf

Hariprasad Chaurasia
Hariprasad Chaurasia
playing the Bansuri

Been

A Snake Charmer playing Been

A pair of Ghungroos

Danseuse with 400 Ghungroos

Nagara are kettledrums which accompany shehnai

Dhak

Gharha
Gharha
is made by adding rubber cover on top of the pitcher

Thali is used to serve food and beaten with a stick to make music

Carved Vamavarta Shankhas, circa 11-12th century, Pala period

References[edit] See also[edit]

Indian musical instruments Haryanvi Folk Dances Haryanvi cinema Saang

External links[edit]

Bum Lahri Haryanvi Folk Music Haryanavi music making by Jangam Jogis Haryanvi Holi
Holi
Songs

Citations[edit]

^ a b c d e f Manorma Sharma, 2007, Musical Heritage of India, Page 65. ^ a b c d e f g h S. C. Bhatt and Gopal K. Bhargava, 2006, Land and People of Indian States and Union Territories: 21 Arts and Crafts of Haryana. ^ a b c d e f g h i S. Gajrani, 2004, History, Religion and Culture of India, Volume 1, Page 96. ^ There is also a Tajmahal in Noda, symbol of love of Hindu queen Nihalde and hindu King Nar Sultan, Patrika, 24 May 2017. ^ Kissa Nihalde Sultan: haryanvi ragni

v t e

Indian music

Main

Indian classical music Hindustani classical music Semi Classical music/Light classical music Carnatic music Indian folk music

Concepts

Shruti Swara Alankara Rāga Tāla Prahar

Hindustani classical music

Types of compositions

Dhrupad Dhamar Khyal Tarana Thumri Dadra Qawwali Ghazal

Thaats

Bilaval Khamaj Kafi Asavari Bhairav Bhairavi Todi Purvi Marwa Kalyan

Principles of Hindustani music

Alap Bandish Gat

Types of Bandish

Sthaayi Antara Sanchaari Aabhog

Variations of Bandish

Vilambit Madhyalaya Drut

Semi-classical music

Natya Sangeet Baithak Gana

Indian folk music

Rabindra Sangeet Bihu of Assam Dandiya Ganasangeet Uttarakhandi Music Lavani

Indian Light Music

Indian film music

Music of Bollywood

Indian play music

Natya Sangeet Light songs in the play Sugama Sangeetha

Region wise Indian Music

Bhojpuri Rajasthani Music Karnataka Sugam sangeet Goa trance music Odissi music Andaman and Nicobar Islands Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chhattisgarh Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Kashmir, Jammu and Ladakh Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Odisha Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttar Pradesh Uttarakhand West Bengal

Language wise Music

Marathi Music Hindi music Kannada music Telagu music Tamil music Aasami music

Maharashtra music

Powada Gan Gavlan Lavani Kirtan

v t e

Rāgas as per Performance Time

Morning

Ahir
Ahir
Bhairav Asavari Bairagi Bhairav Basant Mukhari Bhairav Bhankar Bhatiyar Bhoopal Todi Bilaskhani Todi Bilawal Deshkar Desi Gunakri Gurjari Todi Hindol Jaunpuri Jogiya Kalingada Lalit Nat Bhairav Sohni Todi Vibhas

Afternoon

Bhimpalasi Gaud Saarang Madhuvanti Madhyamad Sarang Marwa Multani Patdeep Poorvi Shri Shuddh Sarang

Evening

Bhoopali Desh Hansdhwani Kamod Khamaj Maru Bihag Pahadi Puriya Puriya Dhanashree Sham Kalyan Shankara Shuddh Kalyan Tilang Yaman Yaman Kalyan

Night

Adana Bageshri Bahar Basant Bhinna Shadja Bihag Chandani Kedar Chandrakauns Chhayanat Darbari Durga Gorakh Kalyan Hameer Jaijaivanti Jhinjhoti Kalavati Kedar Kirwani Malgunji Malhar Malkauns Malkauns
Malkauns
Pancham Nand Rageshri Shivranjani Tilak Kamod

Anytime

Bhairavi Charukeshi Dhani Gara JanaSammohini Kafi Mand Piloo Vrindavani Sarang

Season

Gaud Malhar Miyan Malhar

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Colonial Princely

East India
India
Company Plassey 1857 rebellion British Raj Railways Economy Army Zamindari Bengali renaissance Political reforms Princely states Partition of Bengal Independence movement 1943 famine World War II Partition

Republic

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Geography

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People

Billionaires Businesspeople Demography Income

Poverty

Labour law Pensions

EPFO NPS PPF

States

Andhra Pradesh Assam Bihar Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu and Kashmir Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Mizoram Nagaland Odisha Punjab Rajasthan Tamil Nadu Telangana Uttarakhand Uttar Pradesh West Bengal

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Automotive Defence Construction Education Energy

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Civil

Ports Rail

Utilities

Electricity Water

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Society

Caste system Corruption Demographics Education

Universities in India Medical colleges in India Law colleges in India Engineering colleges in India

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Hospitals in India

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Arts and entertainment Architecture Blogging Cinema Comics

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Cuisine

wine

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Martial arts Music Public holidays Sport

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Folk music
Folk music
of Haryana, based on satisfying their cultural needs of primarily agrarian martial races,[1] such as jat zamindars (owner-cultivator farmer-warriors), has two main forms Classical Folk Music of Haryana
Haryana
and Desi Folk Music of Haryana
Haryana
(Country Music of Haryana),[2] and they take the form of ballads and pangs of parting of lovers, valor and bravery, harvest and happiness.[1]

Contents

1 History 2 Folk music

2.1 Types of Folk music

2.1.1 Classical Folk Music of Haryana 2.1.2 Country Music of Haryana

2.2 Traditional Occasions for Music Making 2.3 Traditional Musicians 2.4 Music Instruments

3 Gallery 4 References

4.1 See also 4.2 External links 4.3 Citations

History[edit] Haryana
Haryana
is rich in musical tradition and even places have even been named after ragas, for example Charkhi Dadri district has many villages named as Nandyam, Sarangpur, Bilawala, Brindabana, Todi, Asaveri, Jaisri, Malakoshna, Hindola, Bhairvi and Gopi Kalyana.[2][3] Folk music[edit] Types of Folk music[edit] Haryanvi folk music can be classified into two types:[3] Classical Folk Music of Haryana[edit] The classical form of Haryanvi music is closely associated with and based on Indian classical music.[2] The Indian state of Haryana
Haryana
has produced a number of kinds of folk music, and has also produced innovations in Indian classical music. Hindustani classical ragas are used to sing Alha-Khand
Alha-Khand
(1663-1202 CE) about bravery of Alha
Alha
and Udal, Jaimal Fatta of Maharana Udai Singh II
Udai Singh II
of Chittor
Chittor
(Maharana Udai Singh was the son of Rana Sanga
Rana Sanga
and the father of famous braveheart Maharana Pratap), Brahmas, Teej
Teej
festive songs, Phaag songs of Phalgun month of Holi
Holi
and Holi
Holi
songs.[2][3] Country Music of Haryana[edit] The country-side or desi (native) form of Haryanvi music is based on Raag Bhairvi, Raag Bhairav, Raag Kafi, Raag Jaijaivanti, Raag Jhinjhoti and Raag Pahadi and used for celebrating community bonhomie to sing seasonal songs, ballads, ceremonial songs (wedding, etc) and related religious legendary tales such as Puran Bhagat.[2][3] Ahirs also use melodic Raag Pilu on a scale using seven semi-tones.[3] Kissa folklores of bravery and love such as Nihalde Sultan, Sati Manorama, Jai Singh ki Mrityu, Saran de, etc. are some of the most popular folklores. Rasa lila
Rasa lila
and "Ragini" are folk theatrical performance Haryana. The Ragini form of theater was popularised by Lakhmi Chand.[1] Kunwar NIhalde or princess Nihalde, was daughter of Hindu king Magh who committed Sati in the pain of separation of her lover and Hindu prince Sultan also called Nar Sultan or Man Sultan, after this she came to be known as Sati Nihalde),[4][5] Singing is a great way of demolishing societal differences as folk singers are highly esteemed and they are sought after and invited for events, ceremonies and special occasions regardless of the caste or status.[1] Songs are based on day to day themes and injecting earthy humor enlivens the feel of the songs. Haryanvi dances have fast energetic movements, and popular dance forms are Khoriya, Chaupaiya, Loor, Been, Ghoomar, Dhamal, Phaag, Sawan and Gugga. Young girls and women usually sing entertaining and fast seasonal, love, relationship and friendship related songs such as Phagan (song for eponymous season/month), Katak (songs for the eponymous season/month), Samman (songs for the eponymous season/month), bande-bandi (male-female duet songs), sathne (songs of sharing heartfelt feelings among female friends).[1] Older women usually sing devotional Mangal Geet (auspicious songs) and ceremonial songs such as Bhajan, Bhat (wedding gift to the mother of bride or groom by her brother), Sagai, Ban ( Hindu wedding
Hindu wedding
ritual where pre-wedding festivities starts), Kuan-Poojan (a custom that is performed to welcome the birth of male child by worshiping the well or source of drinking water), Sanjhi
Sanjhi
and Holi
Holi
festival. These inter-caste songs are fluid in nature, and never personalized for specific caste, and they are sung collectively by women from different strata, castes, dialects so these songs do change fluidly in dialect, style, words, etc. This adoptive style can be seen from adoption of tunes of bollywood movie songs into Haryanvi songs. Despite this fluid nture, haryanvi songs have a distinct style of their worn.[1] Traditional Occasions for Music Making[edit] Haryana
Haryana
has rich tradition of dances for various occasions (wedding, festivals, etc.) and seasons (harvest, sowing of seeds, monsoon, etc.). These dances come under one or the other category. Broadly, the following dances are common in one area or the other and performed on specific occasions.[2][3] Traditional Musicians[edit] The folk music of Haryana
Haryana
has been spread by the Bhats, Saangis and Jogis.[3] Music Instruments[edit] Music is made using many traditional instruments Sarangi, Harmonium, Chimta, Dhadd, Dholak, Manjeera, Khartal, Damaru, Duggi, Daf, Bansuri, Been, Ghungroo, Dhak, Gharha
Gharha
(by adding rubber cover on top of the pitcher), Thali (beaten with a stick to make music) and Shankha.[2][3] Other instruments are:[2][3]

Bansuri: wind instrument with an ancient history Been - two bamboo pipes fixed in a gourd, associated with snake charmers Iktara
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-stringed relative is the dotara. Sarangi
Sarangi
- a bow instrument, used both in Haryana's folk and classical music Shankh
Shankh
- a sacred wind instrument, associated with Vishnu Shehnai
Shehnai
- wind instrument

Gallery[edit]

Sarod, Sitar
Sitar
and Iktara

Sarangi

Shehnai

Harmonium

Chimta

Dhadd

Pakhawaj

Dholak

Manjeera

A pair of Khartal
Khartal
blocks

Damaru

Duggi (drum)

A woman playing a Daf

Hariprasad Chaurasia
Hariprasad Chaurasia
playing the Bansuri

Been

A Snake Charmer playing Been

A pair of Ghungroos

Danseuse with 400 Ghungroos

Nagara are kettledrums which accompany shehnai

Dhak

Gharha
Gharha
is made by adding rubber cover on top of the pitcher

Thali is used to serve food and beaten with a stick to make music

Carved Vamavarta Shankhas, circa 11-12th century, Pala period

References[edit] See also[edit]

Indian musical instruments Haryanvi Folk Dances Haryanvi cinema Saang

External links[edit]

Bum Lahri Haryanvi Folk Music Haryanavi music making by Jangam Jogis Haryanvi Holi
Holi
Songs

Citations[edit]

^ a b c d e f Manorma Sharma, 2007, Musical Heritage of India, Page 65. ^ a b c d e f g h S. C. Bhatt and Gopal K. Bhargava, 2006, Land and People of Indian States and Union Territories: 21 Arts and Crafts of Haryana. ^ a b c d e f g h i S. Gajrani, 2004, History, Religion and Culture of India, Volume 1, Page 96. ^ There is also a Tajmahal in Noda, symbol of love of Hindu queen Nihalde and hindu King Nar Sultan, Patrika, 24 May 2017. ^ Kissa Nihalde Sultan: haryanvi ragni

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Main

Indian classical music Hindustani classical music Semi Classical music/Light classical music Carnatic music Indian folk music

Concepts

Shruti Swara Alankara Rāga Tāla Prahar

Hindustani classical music

Types of compositions

Dhrupad Dhamar Khyal Tarana Thumri Dadra Qawwali Ghazal

Thaats

Bilaval Khamaj Kafi Asavari Bhairav Bhairavi Todi Purvi Marwa Kalyan

Principles of Hindustani music

Alap Bandish Gat

Types of Bandish

Sthaayi Antara Sanchaari Aabhog

Variations of Bandish

Vilambit Madhyalaya Drut

Semi-classical music

Natya Sangeet Baithak Gana

Indian folk music

Rabindra Sangeet Bihu of Assam Dandiya Ganasangeet Uttarakhandi Music Lavani

Indian Light Music

Indian film music

Music of Bollywood

Indian play music

Natya Sangeet Light songs in the play Sugama Sangeetha

Region wise Indian Music

Bhojpuri Rajasthani Music Karnataka Sugam sangeet Goa trance music Odissi music Andaman and Nicobar Islands Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chhattisgarh Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Kashmir, Jammu and Ladakh Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Odisha Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttar Pradesh Uttarakhand West Bengal

Language wise Music

Marathi Music Hindi music Kannada music Telagu music Tamil music Aasami music

Maharashtra music

Powada Gan Gavlan Lavani Kirtan

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Rāgas as per Performance Time

Morning

Ahir
Ahir
Bhairav Asavari Bairagi Bhairav Basant Mukhari Bhairav Bhankar Bhatiyar Bhoopal Todi Bilaskhani Todi Bilawal Deshkar Desi Gunakri Gurjari Todi Hindol Jaunpuri Jogiya Kalingada Lalit Nat Bhairav Sohni Todi Vibhas

Afternoon

Bhimpalasi Gaud Saarang Madhuvanti Madhyamad Sarang Marwa Multani Patdeep Poorvi Shri Shuddh Sarang

Evening

Bhoopali Desh Hansdhwani Kamod Khamaj Maru Bihag Pahadi Puriya Puriya Dhanashree Sham Kalyan Shankara Shuddh Kalyan Tilang Yaman Yaman Kalyan

Night

Adana Bageshri Bahar Basant Bhinna Shadja Bihag Chandani Kedar Chandrakauns Chhayanat Darbari Durga Gorakh Kalyan Hameer Jaijaivanti Jhinjhoti Kalavati Kedar Kirwani Malgunji Malhar Malkauns Malkauns
Malkauns
Pancham Nand Rageshri Shivranjani Tilak Kamod

Anytime

Bhairavi Charukeshi Dhani Gara JanaSammohini Kafi Mand Piloo Vrindavani Sarang

Season

Gaud Malhar Miyan Malhar

v t e

  India
India
topics

History

Overviews

Timeline Years

Astronomy Economics Linguistics Maritime Mathematics Metallurgy Military Postal Science and technology

Pre-colonial

Stone Age Indus Valley Civilization Vedic period Mahajanapadas Mauryas Middle kingdoms Hoysala Chola Pala Kakatiya Delhi Sultanate Vijayanagara Mughals Marathas European trade

Colonial Princely

East India
India
Company Plassey 1857 rebellion British Raj Railways Economy Army Zamindari Bengali renaissance Political reforms Princely states Partition of Bengal Independence movement 1943 famine World War II Partition

Republic

Integration Non-Aligned Movement Five-Year Plans Sino-Indian War Indo-Pakistani wars Green Revolution White Revolution Naxal Insurgency Smiling Buddha Space programme The Emergency Indian Peace Keeping Force (IPKF) Economic liberalisation Pokhran-II

Geography

Environment

Biosphere reserves Climate

Climatic regions

Earthquakes Ecoregions Environmental issues Fauna Flora Geology National parks Protected areas Wildlife sanctuaries

Landforms

Beaches Desert Extreme points Glaciers Islands Lakes Mountains Plains

Indo-Gangetic Eastern coastal Western coastal

Rivers Valleys Volcanoes Waterfalls

Regions

East North Northeast South West

Subdivisions

Autonomous administrative divisions Cities Districts Municipalities States and territories

Politics

Government

Agencies Energy policy Foreign relations Parliament President Vice President Prime Minister Union Council of Ministers Civil Services Cabinet Secretary State governments

Law

Chief Justice Constitution District Courts Fundamental rights, principles and duties High Courts Human rights Supreme Court

Enforcement

Federal

Border Security Force
Border Security Force
(BSF) Central Industrial Security Force
Central Industrial Security Force
(CISF) Central Reserve Police Force
Central Reserve Police Force
(CRPF) Indo-Tibetan Border Police
Indo-Tibetan Border Police
(ITBP) National Security Guard
National Security Guard
(NSG) Railway Protection Force
Railway Protection Force
(RPF) Sashastra Seema Bal
Sashastra Seema Bal
(SSB) Special Protection Group
Special Protection Group
(SPG)

Intelligence

Bureau of Police Research and Development
Bureau of Police Research and Development
(BPR&D) Central Bureau of Investigation
Central Bureau of Investigation
(CBI) Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) Enforcement Directorate Intelligence Bureau (IB) Joint Intelligence Committee (JIC) Narcotics Control Bureau
Narcotics Control Bureau
(NCB) National Investigation Agency
National Investigation Agency
(NIA) Research and Analysis Wing
Research and Analysis Wing
(R&AW)

Military

Army Navy Air Force

Politics

Censorship Elections Nationalism Parliament

Lok Sabha Rajya Sabha

Political parties

INC BJP BSP CPI CPM NCP

Reservations Scandals Scheduled groups Secularism

Economy

Companies

BSE SENSEX CNX Nifty Government-owned companies List of companies

Governance

Ministry of Finance

Finance ministers

Ministry of Commerce and Industry

Commerce ministers

Finance Commission Planning Commission Economic Advisory Council Central Statistical Office Securities and Exchange Board of India Enforcement Directorate Foreign trade Remittances Taxation Subsidies Industrial licensing Voluntary guidelines NITI Aayog Make in India FDI in India

Currency

Indian rupee

History Historical exchange rates data of the Indian rupee Coinage

Reserve Bank of India

Governors

India
India
Government Mint

Financial services

Banking

Banks

Insurance Foreign exchange reserves Bombay Stock Exchange National Stock Exchange Multi Commodity Exchange Bullion Black money

History

Economic Development Economic liberalisation Licence Raj Green revolution Government initiatives Numbering system

People

Billionaires Businesspeople Demography Income

Poverty

Labour law Pensions

EPFO NPS PPF

States

Andhra Pradesh Assam Bihar Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu and Kashmir Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Mizoram Nagaland Odisha Punjab Rajasthan Tamil Nadu Telangana Uttarakhand Uttar Pradesh West Bengal

Sectors

Agriculture

Livestock Fishing

Automotive Defence Construction Education Energy

Nuclear Solar Wind

Entertainment Forestry Gambling Healthcare Information technology Media

Cinema Television Printing

Mining Pharmaceuticals Retail Science and technology

Biotechnology

Telecommunications Textiles Tourism Transport

Aviation

Civil

Ports Rail

Utilities

Electricity Water

Society Culture

Society

Caste system Corruption Demographics Education

Universities in India Medical colleges in India Law colleges in India Engineering colleges in India

Ethnic relations Healthcare

Hospitals in India

Languages Literacy Poverty Prisons Religion Socio-economic issues Standard of living Water supply and sanitation Crime

Culture

Arts and entertainment Architecture Blogging Cinema Comics

Webcomics

Cuisine

wine

Dance Dress Folklore Festivals Literature Media

television

Martial arts Music Public holidays Sport

v t e

Music of Asia

Sovereign states

Afghanistan Armenia Azerbaijan Bahrain Bangladesh Bhutan Brunei Cambodia China Cyprus East Timor (Timor-Leste) Egypt Georgia India Indonesia Iran Iraq Israel Japan Jordan Kazakhstan North Korea South Korea Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Laos Lebanon Malaysia Maldives Mongolia Myanmar Nepal Oman Pakistan Philippines Qatar Russia Saudi Arabia Singapore Sri Lanka Syria Tajikistan Thailand Turkey Turkmenistan United Arab Emirates Uzbekistan Vietnam Yemen

States with limited recognition

Abkhazia Artsakh Northern Cyprus Palestine South Ossetia Taiwan

Dependencies and other territories

British Indian Ocean Territory Christmas Island Cocos (Keeling) Islan

.
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Folk music
Folk music
of Haryana, based on satisfying their cultural needs of primarily agrarian martial races,[1] such as jat zamindars (owner-cultivator farmer-warriors), has two main forms Classical Folk Music of Haryana
Haryana
and Desi Folk Music of Haryana
Haryana
(Country Music of Haryana),[2] and they take the form of ballads and pangs of parting of lovers, valor and bravery, harvest and happiness.[1]

Contents

1 History 2 Folk music

2.1 Types of Folk music

2.1.1 Classical Folk Music of Haryana 2.1.2 Country Music of Haryana

2.2 Traditional Occasions for Music Making 2.3 Traditional Musicians 2.4 Music Instruments

3 Gallery 4 References

4.1 See also 4.2 External links 4.3 Citations

History[edit] Haryana
Haryana
is rich in musical tradition and even places have even been named after ragas, for example Charkhi Dadri district has many villages named as Nandyam, Sarangpur, Bilawala, Brindabana, Todi, Asaveri, Jaisri, Malakoshna, Hindola, Bhairvi and Gopi Kalyana.[2][3] Folk music[edit] Types of Folk music[edit] Haryanvi folk music can be classified into two types:[3] Classical Folk Music of Haryana[edit] The classical form of Haryanvi music is closely associated with and based on Indian classical music.[2] The Indian state of Haryana
Haryana
has produced a number of kinds of folk music, and has also produced innovations in Indian classical music. Hindustani classical ragas are used to sing Alha-Khand
Alha-Khand
(1663-1202 CE) about bravery of Alha
Alha
and Udal, Jaimal Fatta of Maharana Udai Singh II
Udai Singh II
of Chittor
Chittor
(Maharana Udai Singh was the son of Rana Sanga
Rana Sanga
and the father of famous braveheart Maharana Pratap), Brahmas, Teej
Teej
festive songs, Phaag songs of Phalgun month of Holi
Holi
and Holi
Holi
songs.[2][3] Country Music of Haryana[edit] The country-side or desi (native) form of Haryanvi music is based on Raag Bhairvi, Raag Bhairav, Raag Kafi, Raag Jaijaivanti, Raag Jhinjhoti and Raag Pahadi and used for celebrating community bonhomie to sing seasonal songs, ballads, ceremonial songs (wedding, etc) and related religious legendary tales such as Puran Bhagat.[2][3] Ahirs also use melodic Raag Pilu on a scale using seven semi-tones.[3] Kissa folklores of bravery and love such as Nihalde Sultan, Sati Manorama, Jai Singh ki Mrityu, Saran de, etc. are some of the most popular folklores. Rasa lila
Rasa lila
and "Ragini" are folk theatrical performance Haryana. The Ragini form of theater was popularised by Lakhmi Chand.[1] Kunwar NIhalde or princess Nihalde, was daughter of Hindu king Magh who committed Sati in the pain of separation of her lover and Hindu prince Sultan also called Nar Sultan or Man Sultan, after this she came to be known as Sati Nihalde),[4][5] Singing is a great way of demolishing societal differences as folk singers are highly esteemed and they are sought after and invited for events, ceremonies and special occasions regardless of the caste or status.[1] Songs are based on day to day themes and injecting earthy humor enlivens the feel of the songs. Haryanvi dances have fast energetic movements, and popular dance forms are Khoriya, Chaupaiya, Loor, Been, Ghoomar, Dhamal, Phaag, Sawan and Gugga. Young girls and women usually sing entertaining and fast seasonal, love, relationship and friendship related songs such as Phagan (song for eponymous season/month), Katak (songs for the eponymous season/month), Samman (songs for the eponymous season/month), bande-bandi (male-female duet songs), sathne (songs of sharing heartfelt feelings among female friends).[1] Older women usually sing devotional Mangal Geet (auspicious songs) and ceremonial songs such as Bhajan, Bhat (wedding gift to the mother of bride or groom by her brother), Sagai, Ban ( Hindu wedding
Hindu wedding
ritual where pre-wedding festivities starts), Kuan-Poojan (a custom that is performed to welcome the birth of male child by worshiping the well or source of drinking water), Sanjhi
Sanjhi
and Holi
Holi
festival. These inter-caste songs are fluid in nature, and never personalized for specific caste, and they are sung collectively by women from different strata, castes, dialects so these songs do change fluidly in dialect, style, words, etc. This adoptive style can be seen from adoption of tunes of bollywood movie songs into Haryanvi songs. Despite this fluid nture, haryanvi songs have a distinct style of their worn.[1] Traditional Occasions for Music Making[edit] Haryana
Haryana
has rich tradition of dances for various occasions (wedding, festivals, etc.) and seasons (harvest, sowing of seeds, monsoon, etc.). These dances come under one or the other category. Broadly, the following dances are common in one area or the other and performed on specific occasions.[2][3] Traditional Musicians[edit] The folk music of Haryana
Haryana
has been spread by the Bhats, Saangis and Jogis.[3] Music Instruments[edit] Music is made using many traditional instruments Sarangi, Harmonium, Chimta, Dhadd, Dholak, Manjeera, Khartal, Damaru, Duggi, Daf, Bansuri, Been, Ghungroo, Dhak, Gharha
Gharha
(by adding rubber cover on top of the pitcher), Thali (beaten with a stick to make music) and Shankha.[2][3] Other instruments are:[2][3]

Bansuri: wind instrument with an ancient history Been - two bamboo pipes fixed in a gourd, associated with snake charmers Iktara
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-stringed relative is the dotara. Sarangi
Sarangi
- a bow instrument, used both in Haryana's folk and classical music Shankh
Shankh
- a sacred wind instrument, associated with Vishnu Shehnai
Shehnai
- wind instrument

Gallery[edit]

Sarod, Sitar
Sitar
and Iktara

Sarangi

Shehnai

Harmonium

Chimta

Dhadd

Pakhawaj

Dholak

Manjeera

A pair of Khartal
Khartal
blocks

Damaru

Duggi (drum)

A woman playing a Daf

Hariprasad Chaurasia
Hariprasad Chaurasia
playing the Bansuri

Been

A Snake Charmer playing Been

A pair of Ghungroos

Danseuse with 400 Ghungroos

Nagara are kettledrums which accompany shehnai

Dhak

Gharha
Gharha
is made by adding rubber cover on top of the pitcher

Thali is used to serve food and beaten with a stick to make music

Carved Vamavarta Shankhas, circa 11-12th century, Pala period

References[edit] See also[edit]

Indian musical instruments Haryanvi Folk Dances Haryanvi cinema Saang

External links[edit]

Bum Lahri Haryanvi Folk Music Haryanavi music making by Jangam Jogis Haryanvi Holi
Holi
Songs

Citations[edit]

^ a b c d e f Manorma Sharma, 2007, Musical Heritage of India, Page 65. ^ a b c d e f g h S. C. Bhatt and Gopal K. Bhargava, 2006, Land and People of Indian States and Union Territories: 21 Arts and Crafts of Haryana. ^ a b c d e f g h i S. Gajrani, 2004, History, Religion and Culture of India, Volume 1, Page 96. ^ There is also a Tajmahal in Noda, symbol of love of Hindu queen Nihalde and hindu King Nar Sultan, Patrika, 24 May 2017. ^ Kissa Nihalde Sultan: haryanvi ragni

v t e

Indian music

Main

Indian classical music Hindustani classical music Semi Classical music/Light classical music Carnatic music Indian folk music

Concepts

Shruti Swara Alankara Rāga Tāla Prahar

Hindustani classical music

Types of compositions

Dhrupad Dhamar Khyal Tarana Thumri Dadra Qawwali Ghazal

Thaats

Bilaval Khamaj Kafi Asavari Bhairav Bhairavi Todi Purvi Marwa Kalyan

Principles of Hindustani music

Alap Bandish Gat

Types of Bandish

Sthaayi Antara Sanchaari Aabhog

Variations of Bandish

Vilambit Madhyalaya Drut

Semi-classical music

Natya Sangeet Baithak Gana

Indian folk music

Rabindra Sangeet Bihu of Assam Dandiya Ganasangeet Uttarakhandi Music Lavani

Indian Light Music

Indian film music

Music of Bollywood

Indian play music

Natya Sangeet Light songs in the play Sugama Sangeetha

Region wise Indian Music

Bhojpuri Rajasthani Music Karnataka Sugam sangeet Goa trance music Odissi music Andaman and Nicobar Islands Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chhattisgarh Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Kashmir, Jammu and Ladakh Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Odisha Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttar Pradesh Uttarakhand West Bengal

Language wise Music

Marathi Music Hindi music Kannada music Telagu music Tamil music Aasami music

Maharashtra music

Powada Gan Gavlan Lavani Kirtan

v t e

Rāgas as per Performance Time

Morning

Ahir
Ahir
Bhairav Asavari Bairagi Bhairav Basant Mukhari Bhairav Bhankar Bhatiyar Bhoopal Todi Bilaskhani Todi Bilawal Deshkar Desi Gunakri Gurjari Todi Hindol Jaunpuri Jogiya Kalingada Lalit Nat Bhairav Sohni Todi Vibhas

Afternoon

Bhimpalasi Gaud Saarang Madhuvanti Madhyamad Sarang Marwa Multani Patdeep Poorvi Shri Shuddh Sarang

Evening

Bhoopali Desh Hansdhwani Kamod Khamaj Maru Bihag Pahadi Puriya Puriya Dhanashree Sham Kalyan Shankara Shuddh Kalyan Tilang Yaman Yaman Kalyan

Night

Adana Bageshri Bahar Basant Bhinna Shadja Bihag Chandani Kedar Chandrakauns Chhayanat Darbari Durga Gorakh Kalyan Hameer Jaijaivanti Jhinjhoti Kalavati Kedar Kirwani Malgunji Malhar Malkauns Malkauns
Malkauns
Pancham Nand Rageshri Shivranjani Tilak Kamod

Anytime

Bhairavi Charukeshi Dhani Gara JanaSammohini Kafi Mand Piloo Vrindavani Sarang

Season

Gaud Malhar Miyan Malhar

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India
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(CRPF) Indo-Tibetan Border Police
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(ITBP) National Security Guard
National Security Guard
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(SPG)

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Folk music
Folk music
of Haryana, based on satisfying their cultural needs of primarily agrarian martial races,[1] such as jat zamindars (owner-cultivator farmer-warriors), has two main forms Classical Folk Music of Haryana
Haryana
and Desi Folk Music of Haryana
Haryana
(Country Music of Haryana),[2] and they take the form of ballads and pangs of parting of lovers, valor and bravery, harvest and happiness.[1]

Contents

1 History 2 Folk music

2.1 Types of Folk music

2.1.1 Classical Folk Music of Haryana 2.1.2 Country Music of Haryana

2.2 Traditional Occasions for Music Making 2.3 Traditional Musicians 2.4 Music Instruments

3 Gallery 4 References

4.1 See also 4.2 External links 4.3 Citations

History[edit] Haryana
Haryana
is rich in musical tradition and even places have even been named after ragas, for example Charkhi Dadri district has many villages named as Nandyam, Sarangpur, Bilawala, Brindabana, Todi, Asaveri, Jaisri, Malakoshna, Hindola, Bhairvi and Gopi Kalyana.[2][3] Folk music[edit] Types of Folk music[edit] Haryanvi folk music can be classified into two types:[3] Classical Folk Music of Haryana[edit] The classical form of Haryanvi music is closely associated with and based on Indian classical music.[2] The Indian state of Haryana
Haryana
has produced a number of kinds of folk music, and has also produced innovations in Indian classical music. Hindustani classical ragas are used to sing Alha-Khand
Alha-Khand
(1663-1202 CE) about bravery of Alha
Alha
and Udal, Jaimal Fatta of Maharana Udai Singh II
Udai Singh II
of Chittor
Chittor
(Maharana Udai Singh was the son of Rana Sanga
Rana Sanga
and the father of famous braveheart Maharana Pratap), Brahmas, Teej
Teej
festive songs, Phaag songs of Phalgun month of Holi
Holi
and Holi
Holi
songs.[2][3] Country Music of Haryana[edit] The country-side or desi (native) form of Haryanvi music is based on Raag Bhairvi, Raag Bhairav, Raag Kafi, Raag Jaijaivanti, Raag Jhinjhoti and Raag Pahadi and used for celebrating community bonhomie to sing seasonal songs, ballads, ceremonial songs (wedding, etc) and related religious legendary tales such as Puran Bhagat.[2][3] Ahirs also use melodic Raag Pilu on a scale using seven semi-tones.[3] Kissa folklores of bravery and love such as Nihalde Sultan, Sati Manorama, Jai Singh ki Mrityu, Saran de, etc. are some of the most popular folklores. Rasa lila
Rasa lila
and "Ragini" are folk theatrical performance Haryana. The Ragini form of theater was popularised by Lakhmi Chand.[1] Kunwar NIhalde or princess Nihalde, was daughter of Hindu king Magh who committed Sati in the pain of separation of her lover and Hindu prince Sultan also called Nar Sultan or Man Sultan, after this she came to be known as Sati Nihalde),[4][5] Singing is a great way of demolishing societal differences as folk singers are highly esteemed and they are sought after and invited for events, ceremonies and special occasions regardless of the caste or status.[1] Songs are based on day to day themes and injecting earthy humor enlivens the feel of the songs. Haryanvi dances have fast energetic movements, and popular dance forms are Khoriya, Chaupaiya, Loor, Been, Ghoomar, Dhamal, Phaag, Sawan and Gugga. Young girls and women usually sing entertaining and fast seasonal, love, relationship and friendship related songs such as Phagan (song for eponymous season/month), Katak (songs for the eponymous season/month), Samman (songs for the eponymous season/month), bande-bandi (male-female duet songs), sathne (songs of sharing heartfelt feelings among female friends).[1] Older women usually sing devotional Mangal Geet (auspicious songs) and ceremonial songs such as Bhajan, Bhat (wedding gift to the mother of bride or groom by her brother), Sagai, Ban ( Hindu wedding
Hindu wedding
ritual where pre-wedding festivities starts), Kuan-Poojan (a custom that is performed to welcome the birth of male child by worshiping the well or source of drinking water), Sanjhi
Sanjhi
and Holi
Holi
festival. These inter-caste songs are fluid in nature, and never personalized for specific caste, and they are sung collectively by women from different strata, castes, dialects so these songs do change fluidly in dialect, style, words, etc. This adoptive style can be seen from adoption of tunes of bollywood movie songs into Haryanvi songs. Despite this fluid nture, haryanvi songs have a distinct style of their worn.[1] Traditional Occasions for Music Making[edit] Haryana
Haryana
has rich tradition of dances for various occasions (wedding, festivals, etc.) and seasons (harvest, sowing of seeds, monsoon, etc.). These dances come under one or the other category. Broadly, the following dances are common in one area or the other and performed on specific occasions.[2][3] Traditional Musicians[edit] The folk music of Haryana
Haryana
has been spread by the Bhats, Saangis and Jogis.[3] Music Instruments[edit] Music is made using many traditional instruments Sarangi, Harmonium, Chimta, Dhadd, Dholak, Manjeera, Khartal, Damaru, Duggi, Daf, Bansuri, Been, Ghungroo, Dhak, Gharha
Gharha
(by adding rubber cover on top of the pitcher), Thali (beaten with a stick to make music) and Shankha.[2][3] Other instruments are:[2][3]

Bansuri: wind instrument with an ancient history Been - two bamboo pipes fixed in a gourd, associated with snake charmers Iktara
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-stringed relative is the dotara. Sarangi
Sarangi
- a bow instrument, used both in Haryana's folk and classical music Shankh
Shankh
- a sacred wind instrument, associated with Vishnu Shehnai
Shehnai
- wind instrument

Gallery[edit]

Sarod, Sitar
Sitar
and Iktara

Sarangi

Shehnai

Harmonium

Chimta

Dhadd

Pakhawaj

Dholak

Manjeera

A pair of Khartal
Khartal
blocks

Damaru

Duggi (drum)

A woman playing a Daf

Hariprasad Chaurasia
Hariprasad Chaurasia
playing the Bansuri

Been

A Snake Charmer playing Been

A pair of Ghungroos

Danseuse with 400 Ghungroos

Nagara are kettledrums which accompany shehnai

Dhak

Gharha
Gharha
is made by adding rubber cover on top of the pitcher

Thali is used to serve food and beaten with a stick to make music

Carved Vamavarta Shankhas, circa 11-12th century, Pala period

References[edit] See also[edit]

Indian musical instruments Haryanvi Folk Dances Haryanvi cinema Saang

External links[edit]

Bum Lahri Haryanvi Folk Music Haryanavi music making by Jangam Jogis Haryanvi Holi
Holi
Songs

Citations[edit]

^ a b c d e f Manorma Sharma, 2007, Musical Heritage of India, Page 65. ^ a b c d e f g h S. C. Bhatt and Gopal K. Bhargava, 2006, Land and People of Indian States and Union Territories: 21 Arts and Crafts of Haryana. ^ a b c d e f g h i S. Gajrani, 2004, History, Religion and Culture of India, Volume 1, Page 96. ^ There is also a Tajmahal in Noda, symbol of love of Hindu queen Nihalde and hindu King Nar Sultan, Patrika, 24 May 2017. ^ Kissa Nihalde Sultan: haryanvi ragni

v t e

Indian music

Main

Indian classical music Hindustani classical music Semi Classical music/Light classical music Carnatic music Indian folk music

Concepts

Shruti Swara Alankara Rāga Tāla Prahar

Hindustani classical music

Types of compositions

Dhrupad Dhamar Khyal Tarana Thumri Dadra Qawwali Ghazal

Thaats

Bilaval Khamaj Kafi Asavari Bhairav Bhairavi Todi Purvi Marwa Kalyan

Principles of Hindustani music

Alap Bandish Gat

Types of Bandish

Sthaayi Antara Sanchaari Aabhog

Variations of Bandish

Vilambit Madhyalaya Drut

Semi-classical music

Natya Sangeet Baithak Gana

Indian folk music

Rabindra Sangeet Bihu of Assam Dandiya Ganasangeet Uttarakhandi Music Lavani

Indian Light Music

Indian film music

Music of Bollywood

Indian play music

Natya Sangeet Light songs in the play Sugama Sangeetha

Region wise Indian Music

Bhojpuri Rajasthani Music Karnataka Sugam sangeet Goa trance music Odissi music Andaman and Nicobar Islands Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chhattisgarh Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Kashmir, Jammu and Ladakh Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Odisha Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttar Pradesh Uttarakhand West Bengal

Language wise Music

Marathi Music Hindi music Kannada music Telagu music Tamil music Aasami music

Maharashtra music

Powada Gan Gavlan Lavani Kirtan

v t e

Rāgas as per Performance Time

Morning

Ahir
Ahir
Bhairav Asavari Bairagi Bhairav Basant Mukhari Bhairav Bhankar Bhatiyar Bhoopal Todi Bilaskhani Todi Bilawal Deshkar Desi Gunakri Gurjari Todi Hindol Jaunpuri Jogiya Kalingada Lalit Nat Bhairav Sohni Todi Vibhas

Afternoon

Bhimpalasi Gaud Saarang Madhuvanti Madhyamad Sarang Marwa Multani Patdeep Poorvi Shri Shuddh Sarang

Evening

Bhoopali Desh Hansdhwani Kamod Khamaj Maru Bihag Pahadi Puriya Puriya Dhanashree Sham Kalyan Shankara Shuddh Kalyan Tilang Yaman Yaman Kalyan

Night

Adana Bageshri Bahar Basant Bhinna Shadja Bihag Chandani Kedar Chandrakauns Chhayanat Darbari Durga Gorakh Kalyan Hameer Jaijaivanti Jhinjhoti Kalavati Kedar Kirwani Malgunji Malhar Malkauns Malkauns
Malkauns
Pancham Nand Rageshri Shivranjani Tilak Kamod

Anytime

Bhairavi Charukeshi Dhani Gara JanaSammohini Kafi Mand Piloo Vrindavani Sarang

Season

Gaud Malhar Miyan Malhar

v t e

  India
India
topics

History

Overviews

Timeline Years

Astronomy Economics Linguistics Maritime Mathematics Metallurgy Military Postal Science and technology

Pre-colonial

Stone Age Indus Valley Civilization Vedic period Mahajanapadas Mauryas Middle kingdoms Hoysala Chola Pala Kakatiya Delhi Sultanate Vijayanagara Mughals Marathas European trade

Colonial Princely

East India
India
Company Plassey 1857 rebellion British Raj Railways Economy Army Zamindari Bengali renaissance Political reforms Princely states Partition of Bengal Independence movement 1943 famine World War II Partition

Republic

Integration Non-Aligned Movement Five-Year Plans Sino-Indian War Indo-Pakistani wars Green Revolution White Revolution Naxal Insurgency Smiling Buddha Space programme The Emergency Indian Peace Keeping Force (IPKF) Economic liberalisation Pokhran-II

