|Genres||Folk, Indie folk|
The term "Joler Gaan" consists of two Bengali words which reflect ideals of the band. "Jol" means water and "Gaan" means music or song in Bengali. Together they mean "Music of Water".
The lyrics are based on human stories. Few lyrics are collected from various sources. Some songs are especially written. Joler Gaan makes new instruments and sometimes customizes foreign ones. The instruments of Joler Gaan are usually portable, and do not require electric wires and jacks.
- Otol Joler Gaan (12 April 2013)
- Patalpurer Gaan (1 June 2014)
- Rahul Anand – lyricist, composer, vocalist, flutes, clarinet and mandola
- Kanak Aditya – lyricist, composer, vocalist, dotara, shuktara, noyon tara and pianica
- Sheuly Bhattarcharjee – violin
- Saiful Jarnal – vocalist, percussion
- Rana sarwar – cajon, percussion, guitar, piano
- ABS Xem – vocalist, guitar
- Shyamal Karmakar – dhol, percussion
- Dip Roy – double bass, totaban
- Al Fahmi Kazi Bashar Kartik
- Parijat Moumon
- Sanjay Kumar Saha
- Md. Shariful Islam
- Fazlul Kader Chowdhury Mithu
In 2006, the band participated in the World Sufi Festival, Glasgow, Scotland. Joler Gaan also performed around Scotland. They played mystical spiritual songs of Old Masters. Joler Gaan performed in the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh.