Rajasthan is culturally rich and has an extensive tradition in art and culture. At Thar desert, the long que of camels following unlimited footprints through golden sunset with singing & dancing rural folk performer manifests unique & entertaining experience.
The lyrics of Rajasthani music is mainly centred around water and wells, both of which signifies Rajasthan’s desert culture. Epic ballads consists tales of folk heroes like Goga ji, Ramdev ji, Teja ji and Pabu ji.
Some religious songs of Rajasthan are folk idioms of many saints such as Surdas, Kabirdas, Meerabai and others.
The dancers and their costumes have made Thar (a desert of Rajasthan) the most colourful desert in the world complimenting various fairs and festivals.
One can enjoy the haunting and hypnotizing melodies of Rajasthani music which continues to enthrill the entire world with its magical grandeur.
An integral part of Rajasthani culture that makes the colourful dance even more graceful is its spectacular attire and dazzling ornaments.
Folk music and dances of Rajasthan arrange the desert in all moods and true to its desert environment which speaks of love, separation, chivalry and revelry. The vibrancy of Rajasthan is never completely discovered until you engulf yourself in the music and the dance of it.
Each and every festival or occasion has its own set of song and these songs infuse enthusiasm and brightness into otherwise harsh & ruthless life in hut and deep deserts of Rajasthan.
This album comprises of various instrumentals pentaining to the deserts of Rajasthan India It consists recordings such as Algoza, Chang, Flute, Kamaycha, Rawanhatta, Satara, Sarangi, Mashak etc.
|2)||A folk tune of Marwar||02:52|
|4)||Melody of the Thar Desert||03:36|
|5)||Music of the Northern Rajasthan||03:08|
|8)||A great Saint Pabuji||04:10|
|9)||A shepherd’s tune||02:12|