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Forms of Hindustani Music
Forms of Hindustani music consist of light classical, lyrical and even certain kinds of folk songs. Dhrupad and Khayal are among the two prominent Hindustani classical music forms.
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 Mappila Pattu
Mappila Pattu is a cherished folk music tradition originating from the Malabar region of Kerala, India. With its soulful melodies and rich lyrical content, Mappila Pattu reflects the cultural heritage, religious teachings, historical struggles, and social experiences of the Mappila community.
 Chenda - Muscial Instrument
Chenda is a drum used in the state of Kerala as a percussion instrument. It is used to accompany a number of religious and art performances of the state.
 Vistar Music
Vistar is the most important and chief component of Indian classical music. Raaga in Hindustani music is represented through Vistar.
 Influence of Mangal Kavya on Folk Music
Influence of Mangal Kavya on folk music in East India has led to propagation of music in agricultural areas.
 Rubab - String Instrument
Rubab is a type of string instrument that actually originated in North West Pakistan and Afghanistan.
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