Rajasthani folk songs are traditional songs of the region of Rajasthan, India. These songs describe the daily life of the villagers and incorporate aspects of nature, religion, festivals, and important events in life such as childbirth. These songs are performed solo and in groups. The tunes are relatively simple such that others can follow along. The vocalist is accompanied by instruments such as harmonium, dholak, manjeera, and ravanhatha. Dancers also accompany the musicians.
Rajasthan is the largest state of India in terms of landmass and it also happens to be the most colorful state in terms of vibrant folk culture. Rajasthan is the abode of many tribes, who have made great contributions towards enriching the cultural life of Rajasthan. As a result, a wide variety of music, dances, devotional songs, puppet shows and dramas have evolved in different parts of the state. Music has become an integral part of village culture for unwinding after long days. Scenes of locals gathering in the village ground to sing and dance are common in country sides of Rajasthani.
The people of Rajasthan live a difficult life of hard work in the inhospitable desert climate. But hardships of life couldn’t prevent the people of Rajasthan from becoming carefree and fun loving people. Hence, every day is a veneration of life in Rajasthan. The themes and lyrics of Rajasthani folk songs are often the narration of the simple village lifestyle and its difficulties.
Rajasthan has its large communities of musicians that include Langas, Sapera, Bhopa, Jogi, Manganiar, Qawwals, Tangas, Patars, Kanchari, Nats and so on and so forth. Among the musical communities, Langas exclusively belong to the Muslim audience.
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The Manganiars consider themselves descendants of the Rajputs and are renowned as highly skilled folk musicians of the Thar desert. Their songs are passed on from generation to generation as a form of oral history of the desert. They sing songs about Alexander the Great, about the local Maharajas and past battles in the region. Manganiars have survived for centuries on the patronage of wealthy merchants in caravan towns, particularly Jaisalmer where there is an important settled community today. The traditional jajman (patrons) of the Manganiar are the locally dominant Rajput community, while the Langha have a similar relationship with the Sindhi-Sipahi, a community of Muslim Rajputs. At times of birth, marriage or any family festivity for their Rajput patrons, the Manganiyar musicians are in attendance to evoke the right mood with songs of the desert and many specially composed songs to praise the patron and his family.
Basic Manganiar Music Instruments : Kamaicha, Khartaal, Dholak, Sarangi, Ravanhatha, Bhapang, Morchang, Etc.
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Popular Langa Songs : Nimbuda Nimbuda, Aave Hichki, Aage Aage Kotal Ghudlo, Munkhey Takht Chadayo Heer, Saawan, Kesariya Balam, Ghoomer, Oh Ladli Looma Jhuma, Padharo Marre Desh, Gorband Nakhralo, Loomba Re Loomba, Helo Suno Ji Rama Pir, Holiya Mein Ude Re Gulal, Arrara Kalyo, Instrumental, Jodira Chora, Aage Aage Kotal Ghodlo, Nimbuda, Deego Tharo Dagariyo, Aaja Mhara Balma, Punlo, Diwana Banna, Mumal Chale to le Chalu, Banna Ri Laal Pilli Ankhiya, Manwar ro pyalo sa, Banjaria, Holiya, Ital Pital Ro Bhar Lai Bevdo, Taniya Resham Ki, Dharti Dhora Ri, Jija Tu Kala, Meim Gori Ghani, Mor Bole Re, Chirmi, Kesariya Balam ( Welcome Song), Pallo latke gori ko, Mharo Gorband Nakhralo, Nimbooda Nimbooda, Chhaap Tilak Sab Chhini, Duma Dum Mast Kalander, Chirmi ra dala Char, Banna Re Baga Me Jhula, Gordi Kar Solah Singar, Baisara Beera Jaipur Jaay Jo Ji, Udiyo Re Udiyo Dodo Jay Re, Madula la di jo sa, Chaudhary Song, Talariya Magariya, Mehndi Rachan Lagi, Aave Hichki Song ETC.
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