Geography

Environment

Biosphere reserves Climate

Climatic regions

Earthquakes Ecoregions Environmental issues Fauna Flora Geology National parks Protected areas Wildlife sanctuaries

Landforms

Beaches Desert Extreme points Glaciers Islands Lakes Mountains Plains

Indo-Gangetic Eastern coastal Western coastal

Rivers Valleys Volcanoes Waterfalls

Regions

East North Northeast South West

Subdivisions

Autonomous administrative divisions Cities Districts Municipalities States and territories

Politics

Government

Agencies Energy policy Foreign relations Parliament President Vice President Prime Minister Union Council of Ministers Civil Services Cabinet Secretary State governments

Law

Chief Justice Constitution District Courts Fundamental rights, principles and duties High Courts Human rights Supreme Court

Enforcement

Federal

Border Security Force
Border Security Force
(BSF) Central Industrial Security Force
Central Industrial Security Force
(CISF) Central Reserve Police Force
Central Reserve Police Force
(CRPF) Indo-Tibetan Border Police
Indo-Tibetan Border Police
(ITBP) National Security Guard
National Security Guard
(NSG) Railway Protection Force
Railway Protection Force
(RPF) Sashastra Seema Bal
Sashastra Seema Bal
(SSB) Special Protection Group
Special Protection Group
(SPG)

Intelligence

Bureau of Police Research and Development
Bureau of Police Research and Development
(BPR&D) Central Bureau of Investigation
Central Bureau of Investigation
(CBI) Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) Enforcement Directorate Intelligence Bureau (IB) Joint Intelligence Committee (JIC) Narcotics Control Bureau
Narcotics Control Bureau
(NCB) National Investigation Agency
National Investigation Agency
(NIA) Research and Analysis Wing
Research and Analysis Wing
(R&AW)

Military

Army Navy Air Force

Politics

Censorship Elections Nationalism Parliament

Lok Sabha Rajya Sabha

Political parties

INC BJP BSP CPI CPM NCP

Reservations Scandals Scheduled groups Secularism

Economy

Companies

BSE SENSEX CNX Nifty Government-owned companies List of companies

Governance

Ministry of Finance

Finance ministers

Ministry of Commerce and Industry

Commerce ministers

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Reserve Bank of India

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Government Mint

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Insurance Foreign exchange reserves Bombay Stock Exchange National Stock Exchange Multi Commodity Exchange Bullion Black money

History

Economic Development Economic liberalisation Licence Raj Green revolution Government initiatives Numbering system

People

Billionaires Businesspeople Demography Income

Poverty

Labour law Pensions

EPFO NPS PPF

States

Andhra Pradesh Assam Bihar Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu and Kashmir Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Mizoram Nagaland Odisha Punjab Rajasthan Tamil Nadu Telangana Uttarakhand Uttar Pradesh West Bengal

Sectors

Agriculture

Livestock Fishing

Automotive Defence Construction Education Energy

Nuclear Solar Wind

Entertainment Forestry Gambling Healthcare Information technology Media

Cinema Television Printing

Mining Pharmaceuticals Retail Science and technology

Biotechnology

Telecommunications Textiles Tourism Transport

Aviation

Civil

Ports Rail

Utilities

Electricity Water

Society Culture

Society

Caste system Corruption Demographics Education

Universities in India Medical colleges in India Law colleges in India Engineering colleges in India

Ethnic relations Healthcare

Hospitals in India

Languages Literacy Poverty Prisons Religion Socio-economic issues Standard of living Water supply and sanitation Crime

Culture

Arts and entertainment Architecture Blogging Cinema Comics

Webcomics

Cuisine

wine

Dance Dress Folklore Festivals Literature Media

television

Martial arts Music Public holidays Sport

v t e

Music of Asia

Sovereign states

Afghanistan Armenia Azerbaijan Bahrain Bangladesh Bhutan Brunei Cambodia China Cyprus East Timor (Timor-Leste) Egypt Georgia India Indonesia Iran Iraq Israel Japan Jordan Kazakhstan North Korea South Korea Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Laos Lebanon Malaysia Maldives Mongolia Myanmar Nepal Oman Pakistan Philippines Qatar Russia Saudi Arabia Singapore Sri Lanka Syria Tajikistan Thailand Turkey Turkmenistan United Arab Emirates Uzbekistan Vietnam Yemen

States with limited recognition

Abkhazia Artsakh Northern Cyprus Palestine South Ossetia Taiwan

Dependencies and other territories

British Indian Ocean Territory Christmas Island Cocos (Keeling) Islan

.
Haryanvi Raagni


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Folk music
Folk music
of Haryana, based on satisfying their cultural needs of primarily agrarian martial races,[1] such as jat zamindars (owner-cultivator farmer-warriors), has two main forms Classical Folk Music of Haryana
Haryana
and Desi Folk Music of Haryana
Haryana
(Country Music of Haryana),[2] and they take the form of ballads and pangs of parting of lovers, valor and bravery, harvest and happiness.[1]

Contents

1 History 2 Folk music

2.1 Types of Folk music

2.1.1 Classical Folk Music of Haryana 2.1.2 Country Music of Haryana

2.2 Traditional Occasions for Music Making 2.3 Traditional Musicians 2.4 Music Instruments

3 Gallery 4 References

4.1 See also 4.2 External links 4.3 Citations

History[edit] Haryana
Haryana
is rich in musical tradition and even places have even been named after ragas, for example Charkhi Dadri district has many villages named as Nandyam, Sarangpur, Bilawala, Brindabana, Todi, Asaveri, Jaisri, Malakoshna, Hindola, Bhairvi and Gopi Kalyana.[2][3] Folk music[edit] Types of Folk music[edit] Haryanvi folk music can be classified into two types:[3] Classical Folk Music of Haryana[edit] The classical form of Haryanvi music is closely associated with and based on Indian classical music.[2] The Indian state of Haryana
Haryana
has produced a number of kinds of folk music, and has also produced innovations in Indian classical music. Hindustani classical ragas are used to sing Alha-Khand
Alha-Khand
(1663-1202 CE) about bravery of Alha
Alha
and Udal, Jaimal Fatta of Maharana Udai Singh II
Udai Singh II
of Chittor
Chittor
(Maharana Udai Singh was the son of Rana Sanga
Rana Sanga
and the father of famous braveheart Maharana Pratap), Brahmas, Teej
Teej
festive songs, Phaag songs of Phalgun month of Holi
Holi
and Holi
Holi
songs.[2][3] Country Music of Haryana[edit] The country-side or desi (native) form of Haryanvi music is based on Raag Bhairvi, Raag Bhairav, Raag Kafi, Raag Jaijaivanti, Raag Jhinjhoti and Raag Pahadi and used for celebrating community bonhomie to sing seasonal songs, ballads, ceremonial songs (wedding, etc) and related religious legendary tales such as Puran Bhagat.[2][3] Ahirs also use melodic Raag Pilu on a scale using seven semi-tones.[3] Kissa folklores of bravery and love such as Nihalde Sultan, Sati Manorama, Jai Singh ki Mrityu, Saran de, etc. are some of the most popular folklores. Rasa lila
Rasa lila
and "Ragini" are folk theatrical performance Haryana. The Ragini form of theater was popularised by Lakhmi Chand.[1] Kunwar NIhalde or princess Nihalde, was daughter of Hindu king Magh who committed Sati in the pain of separation of her lover and Hindu prince Sultan also called Nar Sultan or Man Sultan, after this she came to be known as Sati Nihalde),[4][5] Singing is a great way of demolishing societal differences as folk singers are highly esteemed and they are sought after and invited for events, ceremonies and special occasions regardless of the caste or status.[1] Songs are based on day to day themes and injecting earthy humor enlivens the feel of the songs. Haryanvi dances have fast energetic movements, and popular dance forms are Khoriya, Chaupaiya, Loor, Been, Ghoomar, Dhamal, Phaag, Sawan and Gugga. Young girls and women usually sing entertaining and fast seasonal, love, relationship and friendship related songs such as Phagan (song for eponymous season/month), Katak (songs for the eponymous season/month), Samman (songs for the eponymous season/month), bande-bandi (male-female duet songs), sathne (songs of sharing heartfelt feelings among female friends).[1] Older women usually sing devotional Mangal Geet (auspicious songs) and ceremonial songs such as Bhajan, Bhat (wedding gift to the mother of bride or groom by her brother), Sagai, Ban ( Hindu wedding
Hindu wedding
ritual where pre-wedding festivities starts), Kuan-Poojan (a custom that is performed to welcome the birth of male child by worshiping the well or source of drinking water), Sanjhi
Sanjhi
and Holi
Holi
festival. These inter-caste songs are fluid in nature, and never personalized for specific caste, and they are sung collectively by women from different strata, castes, dialects so these songs do change fluidly in dialect, style, words, etc. This adoptive style can be seen from adoption of tunes of bollywood movie songs into Haryanvi songs. Despite this fluid nture, haryanvi songs have a distinct style of their worn.[1] Traditional Occasions for Music Making[edit] Haryana
Haryana
has rich tradition of dances for various occasions (wedding, festivals, etc.) and seasons (harvest, sowing of seeds, monsoon, etc.). These dances come under one or the other category. Broadly, the following dances are common in one area or the other and performed on specific occasions.[2][3] Traditional Musicians[edit] The folk music of Haryana
Haryana
has been spread by the Bhats, Saangis and Jogis.[3] Music Instruments[edit] Music is made using many traditional instruments Sarangi, Harmonium, Chimta, Dhadd, Dholak, Manjeera, Khartal, Damaru, Duggi, Daf, Bansuri, Been, Ghungroo, Dhak, Gharha
Gharha
(by adding rubber cover on top of the pitcher), Thali (beaten with a stick to make music) and Shankha.[2][3] Other instruments are:[2][3]

Bansuri: wind instrument with an ancient history Been - two bamboo pipes fixed in a gourd, associated with snake charmers Iktara
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-stringed relative is the dotara. Sarangi
Sarangi
- a bow instrument, used both in Haryana's folk and classical music Shankh
Shankh
- a sacred wind instrument, associated with Vishnu Shehnai
Shehnai
- wind instrument

Gallery[edit]

Sarod, Sitar
Sitar
and Iktara

Sarangi

Shehnai

Harmonium

Chimta

Dhadd

Pakhawaj

Dholak

Manjeera

A pair of Khartal
Khartal
blocks

Damaru

Duggi (drum)

A woman playing a Daf

Hariprasad Chaurasia
Hariprasad Chaurasia
playing the Bansuri

Been

A Snake Charmer playing Been

A pair of Ghungroos

Danseuse with 400 Ghungroos

Nagara are kettledrums which accompany shehnai

Dhak

Gharha
Gharha
is made by adding rubber cover on top of the pitcher

Thali is used to serve food and beaten with a stick to make music

Carved Vamavarta Shankhas, circa 11-12th century, Pala period

References[edit] See also[edit]

Indian musical instruments Haryanvi Folk Dances Haryanvi cinema Saang

External links[edit]

Bum Lahri Haryanvi Folk Music Haryanavi music making by Jangam Jogis Haryanvi Holi
Holi
Songs

Citations[edit]

^ a b c d e f Manorma Sharma, 2007, Musical Heritage of India, Page 65. ^ a b c d e f g h S. C. Bhatt and Gopal K. Bhargava, 2006, Land and People of Indian States and Union Territories: 21 Arts and Crafts of Haryana. ^ a b c d e f g h i S. Gajrani, 2004, History, Religion and Culture of India, Volume 1, Page 96. ^ There is also a Tajmahal in Noda, symbol of love of Hindu queen Nihalde and hindu King Nar Sultan, Patrika, 24 May 2017. ^ Kissa Nihalde Sultan: haryanvi ragni

v t e

Indian music

Main

Indian classical music Hindustani classical music Semi Classical music/Light classical music Carnatic music Indian folk music

Concepts

Shruti Swara Alankara Rāga Tāla Prahar

Hindustani classical music

Types of compositions

Dhrupad Dhamar Khyal Tarana Thumri Dadra Qawwali Ghazal

Thaats

Bilaval Khamaj Kafi Asavari Bhairav Bhairavi Todi Purvi Marwa Kalyan

Principles of Hindustani music

Alap Bandish Gat

Types of Bandish

Sthaayi Antara Sanchaari Aabhog

Variations of Bandish

Vilambit Madhyalaya Drut

Semi-classical music

Natya Sangeet Baithak Gana

Indian folk music

Rabindra Sangeet Bihu of Assam Dandiya Ganasangeet Uttarakhandi Music Lavani

Indian Light Music

Indian film music

Music of Bollywood

Indian play music

Natya Sangeet Light songs in the play Sugama Sangeetha

Region wise Indian Music

Bhojpuri Rajasthani Music Karnataka Sugam sangeet Goa trance music Odissi music Andaman and Nicobar Islands Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chhattisgarh Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Kashmir, Jammu and Ladakh Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Odisha Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttar Pradesh Uttarakhand West Bengal

Language wise Music

Marathi Music Hindi music Kannada music Telagu music Tamil music Aasami music

Maharashtra music

Powada Gan Gavlan Lavani Kirtan

v t e

Rāgas as per Performance Time

Morning

Ahir
Ahir
Bhairav Asavari Bairagi Bhairav Basant Mukhari Bhairav Bhankar Bhatiyar Bhoopal Todi Bilaskhani Todi Bilawal Deshkar Desi Gunakri Gurjari Todi Hindol Jaunpuri Jogiya Kalingada Lalit Nat Bhairav Sohni Todi Vibhas

Afternoon

Bhimpalasi Gaud Saarang Madhuvanti Madhyamad Sarang Marwa Multani Patdeep Poorvi Shri Shuddh Sarang

Evening

Bhoopali Desh Hansdhwani Kamod Khamaj Maru Bihag Pahadi Puriya Puriya Dhanashree Sham Kalyan Shankara Shuddh Kalyan Tilang Yaman Yaman Kalyan

Night

Adana Bageshri Bahar Basant Bhinna Shadja Bihag Chandani Kedar Chandrakauns Chhayanat Darbari Durga Gorakh Kalyan Hameer Jaijaivanti Jhinjhoti Kalavati Kedar Kirwani Malgunji Malhar Malkauns Malkauns
Malkauns
Pancham Nand Rageshri Shivranjani Tilak Kamod

Anytime

Bhairavi Charukeshi Dhani Gara JanaSammohini Kafi Mand Piloo Vrindavani Sarang

Season

Gaud Malhar Miyan Malhar

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topics

History

Overviews

Timeline Years

Astronomy Economics Linguistics Maritime Mathematics Metallurgy Military Postal Science and technology

Pre-colonial

Stone Age Indus Valley Civilization Vedic period Mahajanapadas Mauryas Middle kingdoms Hoysala Chola Pala Kakatiya Delhi Sultanate Vijayanagara Mughals Marathas European trade

Colonial Princely

East India
India
Company Plassey 1857 rebellion British Raj Railways Economy Army Zamindari Bengali renaissance Political reforms Princely states Partition of Bengal Independence movement 1943 famine World War II Partition

Republic

Integration Non-Aligned Movement Five-Year Plans Sino-Indian War Indo-Pakistani wars Green Revolution White Revolution Naxal Insurgency Smiling Buddha Space programme The Emergency Indian Peace Keeping Force (IPKF) Economic liberalisation Pokhran-II

Geography

Environment

Biosphere reserves Climate

Climatic regions

Earthquakes Ecoregions Environmental issues Fauna Flora Geology National parks Protected areas Wildlife sanctuaries

Landforms

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Indo-Gangetic Eastern coastal Western coastal

Rivers Valleys Volcanoes Waterfalls

Regions

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Subdivisions

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Government

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Enforcement

Federal

Border Security Force
Border Security Force
(BSF) Central Industrial Security Force
Central Industrial Security Force
(CISF) Central Reserve Police Force
Central Reserve Police Force
(CRPF) Indo-Tibetan Border Police
Indo-Tibetan Border Police
(ITBP) National Security Guard
National Security Guard
(NSG) Railway Protection Force
Railway Protection Force
(RPF) Sashastra Seema Bal
Sashastra Seema Bal
(SSB) Special Protection Group
Special Protection Group
(SPG)

Intelligence

Bureau of Police Research and Development
Bureau of Police Research and Development
(BPR&D) Central Bureau of Investigation
Central Bureau of Investigation
(CBI) Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) Enforcement Directorate Intelligence Bureau (IB) Joint Intelligence Committee (JIC) Narcotics Control Bureau
Narcotics Control Bureau
(NCB) National Investigation Agency
National Investigation Agency
(NIA) Research and Analysis Wing
Research and Analysis Wing
(R&AW)

Military

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Companies

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Governance

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People

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Poverty

Labour law Pensions

EPFO NPS PPF

States

Andhra Pradesh Assam Bihar Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu and Kashmir Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Mizoram Nagaland Odisha Punjab Rajasthan Tamil Nadu Telangana Uttarakhand Uttar Pradesh West Bengal

Sectors

Agriculture

Livestock Fishing

Automotive Defence Construction Education Energy

Nuclear Solar Wind

Entertainment Forestry Gambling Healthcare Information technology Media

Cinema Television Printing

Mining Pharmaceuticals Retail Science and technology

Biotechnology

Telecommunications Textiles Tourism Transport

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Ports Rail

Utilities

Electricity Water

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Society

Caste system Corruption Demographics Education

Universities in India Medical colleges in India Law colleges in India Engineering colleges in India

Ethnic relations Healthcare

Hospitals in India

Languages Literacy Poverty Prisons Religion Socio-economic issues Standard of living Water supply and sanitation Crime

Culture

Arts and entertainment Architecture Blogging Cinema Comics

Webcomics

Cuisine

wine

Dance Dress Folklore Festivals Literature Media

television

Martial arts Music Public holidays Sport

v t e

Music of Asia

Sovereign states

Afghanistan Armenia Azerbaijan Bahrain Bangladesh Bhutan Brunei Cambodia China Cyprus East Timor (Timor-Leste) Egypt Georgia India Indonesia Iran Iraq Israel Japan Jordan Kazakhstan North Korea South Korea Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Laos Lebanon Malaysia Maldives Mongolia Myanmar Nepal Oman Pakistan Philippines Qatar Russia Saudi Arabia Singapore Sri Lanka Syria Tajikistan Thailand Turkey Turkmenistan United Arab Emirates Uzbekistan Vietnam Yemen

States with limited recognition

Abkhazia Artsakh Northern Cyprus Palestine South Ossetia Taiwan

Dependencies and other territories

British Indian Ocean Territory Christmas Island Cocos (Keeling) Islan

.
Haryanvi Raagni


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Folk music
Folk music
of Haryana, based on satisfying their cultural needs of primarily agrarian martial races,[1] such as jat zamindars (owner-cultivator farmer-warriors), has two main forms Classical Folk Music of Haryana
Haryana
and Desi Folk Music of Haryana
Haryana
(Country Music of Haryana),[2] and they take the form of ballads and pangs of parting of lovers, valor and bravery, harvest and happiness.[1]

Contents

1 History 2 Folk music

2.1 Types of Folk music

2.1.1 Classical Folk Music of Haryana 2.1.2 Country Music of Haryana

2.2 Traditional Occasions for Music Making 2.3 Traditional Musicians 2.4 Music Instruments

3 Gallery 4 References

4.1 See also 4.2 External links 4.3 Citations

History[edit] Haryana
Haryana
is rich in musical tradition and even places have even been named after ragas, for example Charkhi Dadri district has many villages named as Nandyam, Sarangpur, Bilawala, Brindabana, Todi, Asaveri, Jaisri, Malakoshna, Hindola, Bhairvi and Gopi Kalyana.[2][3] Folk music[edit] Types of Folk music[edit] Haryanvi folk music can be classified into two types:[3] Classical Folk Music of Haryana[edit] The classical form of Haryanvi music is closely associated with and based on Indian classical music.[2] The Indian state of Haryana
Haryana
has produced a number of kinds of folk music, and has also produced innovations in Indian classical music. Hindustani classical ragas are used to sing Alha-Khand
Alha-Khand
(1663-1202 CE) about bravery of Alha
Alha
and Udal, Jaimal Fatta of Maharana Udai Singh II
Udai Singh II
of Chittor
Chittor
(Maharana Udai Singh was the son of Rana Sanga
Rana Sanga
and the father of famous braveheart Maharana Pratap), Brahmas, Teej
Teej
festive songs, Phaag songs of Phalgun month of Holi
Holi
and Holi
Holi
songs.[2][3] Country Music of Haryana[edit] The country-side or desi (native) form of Haryanvi music is based on Raag Bhairvi, Raag Bhairav, Raag Kafi, Raag Jaijaivanti, Raag Jhinjhoti and Raag Pahadi and used for celebrating community bonhomie to sing seasonal songs, ballads, ceremonial songs (wedding, etc) and related religious legendary tales such as Puran Bhagat.[2][3] Ahirs also use melodic Raag Pilu on a scale using seven semi-tones.[3] Kissa folklores of bravery and love such as Nihalde Sultan, Sati Manorama, Jai Singh ki Mrityu, Saran de, etc. are some of the most popular folklores. Rasa lila
Rasa lila
and "Ragini" are folk theatrical performance Haryana. The Ragini form of theater was popularised by Lakhmi Chand.[1] Kunwar NIhalde or princess Nihalde, was daughter of Hindu king Magh who committed Sati in the pain of separation of her lover and Hindu prince Sultan also called Nar Sultan or Man Sultan, after this she came to be known as Sati Nihalde),[4][5] Singing is a great way of demolishing societal differences as folk singers are highly esteemed and they are sought after and invited for events, ceremonies and special occasions regardless of the caste or status.[1] Songs are based on day to day themes and injecting earthy humor enlivens the feel of the songs. Haryanvi dances have fast energetic movements, and popular dance forms are Khoriya, Chaupaiya, Loor, Been, Ghoomar, Dhamal, Phaag, Sawan and Gugga. Young girls and women usually sing entertaining and fast seasonal, love, relationship and friendship related songs such as Phagan (song for eponymous season/month), Katak (songs for the eponymous season/month), Samman (songs for the eponymous season/month), bande-bandi (male-female duet songs), sathne (songs of sharing heartfelt feelings among female friends).[1] Older women usually sing devotional Mangal Geet (auspicious songs) and ceremonial songs such as Bhajan, Bhat (wedding gift to the mother of bride or groom by her brother), Sagai, Ban ( Hindu wedding
Hindu wedding
ritual where pre-wedding festivities starts), Kuan-Poojan (a custom that is performed to welcome the birth of male child by worshiping the well or source of drinking water), Sanjhi
Sanjhi
and Holi
Holi
festival. These inter-caste songs are fluid in nature, and never personalized for specific caste, and they are sung collectively by women from different strata, castes, dialects so these songs do change fluidly in dialect, style, words, etc. This adoptive style can be seen from adoption of tunes of bollywood movie songs into Haryanvi songs. Despite this fluid nture, haryanvi songs have a distinct style of their worn.[1] Traditional Occasions for Music Making[edit] Haryana
Haryana
has rich tradition of dances for various occasions (wedding, festivals, etc.) and seasons (harvest, sowing of seeds, monsoon, etc.). These dances come under one or the other category. Broadly, the following dances are common in one area or the other and performed on specific occasions.[2][3] Traditional Musicians[edit] The folk music of Haryana
Haryana
has been spread by the Bhats, Saangis and Jogis.[3] Music Instruments[edit] Music is made using many traditional instruments Sarangi, Harmonium, Chimta, Dhadd, Dholak, Manjeera, Khartal, Damaru, Duggi, Daf, Bansuri, Been, Ghungroo, Dhak, Gharha
Gharha
(by adding rubber cover on top of the pitcher), Thali (beaten with a stick to make music) and Shankha.[2][3] Other instruments are:[2][3]

Bansuri: wind instrument with an ancient history Been - two bamboo pipes fixed in a gourd, associated with snake charmers Iktara
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-stringed relative is the dotara. Sarangi
Sarangi
- a bow instrument, used both in Haryana's folk and classical music Shankh
Shankh
- a sacred wind instrument, associated with Vishnu Shehnai
Shehnai
- wind instrument

Gallery[edit]

Sarod, Sitar
Sitar
and Iktara

Sarangi

Shehnai

Harmonium

Chimta

Dhadd

Pakhawaj

Dholak

Manjeera

A pair of Khartal
Khartal
blocks

Damaru

Duggi (drum)

A woman playing a Daf

Hariprasad Chaurasia
Hariprasad Chaurasia
playing the Bansuri

Been

A Snake Charmer playing Been

A pair of Ghungroos

Danseuse with 400 Ghungroos

Nagara are kettledrums which accompany shehnai

Dhak

Gharha
Gharha
is made by adding rubber cover on top of the pitcher

Thali is used to serve food and beaten with a stick to make music

Carved Vamavarta Shankhas, circa 11-12th century, Pala period

References[edit] See also[edit]

Indian musical instruments Haryanvi Folk Dances Haryanvi cinema Saang

External links[edit]

Bum Lahri Haryanvi Folk Music Haryanavi music making by Jangam Jogis Haryanvi Holi
Holi
Songs

Citations[edit]

^ a b c d e f Manorma Sharma, 2007, Musical Heritage of India, Page 65. ^ a b c d e f g h S. C. Bhatt and Gopal K. Bhargava, 2006, Land and People of Indian States and Union Territories: 21 Arts and Crafts of Haryana. ^ a b c d e f g h i S. Gajrani, 2004, History, Religion and Culture of India, Volume 1, Page 96. ^ There is also a Tajmahal in Noda, symbol of love of Hindu queen Nihalde and hindu King Nar Sultan, Patrika, 24 May 2017. ^ Kissa Nihalde Sultan: haryanvi ragni

v t e

Indian music

Main

Indian classical music Hindustani classical music Semi Classical music/Light classical music Carnatic music Indian folk music

Concepts

Shruti Swara Alankara Rāga Tāla Prahar

Hindustani classical music

Types of compositions

Dhrupad Dhamar Khyal Tarana Thumri Dadra Qawwali Ghazal

Thaats

Bilaval Khamaj Kafi Asavari Bhairav Bhairavi Todi Purvi Marwa Kalyan

Principles of Hindustani music

Alap Bandish Gat

Types of Bandish

Sthaayi Antara Sanchaari Aabhog

Variations of Bandish

Vilambit Madhyalaya Drut

Semi-classical music

Natya Sangeet Baithak Gana

Indian folk music

Rabindra Sangeet Bihu of Assam Dandiya Ganasangeet Uttarakhandi Music Lavani

Indian Light Music

Indian film music

Music of Bollywood

Indian play music

Natya Sangeet Light songs in the play Sugama Sangeetha

Region wise Indian Music

Bhojpuri Rajasthani Music Karnataka Sugam sangeet Goa trance music Odissi music Andaman and Nicobar Islands Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chhattisgarh Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Kashmir, Jammu and Ladakh Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Odisha Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttar Pradesh Uttarakhand West Bengal

Language wise Music

Marathi Music Hindi music Kannada music Telagu music Tamil music Aasami music

Maharashtra music

Powada Gan Gavlan Lavani Kirtan

v t e

Rāgas as per Performance Time

Morning

Ahir
Ahir
Bhairav Asavari Bairagi Bhairav Basant Mukhari Bhairav Bhankar Bhatiyar Bhoopal Todi Bilaskhani Todi Bilawal Deshkar Desi Gunakri Gurjari Todi Hindol Jaunpuri Jogiya Kalingada Lalit Nat Bhairav Sohni Todi Vibhas

Afternoon

Bhimpalasi Gaud Saarang Madhuvanti Madhyamad Sarang Marwa Multani Patdeep Poorvi Shri Shuddh Sarang

Evening

Bhoopali Desh Hansdhwani Kamod Khamaj Maru Bihag Pahadi Puriya Puriya Dhanashree Sham Kalyan Shankara Shuddh Kalyan Tilang Yaman Yaman Kalyan

Night

Adana Bageshri Bahar Basant Bhinna Shadja Bihag Chandani Kedar Chandrakauns Chhayanat Darbari Durga Gorakh Kalyan Hameer Jaijaivanti Jhinjhoti Kalavati Kedar Kirwani Malgunji Malhar Malkauns Malkauns
Malkauns
Pancham Nand Rageshri Shivranjani Tilak Kamod

Anytime

Bhairavi Charukeshi Dhani Gara JanaSammohini Kafi Mand Piloo Vrindavani Sarang

Season

Gaud Malhar Miyan Malhar

v t e

  India
India
topics

History

Overviews

Timeline Years

Astronomy Economics Linguistics Maritime Mathematics Metallurgy Military Postal Science and technology

Pre-colonial

Stone Age Indus Valley Civilization Vedic period Mahajanapadas Mauryas Middle kingdoms Hoysala Chola Pala Kakatiya Delhi Sultanate Vijayanagara Mughals Marathas European trade

Colonial Princely

East India
India
Company Plassey 1857 rebellion British Raj Railways Economy Army Zamindari Bengali renaissance Political reforms Princely states Partition of Bengal Independence movement 1943 famine World War II Partition

Republic

Integration Non-Aligned Movement Five-Year Plans Sino-Indian War Indo-Pakistani wars Green Revolution White Revolution Naxal Insurgency Smiling Buddha Space programme The Emergency Indian Peace Keeping Force (IPKF) Economic liberalisation Pokhran-II

Geography

Environment

Biosphere reserves Climate

Climatic regions

Earthquakes Ecoregions Environmental issues Fauna Flora Geology National parks Protected areas Wildlife sanctuaries

Landforms

Beaches Desert Extreme points Glaciers Islands Lakes Mountains Plains

Indo-Gangetic Eastern coastal Western coastal

Rivers Valleys Volcanoes Waterfalls

Regions

East North Northeast South West

Subdivisions

Autonomous administrative divisions Cities Districts Municipalities States and territories

Politics

Government

Agencies Energy policy Foreign relations Parliament President Vice President Prime Minister Union Council of Ministers Civil Services Cabinet Secretary State governments

Law

Chief Justice Constitution District Courts Fundamental rights, principles and duties High Courts Human rights Supreme Court

Enforcement

Federal

Border Security Force
Border Security Force
(BSF) Central Industrial Security Force
Central Industrial Security Force
(CISF) Central Reserve Police Force
Central Reserve Police Force
(CRPF) Indo-Tibetan Border Police
Indo-Tibetan Border Police
(ITBP) National Security Guard
National Security Guard
(NSG) Railway Protection Force
Railway Protection Force
(RPF) Sashastra Seema Bal
Sashastra Seema Bal
(SSB) Special Protection Group
Special Protection Group
(SPG)

Intelligence

Bureau of Police Research and Development
Bureau of Police Research and Development
(BPR&D) Central Bureau of Investigation
Central Bureau of Investigation
(CBI) Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) Enforcement Directorate Intelligence Bureau (IB) Joint Intelligence Committee (JIC) Narcotics Control Bureau
Narcotics Control Bureau
(NCB) National Investigation Agency
National Investigation Agency
(NIA) Research and Analysis Wing
Research and Analysis Wing
(R&AW)

