Music of Haryana

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A Lady Playing the Tanpura, ca. 1735.jpg
A Lady Playing the Tanpura, ca. 1735 (Rajasthan)
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The Indian state of Haryana has produced a number of kinds of folk music, and has also produced innovations in Indian classical music.

Traditional Musicians[edit]

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

Traditional Occasions for Music Making[edit]

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.

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 (by adding rubber cover on top of the pitcher), Thali (beaten with a stick to make music) and Shankha.

Other instruments are

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