Military

Army Navy Air Force

Politics

Censorship Elections Nationalism Parliament

Lok Sabha Rajya Sabha

Political parties

INC BJP BSP CPI CPM NCP

Reservations Scandals Scheduled groups Secularism

Economy

Companies

BSE SENSEX CNX Nifty Government-owned companies List of companies

Governance

Ministry of Finance

Finance ministers

Ministry of Commerce and Industry

Commerce ministers

Finance Commission Planning Commission Economic Advisory Council Central Statistical Office Securities and Exchange Board of India Enforcement Directorate Foreign trade Remittances Taxation Subsidies Industrial licensing Voluntary guidelines NITI Aayog Make in India FDI in India

Currency

Indian rupee

History Historical exchange rates data of the Indian rupee Coinage

Reserve Bank of India

Governors

India
India
Government Mint

Financial services

Banking

Banks

Insurance Foreign exchange reserves Bombay Stock Exchange National Stock Exchange Multi Commodity Exchange Bullion Black money

History

Economic Development Economic liberalisation Licence Raj Green revolution Government initiatives Numbering system

People

Billionaires Businesspeople Demography Income

Poverty

Labour law Pensions

EPFO NPS PPF

States

Andhra Pradesh Assam Bihar Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu and Kashmir Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Mizoram Nagaland Odisha Punjab Rajasthan Tamil Nadu Telangana Uttarakhand Uttar Pradesh West Bengal

Sectors

Agriculture

Livestock Fishing

Automotive Defence Construction Education Energy

Nuclear Solar Wind

Entertainment Forestry Gambling Healthcare Information technology Media

Cinema Television Printing

Mining Pharmaceuticals Retail Science and technology

Biotechnology

Telecommunications Textiles Tourism Transport

Aviation

Civil

Ports Rail

Utilities

Electricity Water

Society Culture

Society

Caste system Corruption Demographics Education

Universities in India Medical colleges in India Law colleges in India Engineering colleges in India

Ethnic relations Healthcare

Hospitals in India

Languages Literacy Poverty Prisons Religion Socio-economic issues Standard of living Water supply and sanitation Crime

Culture

Arts and entertainment Architecture Blogging Cinema Comics

Webcomics

Cuisine

wine

Dance Dress Folklore Festivals Literature Media

television

Martial arts Music Public holidays Sport

v t e

Music of Asia

Sovereign states

Afghanistan Armenia Azerbaijan Bahrain Bangladesh Bhutan Brunei Cambodia China Cyprus East Timor (Timor-Leste) Egypt Georgia India Indonesia Iran Iraq Israel Japan Jordan Kazakhstan North Korea South Korea Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Laos Lebanon Malaysia Maldives Mongolia Myanmar Nepal Oman Pakistan Philippines Qatar Russia Saudi Arabia Singapore Sri Lanka Syria Tajikistan Thailand Turkey Turkmenistan United Arab Emirates Uzbekistan Vietnam Yemen

States with limited recognition

Abkhazia Artsakh Northern Cyprus Palestine South Ossetia Taiwan

Dependencies and other territories

British Indian Ocean Territory Christmas Island Cocos (Keeling) Islan

.
l> Haryanvi Raagni


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Folk music
Folk music
of Haryana, based on satisfying their cultural needs of primarily agrarian martial races,[1] such as jat zamindars (owner-cultivator farmer-warriors), has two main forms Classical Folk Music of Haryana
Haryana
and Desi Folk Music of Haryana
Haryana
(Country Music of Haryana),[2] and they take the form of ballads and pangs of parting of lovers, valor and bravery, harvest and happiness.[1]

Contents

1 History 2 Folk music

2.1 Types of Folk music

2.1.1 Classical Folk Music of Haryana 2.1.2 Country Music of Haryana

2.2 Traditional Occasions for Music Making 2.3 Traditional Musicians 2.4 Music Instruments

3 Gallery 4 References

4.1 See also 4.2 External links 4.3 Citations

History[edit] Haryana
Haryana
is rich in musical tradition and even places have even been named after ragas, for example Charkhi Dadri district has many villages named as Nandyam, Sarangpur, Bilawala, Brindabana, Todi, Asaveri, Jaisri, Malakoshna, Hindola, Bhairvi and Gopi Kalyana.[2][3] Folk music[edit] Types of Folk music[edit] Haryanvi folk music can be classified into two types:[3] Classical Folk Music of Haryana[edit] The classical form of Haryanvi music is closely associated with and based on Indian classical music.[2] The Indian state of Haryana
Haryana
has produced a number of kinds of folk music, and has also produced innovations in Indian classical music. Hindustani classical ragas are used to sing Alha-Khand
Alha-Khand
(1663-1202 CE) about bravery of Alha
Alha
and Udal, Jaimal Fatta of Maharana Udai Singh II
Udai Singh II
of Chittor
Chittor
(Maharana Udai Singh was the son of Rana Sanga
Rana Sanga
and the father of famous braveheart Maharana Pratap), Brahmas, Teej
Teej
festive songs, Phaag songs of Phalgun month of Holi
Holi
and Holi
Holi
songs.[2][3] Country Music of Haryana[edit] The country-side or desi (native) form of Haryanvi music is based on Raag Bhairvi, Raag Bhairav, Raag Kafi, Raag Jaijaivanti, Raag Jhinjhoti and Raag Pahadi and used for celebrating community bonhomie to sing seasonal songs, ballads, ceremonial songs (wedding, etc) and related religious legendary tales such as Puran Bhagat.[2][3] Ahirs also use melodic Raag Pilu on a scale using seven semi-tones.[3] Kissa folklores of bravery and love such as Nihalde Sultan, Sati Manorama, Jai Singh ki Mrityu, Saran de, etc. are some of the most popular folklores. Rasa lila
Rasa lila
and "Ragini" are folk theatrical performance Haryana. The Ragini form of theater was popularised by Lakhmi Chand.[1] Kunwar NIhalde or princess Nihalde, was daughter of Hindu king Magh who committed Sati in the pain of separation of her lover and Hindu prince Sultan also called Nar Sultan or Man Sultan, after this she came to be known as Sati Nihalde),[4][5] Singing is a great way of demolishing societal differences as folk singers are highly esteemed and they are sought after and invited for events, ceremonies and special occasions regardless of the caste or status.[1] Songs are based on day to day themes and injecting earthy humor enlivens the feel of the songs. Haryanvi dances have fast energetic movements, and popular dance forms are Khoriya, Chaupaiya, Loor, Been, Ghoomar, Dhamal, Phaag, Sawan and Gugga. Young girls and women usually sing entertaining and fast seasonal, love, relationship and friendship related songs such as Phagan (song for eponymous season/month), Katak (songs for the eponymous season/month), Samman (songs for the eponymous season/month), bande-bandi (male-female duet songs), sathne (songs of sharing heartfelt feelings among female friends).[1] Older women usually sing devotional Mangal Geet (auspicious songs) and ceremonial songs such as Bhajan, Bhat (wedding gift to the mother of bride or groom by her brother), Sagai, Ban ( Hindu wedding
Hindu wedding
ritual where pre-wedding festivities starts), Kuan-Poojan (a custom that is performed to welcome the birth of male child by worshiping the well or source of drinking water), Sanjhi
Sanjhi
and Holi
Holi
festival. These inter-caste songs are fluid in nature, and never personalized for specific caste, and they are sung collectively by women from different strata, castes, dialects so these songs do change fluidly in dialect, style, words, etc. This adoptive style can be seen from adoption of tunes of bollywood movie songs into Haryanvi songs. Despite this fluid nture, haryanvi songs have a distinct style of their worn.[1] Traditional Occasions for Music Making[edit] Haryana
Haryana
has rich tradition of dances for various occasions (wedding, festivals, etc.) and seasons (harvest, sowing of seeds, monsoon, etc.). These dances come under one or the other category. Broadly, the following dances are common in one area or the other and performed on specific occasions.[2][3] Traditional Musicians[edit] The folk music of Haryana
Haryana
has been spread by the Bhats, Saangis and Jogis.[3] Music Instruments[edit] Music is made using many traditional instruments Sarangi, Harmonium, Chimta, Dhadd, Dholak, Manjeera, Khartal, Damaru, Duggi, Daf, Bansuri, Been, Ghungroo, Dhak, Gharha
Gharha
(by adding rubber cover on top of the pitcher), Thali (beaten with a stick to make music) and Shankha.[2][3] Other instruments are:[2][3]

Bansuri: wind instrument with an ancient history Been - two bamboo pipes fixed in a gourd, associated with snake charmers Iktara
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-stringed relative is the dotara. Sarangi
Sarangi
- a bow instrument, used both in Haryana's folk and classical music Shankh
Shankh
- a sacred wind instrument, associated with Vishnu Shehnai
Shehnai
- wind instrument

Gallery[edit]

Sarod, Sitar
Sitar
and Iktara

Sarangi

Shehnai

Harmonium

Chimta

Dhadd

Pakhawaj

Dholak

Manjeera

A pair of Khartal
Khartal
blocks

Damaru

Duggi (drum)

A woman playing a Daf

Hariprasad Chaurasia
Hariprasad Chaurasia
playing the Bansuri

Been

A Snake Charmer playing Been

A pair of Ghungroos

Danseuse with 400 Ghungroos

Nagara are kettledrums which accompany shehnai

Dhak

Gharha
Gharha
is made by adding rubber cover on top of the pitcher

Thali is used to serve food and beaten with a stick to make music

Carved Vamavarta Shankhas, circa 11-12th century, Pala period

References[edit] See also[edit]

Indian musical instruments Haryanvi Folk Dances Haryanvi cinema Saang

External links[edit]

Bum Lahri Haryanvi Folk Music Haryanavi music making by Jangam Jogis Haryanvi Holi
Holi
Songs

Citations[edit]

^ a b c d e f Manorma Sharma, 2007, Musical Heritage of India, Page 65. ^ a b c d e f g h S. C. Bhatt and Gopal K. Bhargava, 2006, Land and People of Indian States and Union Territories: 21 Arts and Crafts of Haryana. ^ a b c d e f g h i S. Gajrani, 2004, History, Religion and Culture of India, Volume 1, Page 96. ^ There is also a Tajmahal in Noda, symbol of love of Hindu queen Nihalde and hindu King Nar Sultan, Patrika, 24 May 2017. ^ Kissa Nihalde Sultan: haryanvi ragni

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